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  • EmmyLoser
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    Below are the nominees for the 2016 Goldie Awards!  Voting deadline: Thursday, February 25, 2016 at noon EST.

    Best Drama Series

    The Bold and the Beautiful

    Days of our Lives

    General Hospital

    The Young and the Restless

     

    Best Lead Actor

    Billy
    Flynn (Chad, Days of our Lives)

    Anthony
    Geary (Luke, General Hospital)

    Justin
    Hartley (Adam, The Young and the Restless)

    Freddie
    Smith (Sonny, Days of our Lives)

     

    Best Lead
    Actress

    Kristian
    Alfonso (Hope, Days of our Lives)

    Kassie DePaiva (Eve, Days of
    our Lives
    )

    Finola Hughes (Anna, General
    Hospital
    )

    Laura Wright (Carly, General
    Hospital
    )

     

    Best Supporting
    Actor

    Bryan
    Datillo (Lucas, Days of our Lives)

    Chad Duell (Michael, General
    Hospital
    )

    Christopher Sean (Paul, Days
    of our Lives
    )

    Robert Scott Wilson (Ben, Days
    of our Lives
    )

     

    Best Supporting
    Actress

    Jessica
    Collins (Avery, The Young and the
    Restless
    )

    Jane Elliot (Tracy, General
    Hospital
    )

    Judi Evans (Adrienne, Days
    of our Lives
    )

    Linsey Godfrey (Caroline, The
    Bold and the Beautiful
    )

    Rebecca Herbst (Liz, General
    Hospital
    )

    Kelly Sullivan (Sage, The
    Young and the Restless
    )

     

    Best Younger
    Actor

    Nicholas
    Bechtel (Spencer, General Hospital)

    Bryan Craig (Morgan, General
    Hospital
    )

    Pierson Fode (Thomas, The
    Bold and the Beautiful
    )

    Casey Moss (J.J., Days of
    our Lives
    )

     

    Best Younger
    Actress

    Reign
    Edwards (Nicole, The Bold and the
    Beautiful
    )

    Camryn Grimes (Mariah, The
    Young and the Restless
    )

    True O’Brien (Paige, Days of
    our Lives
    )

    Brooklyn Rae Silzer (Emma, General
    Hospital
    )

     

    Best Limited/Guest
    Performer

    Obba
    Babatunde (Julius, The Bold and the
    Beautiful
    )

    Eileen Davidson (Kristen, Days
    of our Lives
    )

    Alison Sweeney (Sami, Days
    of our Lives
    )

    Dee Wallace (Pat, General
    Hospital
    )

     

    Best Writing

    The Bold and the Beautiful

    Days of our Lives

    General Hospital

    The Young and the Restless

     

    Best Directing

    The Bold and the Beautiful

    Days of our Lives

    General Hospital

    The Young and the Restless

     

    Best Casting

    The Bold and the Beautiful

    Days of our Lives

    General Hospital

    The Young and the Restless

     

    Best Ensemble

    The Bold and the Beautiful

    Days of our Lives

    General Hospital

    The Young and the Restless

     

    Lifetime Achievement Award

    Susan
    Flannery

    Elizabeth
    Hubbard

    Claire
    Labine

    Debbi
    Morgan

     

    Legacy
    Award

    David
    Canary

    James
    Mitchell

    Ruth
    Warrick

    Michael
    Zaslow

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    EmmyLoser
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    Voting is now open for the final round of the Goldies!  Congratulations to all of the nominees.  FreemanGriffin, now FreemanGriffin22, will be posting more information about the specifics of the voting, which you can do by sending him a message, just as with voting for the nominations round.

    Total Acting Nominations per Show
    Days of our Lives = 12
    General Hospital = 10
    The Young and the Restless = 4
    The Bold and the Beautiful = 4 

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    robbalto
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    I am especially thrilled to see Billy Flynn, Justin Hartley, Judi Evans, and Kassie DePaiva, who all really helped to set the bar very high last year.

    18 of my 27 choices were nominated, which I think is pretty good.

    For Lead Actor, I would never vote for Tony Geary for the following reasons: he chewed scenery for most of the year; his one great performance was penned by a writer whom he publicly criticized; and he has won so many awards over the years, enough already.

    In Lead Actress, I was disappointed that Karla Mosley was overlooked for her beautiful performance in a groundbreaking story. Years from now, we will remember her performance, probably more so than some that we nominated.

    But overall, a great set of nominees.

     

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    Simply send me (FreemanGriffin22) your completed ballott per category.

    Karla Mosley, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, Jacob Young and – suprisingly – Maura West were all denied a nomination due to vote splitting (votes in both Lead and Supporting catgegories).

    Thanks, EmmyLoser, for creating this for me – they don’t allow new topics to be posted by a “new” user for a full week 🙂 I am still unable to get a new password on here by sending an e-mail to my gmail account and I don’t understand why that is?

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    You’re welcome!  And thanks again for doing all of this.

    A question about voting: for the final round, are we just picking one choice (like last year) or are we picking a winner and a runner up (as has been the case in some previous years)?  Also, do we know what the deadline will be?

    I agree that it’s a very good set of nominees.  All four of the lead/supporting categories include three nominees that I either voted for or came close to voting for and one nominee that I wouldn’t have even considered in a top three or four, which is kind of interesting.  I was only slightly surprised by Karla Mosley’s omission, but more surprised that she split votes between categories.  I can understand that more with both Jacob Young (since he submitted himself in supporting for the Emmys despite seeming like a lead to many of us) and JMW, but I would have expected KM and Maura West to have gotten all of their votes in lead.  I know I’ve said this before, but I really preferred when we would vote to determine which category to use for actors who are received as borderline.  

    The omission that most surprised me was Michelle Stafford, but I find that lineup the most surprising in general.  Supporting actress is always a tough category because there are so many of them, and so many of them are so good.

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    ^^  Thanks for asking about the deadline EmmyLoser.  I didn’t want to be the first to ask given that I already declared myself a slacker on this issue haha.

    This is a great set of nominees overall.  I was surprised by some, but not majorly disappointed in any way.  I think this is the first time where I had a category in which no one from my ballot made it to final ballot.  That happened in Supporting Actor. 
     

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    The deadline: Thursday, February 25, 2016 at 12 noon EST.

    Alokin and GHFan: I did count your votes but due to my computer issues was unable to send a confirmation message.

    I don’t have the complete list with me right now, but I don’t think Michelle Stafford got any votes? She def. did not factor. There were several who were 1 point out of reach of a nomination, and two actresses were 1 point shy on BOTH Lead and Supporting categories! (KM and JMW).

    EmmyLoser: if you could edit the first post on here to say “Deadline: Thursday,
    February 25, 2016 at 12 noon EST.

    Since someone has already voted, I would say we can’t do the “runner-up” idea this year. But it’s a good idea in order to break ties…

    If anyone can help me figure out why they won’t send my “FreemanGriffin” account a new password through my gmail account let me know. It’s hell!

    My only FYC:

     

    FYC: Elizabeth Hubbard for Lifetime Achievement. A daytime career spanning 48 years (1962-2010), two iconic roles (Althea on The Doctors and Lucinda on As The World Turns). First actress to win the Daytime Emmy in the Best Actress category (Mary Fickett won for “Individual Achievement” the year before.) Brilliant actress!

     

    I ask that there be no more than 3 FYC’s per voter, please.

     

     

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    I love hearing all the behind the scenes stuff with the votes.  Crazy that KM and JMW were so close to making it in both categories!

    Haha, yes, gdfl, I also needed to know how long I can drag my feet!  Though I think this round of voting will be easier than the previous one, especially without needing to pick a runner up.

    I’ve updated the first post and the thread title to include the deadline.  Happy voting everyone! 

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    Votes have been coming in! Keep them coming! (:

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    I checked and it looks like one voter placed Michelle Stafford in 2nd place….

    Perhaps we should (next year) do a thread where we decide together who all the leads are from each show who will be eligible, with everyone else who isn’t “Limited/Guest” or “Younger” then eligible in Supporting? KM, JMW and JY would have likely been nominated this year but I wasn’t around on here when you used to use that system, so there was vote splitting.

    Ashlyn Pearce was one point out of the running! Elizabeth Hendrickson also was one point out the running! There were a few others besides JMW, KM and JY but I don’t have my chart in front of me at the moment! (;

    Keep the votes coming in!!!! (:

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    It’s been fasinating watching the votes come in! (: Keep them coming! (:

    Was anyone else as surprised as I was by the strong support for Ruth Warrck? I hadn’t thought about Phoebe Tyler Wallingford for years! It brings back so many happy memories of when All My Children was such a great show! (:

    Voting ends on Thursday at noon EST! (:

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    I have to say I was a little sad that Patricia Elliot (ex-Renee, OLTL) didn’t make the cut for the Legacy Award, especially since she passed away recently.  Strong showing for AMC, interesting…

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    Other than the snub for Patricia Elliot (RIP), the other one that I was highly upset about was Kristoff St. John.  He did an amazing job throughout the year in a very difficult storyline that was very out of character and required KSJ’s great work to maintain Neil relateable and with dignity.  An exceptional actor who is often ignored.  And definitely miles above Robert Scott Wilson (Ben, DOOL), whose appeal and nomination I don’t really understand.  He’s OK, but not exceptional.

    Also surprised to see Rebecca Herbst among the Supporting Actress nominees.  And Jane Elliot is excellent always, though this year she did not really stand out for me.  Would have loved to see Melody Thomas Scott (Nikki, Y&R) in the list — she was a great supporting player this year.

    Uggggh how to choose between Kassie De Paiva and Finola Hughes!!!  🙁  The thing is I still think KDP was Supporting…  anyway…

    Thanks again for doing this! 

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    ^Patricia Elliott came in 5th place for the Legacy award.

    The Supporting Actress category was such a runaway – the actress who came in first was on a majority of the ballots and had 7 times more points than the actresses (a tie) for 2nd place, then a 3-way tie for 3rd place, which is why there are six nominees. With 22 actresses getting on at least one ballot it didn’t take a huge number of points to get a nomination!

    The votes are coming in! Keep them coming! (: Some races aren’t close and other ones are! (:

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    After you said Michelle Stafford didn’t get much support if any, I figured my second place vote was probably the only one she got.

    I was considering Kristoff St. John as a lead, but he wasn’t on my final ballot anyway.  (I didn’t bother to watch much Y&R last year, and didn’t care for Neil’s storyline at all, so unfortunately, for me, KSJ really didn’t have a chance because I didn’t see his best work.) 

    Jane Elliott surprised me too.  I love her, but I would have needed five or six slots before including her on my ballot just because of the year and the competition. 

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