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Updated on June 14:
"Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen" host Byron Allen will host this year's 39th Annual Daytime Creative Arts and Entertainment Emmy Awards.
Soap opera star presenters will include "All My Children's" Vincent Irizarry (ex-David), "The Bold And The Beautiful's" Kristolyn Lloyd (Dayzee) and John McCook (Eric), "Days Of Our Lives'" Lauren Koslow (Kate) and James Scott (EJ), "General Hospital's" Julie Marie Berman (Lulu), Dominic Zamprogna (Dante) and Kristen Alderson (Starr), "One Life To Live's" Eddie Alderson (ex-Matthew), and "The Young And The Restless'" Michelle Stafford (Phyllis), Christian LeBlanc (Michael) and Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea).
Same Day Update:
Soap Opera Digest is reporting that due to overwhelming complaints, including some from the nominees, the awards for Outstanding Younger Actor/Actress In A Drama Series will be presented along with the rest of the Daytime actor awards during the June 23 ceremony - not as previously planned on June 17.
Updated on May 23:
The awards for Outstanding Younger Actor/Actress In A Drama Series will now be announced during this year's 39th Annual Daytime Creative Arts and Entertainment Emmy Awards ceremony on June 17. In years past, it was always announced during the main Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards, which take place this year on June 23.
Previously Reported on March 28:
This year's 39th Annual Daytime Creative Arts and Entertainment Emmy Awards have just been scheduled and will take place on Sunday June 17 at the Westin Bonaventure at 404 South Figueroa Street in Los Angeles, California. The ceremony is to honor those who work behind the scenes in Daytime, which help bring our soap operas to life in our homes each week day.
Please stay tuned, as Soaps.com will update our readers on who will be in attendance to present the awards. We will also keep fans posted on any new developments surrounding the 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
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