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June 1, 2018 at 3:42 pm #1202557401
Due to eligibility rules not being followed Ms. Darbo’s Emmy win was taken away from her; then they informed Jennifer Bassey that she was the winner but the same rules were not followed in her submission as well. So there is no winner for Guest Performer for a Digital Series. here’s hoping they are more careful in the future and have consistent rules. (personally, I think Guest Performer for Daytime ought to be opened up to limited returns with a maximum number of episodes as teh criteria for a nomination). I feel bad for both Ms. Darbo and Ms. Bassey ):June 1, 2018 at 4:29 pm #1202557422This post was found to be inappropriate by the moderators and has been removed.June 2, 2018 at 3:23 am #1202557585
^they actually did inform and reward the runner-up (Jennifer Bassey) and then revoked her win for the same reason as well! ):June 2, 2018 at 3:50 am #1202557588This post was found to be inappropriate by the moderators and has been removed.June 4, 2018 at 8:40 pm #1202558957
This situation is a real shame. It almost feels like it was a “turtles all the way down” situation. I wonder if any of the nominated performers’ reels followed the rules as they meant them. What a mess! I think it also would have helped them had these rules, even as apparently confusing as they were, been made more transparently available to the public. Goldderby members have spotted and pointed out ineligible nominees at the primetime Emmys in the past. Given the same opportunity, it’s likely someone could have spotted this issue before the awards were even handed out. But rules for some of these categories were pretty impossible to find online.
It does sound like the measures put in place to prevent this from happening next year will help.June 4, 2018 at 8:47 pm #1202558958This post was found to be inappropriate by the moderators and has been removed.June 4, 2018 at 9:30 pm #1202558972
I’m just amazed that they are not simply awarding the runner-up now and it took them THIS FREAKING LONG to realize she was ineligible. Imagine if tomorrow it turned out Get Out had somehow been ineligible for Original Screenplay at the Oscars how incompetent it would make the Academy look!
There have been plenty of times when an Oscar nomination was revoked, and even an occasion when an Oscar win was revoked.
June 14, 2018 at 2:37 pm #1202565659
- 1929- The Academy revokes all four nominations from The Circus (Best Picture, Best Director of a Comedy Film (Charlie Chaplin), Best Actor (Charlie Chaplin), and Best Otiginal Screenplay) due to fears that one film would win too many awards.
- 1932- The Academy revokes a Best Live Action Short Comedy Film nomination from Stout Hearts and Willing Hands for unknown reasons.
- 1954- The Academy revokes a Best Original Screenplay nomination from Hondo after it is discovered that the film was based on a short story previously written by the film’s screenwriter, Louis L’Amour.
- 1957- The Academy revokes a Best Original Screenplay nomination from High Society because not only was it a musical remake of The Philadelphia Story, but also because voters had confused it with another film of the same name that had been released in 1955, and was thus ineligible for a nomination in either screenplay category for the 1956-57 awards season.
- 1969- The Academy revokes a Best Documentary nomination and win from Young Americans after it is discovered that the film had played in a theater in 1967, and was thus ineligible for the 1968-69 awards season.
- 1973- The Academy revokes a Best Original Score nomination from The Godfather after it is discovered that the score partially sampled from Fortunella (1958).
- 1993- The Academy revokes a Best Foreign Language Film nomination from A Place in the World when it is discovered that the film, submitted as an Uruguayan film, was actually produced in Argentina.
- 2011- The Academy revokes a Best Live Action Short nomination from Tuba Atlanticafter it is discovered that the short aired on Norwegian television prior to its theatrical release, and was thus ineligible for the 2010-11 awards season.
- 2014- The Academy revokes a Best Original Song nomination for the title song of Alone Yet Not Alone after it is discovered that the song’s composer, Bruce Broughton, had abused his power as a member of the executive committee of the Academy’s musical branch by personally emailing the other members to promote his song prior to voting.
- 2017- The Academy revokes a Best Sound Mixing nomination from 13 Hours after it is discovered that the film’s re-recording mixer, Greg P. Russell, had abused his power as a member of the executive committee of the Academy’s sound branch by personally emailing the other members to promote his sound mixing work on the film prior to voting.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/news/patrika-darbo-calls-out-natas-for-e2-80-98ageism-gender-inequality-e2-80-99-after-daytime-emmy-revoked/ar-AAywfRB Some crazy stuff I watched some of the 1st seasons of The Bay and she was def on the show ,I just assumed she left and returned as guest.
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