Daytime Emmy Winners to Appear on The Talk This Afternoon!

The ladies of The Talk are showing some love to the daytime soap genre, by hosting a special, live post-Daytime Emmys show today. The hour will feature some of the winners of the 39th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.

Look for the chatfest to feature Outstanding Lead Actress winner Heather Tom (Katie, The Bold and the Beautiful), Oustanding Supporting Actor winner Jonathan Jackson (ex-Lucky, General Hospital) and Outstanding Younger Actress winner Christel Khalil (Lily, The Young and the Restless).
Showbiz Tonight host A.J. Hammer will also stop by to dish Daytime Emmy coverage and give behind-the-scenes scoop. GH nominees Bradford Anderson (Spinelli), Rebecca Herbst (Liz), Jason Thompson (Patrick) and Sean Blakemore (Shawn) will also appear.

The Talk airs at 2 PM EST on CBS.
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    TV Gord

    What are you talking about??? The whole first segment of The View was about the Emmys.

    The Talk is on the west coast, so of course, they’re going to have the upper hand in getting honorees from the Emmys. It’s too bad Julie Chen wasn’t there (not that she’s much better), because Sharon Osbourne always seems too aloof and unaware of most of what she’s talking about. People who host a talk show should at least learn the names of their guests.

    That moron weatherman, John Elliott, who was sitting in with the hosts at the start of the show was fed that stupid question about Kelly Ripa’s off-handed joke that her co-host for the day, Carrie Ann Inaba, should get Regis’ Emmy. Way to put Regis in an uncomfortable spot over a silly joke on Kelly’s show (that he obviously didn’t see).

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    TV Gord

    Oh, and the HYPOCRISY of daytime! I’m just re-watching The Talk now, and Sean Blakemore seems to be getting the longest time to speak in the GH segment. I came back to GH when the OLTL characters started arriving several months ago. Sean has been on ONE GH episode since then. ONE. Yet, they trot him out as one of the four representatives on The Talk. If this were South Park, he’d be playing the role of “Token”. Shameful.

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