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“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Steve Harvey” grabbed the top talkshow wins while “The Young and the Restless” was named best drama series Sunday at the 41st annual Daytime Emmy Awards, which proved to be a raucous affair as the kudocast grappled with the transition to a streaming-only format.
A high volume of no-shows among top winners and bumpy moments underscored the unusual nature of this year’s ceremony, which was unable to land a TV deal. At times, presenters struggled with their stage instructions and the camera work was jumpy. Without the timetable and content constraints of airing live on advertiser-supported TV, winners and presenters let the salty language fly, and some winners took their sweet time with acceptance remarks on the Beverly Hilton stage.
Host Kathy Griffin (pictured) and others made light of the situation. Griffin ended the nearly two-hour ceremony by walking on stage yelling “say goodnight! »
- Shelli Weinstein and Cynthia Littleton
Hgtv was planning on airing a new house-flipping show, Flip It Forward. However, following a revelation by Right Wing Watch that the proposed show’s hosts had a history of religious bigotry, stalking an abortion doctor and anti-gay activities like protesting pride celebrations. Hgtv has cancelled the show.
Let’s start with the good news. Despite rumors that Fox might give in to the powerful influence of producer Seth MacFarlane, Fox has decided to cancel the offensive, unfunny Dads. Unfortunately, there’s also bad news — the promising and endearing Enlisted (also the Chris Meloni sitcom Surviving Jack, which inspired strong feelings in few people). In worse news for comedy, the network also passed on two promising-sounding pilots, Dead Boss and Fatrick. Fatrick reunited Ray Ford with Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 creator Nahnatchka Kajhan. Dead Boss was a remake of a British comedy with Jane Krakowski and Amy Sedaris. »
- Lyle Masaki
Lucy Hale looked better than ever on ‘Good Morning America’ on Jan. 9, when she performed her new country hit ‘You Sound Good To Me.’ Wearing a short black floral dress, she definitely represented her new country sound!
It’s a busy week for Lucy Hale! After debuting her music video for “You Sound Good To Me” during Pretty Little Liars Jan. 7, she headed over to Good Morning America to perform it. Not only did she sound great, but her dress was the perfect look for the new country singer. What do you think of the floral frock?!
Lucy Hale’s ‘Gma’ Dress
Lucy stepped out onto the stage to rock out, and her dress was absolutely perfect. The long sleeved-black dress was flowy and flattering covered with flowers, and it hit right above her knee. The bottom showed off her country look, as it was layered with tassels! She paired »
- Emily Longeretta
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