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2010 Daytime Emmys Awards Its First Winners

June 28, 2010 (2:25 am) GMT
Julie Pinson and Billy Miller are two actors who receive the early trophies through their supporting roles.

The 2010 Daytime Emmy kicks off in Las Vegas on Sunday, June 27 with the announcement of winners in supporting categories. Winning the Supporting Actress in Daytime Drama is Julie Pinson for her role as Janet Ciccone on "" and taking home the Supporting Actor is Billy Miller aka Billy Abbott on "".

Announced next is Outstanding Talk Show, Informative which goes to "The Doctors". The show beats two other similar talk shows, "Dr Phil" and "The Dr Oz Show". Discovery's "Cash Cab" won the Emmy for the Outstanding Game Show for the third year in a row.

Before more winners are unveiled, there's a touching tribute for , who had stroke in 2003, by . After an introduction from Seacrest, Spinners, Chubby Checker, and the cast of "Jersey Boys" performed in a pre-taped segment. There are also video messages by , , and . Clark made a small thank you speech.

By network, PBS is leading the nominations list with 53 nods, followed by ABC with 51. By show, "" is in the top with 18 nominations, followed by "The Young and the Restless" with 16. Agnes Nixon is to receive Lifetime Achievement Award.

The 2010 Daytime Emmy Awards is airing live on CBS at 8/7c.



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