Soap opera honors.

Updated on February 23:

Soaps sends our congratulations to "The Young And The Restless'" Kristoff St. John (Neil) and Tatyana Ali (Roxanne) for taking home the awards this year!

Updated on February 21:

If you weren't able to see the interview Wednesday on "The Insider" you can watch it below, as the NAACP actress nominees chat about their roles and recent honors.

Updated on February 20:

In case you missed the interview with the actors watch it right here on The guys talk about their soap roles and recent NAACP nominations.

Updated on February 18:

Tune in to "The Insider" on CBS as host Kevin Frazier talks to the Outstanding Actor nominees on Tuesday February 18 at 7:00 PM and the Outstanding Actress nominees on Wednesday February 19 at 7:00 PM to discuss diversity in daytime.

"It’s important to recognize these outstanding actors and actresses from daytime dramas because they make such a huge contribution," Frazier stated. "They aren't movie stars like Halle Berry or Forest Whitaker, but every single day they are in people's homes, shaping perceptions; not just entertaining, but becoming part of people's lives."

Previously Reported on January 9:

The 45th Annual NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) Image Awards will be broadcast live on Saturday February 22 on TV One in Pasadena. The awards honor people of color in film, music and TV and recognize their exceptional achievements and performances. is excited to bring our readers this year's Daytime nominees…

Outstanding Actor In A Daytime Drama Series:
"The Bold and the Beautiful's" Aaron D. Spears (Justin) and Lawrence Saint Victor (Carter).
"General Hospital's" Tequan Richmond (TJ).
"The Young and the Restless'" Kristoff St. John (Neil) and Redaric Williams (Tyler).

Outstanding Actress In A Daytime Drama Series:
"The Bold and the Beautiful's" Karla Mosley (Maya) and Kristolyn Lloyd (Dayzee).
"The Young and the Restless'" Angell Conwell (Leslie), Tatyana Ali (Roxanne) and Christel Khalil (Lily).

We wish all of the nominees the best of luck! Stay tuned, as we'll report the winners when they are announced next month.

Find out which soap operas were nominated for a WGA Award and read's Primetime Dish to learn who will accompany Matthew McConaughey at the Critics Choice Movie Awards on January 16.

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- Amy Mistretta