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‘Bold’ best soap at Daytime Emmys

'DeGeneres' nabs fifth trophy for talk show

CBS’ “The Bold and the Beautiful” took home its second consecutive win for best sudser Sunday at the 37th annual Daytime Emmy Awards.

“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” picked up its fifth trophy for talk show. Mehmet Oz capped a strong first season of his syndie “Dr. Oz Show” with the win for talk show host. “Dr. Oz’s” professional competish, “The Doctors,” won for informative talk show.

Discovery Channel’s “Cash Cab” quizzer took its second consecutive award for gameshow, and host Ben Bailey prevailed in the gameshow host heat.

Stars of CBS’ “As the World Turns,” which will fade out this all after 54 years on the Eye, earned the trophies for lead drama actor (Michael Park), lead drama actress (Maura West) and supporting actress (Julie Pinson). Supporting actor honors went to Billy Miller for his work on CBS’ “The Young and the Restless.”

Drew Tyler Bell of “Bold and the Beautiful” won for younger actor in a drama series; Julie Berman of ABC’s “General Hospital” won the younger actress kudo.

The nod for drama series writing went to the team from “Bold and the Beautiful”; drama series directing went to “General Hospital.”

Regis Philbin hosted the Daytime Emmycast, which aired live on CBS from the Las Vegas Hilton. The ceremony included lifetime achievement kudos to soap maven Agnes Nixon, the famed creator of “One Life to Live” and “All My Children,” and a special tribute to Dick Clark, hosted by Ryan Seacrest.

Here is a complete list of Daytime Emmy winners presented Sunday:

Drama series: “The Bold & The Beautiful.”

Lead actress in a drama series: Maura West, “As the World Turns.”

Lead actor in a drama series: Michael Park, “As the World Turns.”

Supporting actress in a drama series: Julie Pinson, “As the World Turns.”

Supporting actor in a drama series: Billy Miller, “The Young and the Restless.”

Game show: “Cash Cab.”

Informative Talk Show: “The Doctors.”

Younger Actor in a drama series: Drew Tyler Bell, “The Bold & The Beautiful.”

Younger Actress in a drama series: Julie Berman, “General Hospital.”

Entertainment Talk Show: “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”

Drama series directing team: “General Hospital.”

Drama series writing team: “The Bold & The Beautiful”

Talk show host: Mehmet Oz, “The Dr. Oz Show.”

Game show host: Ben Bailey, “Cash Cab.”

For a complete list of Daytime Emmy Creative Arts winners, go to www.emmyonline.org/daytime

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