Winners of the 2015 42nd Annual Daytime Emmys. was again in attendance at the 2015 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards and blogged live from the red carpet and ceremony. In case you missed any of the action, here is the list of the final daytime winners.

Outstanding Lead Actor winner:
"General Hospital's" Anthony Geary won for the May 30, 2014 episode when Luke Spencer first came face to face with his alter, which revealed his multiple personality disorder.

Outstanding Lead Actress winner:
"General Hospital's" Maura West was emotional as she accepted her Emmy for the April 24, 2014 scene where Ava Jerome and Sonny Corinthos had sex in the Quartermaine crypt.

Outstanding Supporting Actor winner:
"General Hospital's" Chad Duell took home the award for the November 7, 2014 episode when Michael Quartermaine lashed out at Sonny Corinthos after learning he killed his father AJ Quartermaine.

Outstanding Supporting Actress winner:
"The Young and the Restless'" Amelia Heinle shed many tears as Victoria Newman Abbott during the October 14, 2014 episode when she came to terms with Kelly's affair with Billy, which won her this year's award.

Outstanding Younger Actor winner:
"Days of our Lives'" Freddie Smith won the Emmy based on the February 19, 2014 episode where Sonny Kiriakis lashed out at Gabi Hernandez for getting lured back in by Nick Fallon.

Outstanding Younger Actress winner:
"The Young and the Restless'" Hunter King walked away with an Emmy for her November 7, 2014 scene when Summer Newman broke down over losing Nick Newman as her father, due to the supposed DNA switch.

Tie! Outstanding Drama Series winners:
"Days of our Lives" and "The Young and the Restless"

Outstanding Drama Series Writing Team winner:
"The Bold and the Beautiful"

Outstanding Drama Series Directing Team winner:
"The Bold and the Beautiful" sends all of the winners our biggest congrats, as well as the soap operas, those behind the scenes and the networks that bring the shows into our homes. Visit our 2015 Daytime Emmy Coverage section throughout next week for red carpet and ceremony highlights, photos and interviews.

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Header Photo Credit: Maura West (Jill Johnson/JPI Studios)

- Amy Mistretta