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Daytime Emmy Reels: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series


The 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards will be held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA on Sunday, June 22, 2014. In the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series category, previous winner Jane Elliot will compete with Melissa Claire Egan, Amelia Heinle, Elizabeth Hendrickson and Kelly Sullivan. Watch their Emmy submissions below:

Melissa Claire Egan as Chelsea Newman
The Young and the Restless


Pregnant with her ex-husband's baby and convinced he is in love with someone else -- and that he will likely try and take the baby away from her -- Chelsea decides to pass one-night-stand Dylan off as the baby's father. Virtual strangers at first, Chelsea and Dylan fall in love and marry, baby Connor is born, and the little family is blissfully happy until Chelsea is forced to confess the truth. She insists nothing needs to change and pleads with a devastated Dylan not to leave -- but will he listen?



Jane Elliot as Tracy Quartermaine
General Hospital


TRACY QUARTERMAINE, CEO of ELQ, always got what she wanted when it came to the world of business. When it came to love, Tracy's record wasn't exactly stellar. The one man that seemed to get her, LUKE SPENCER had fooled her in the past and yet they continued to be drawn to each other. Luke's ex-wife, LAURA SPENCER's return to Port Charles had given Tracy a moment to pause and reflect on what she wanted when it came to relationships. Being a Quartermaine, she wanted it all and would not settle for anything less.



Amelia Heinle as Victoria Newman
The Young and the Restless


Victoria couldn't attend seven-year-old stepdaughter Delia's school play, but she planned a welcome home celebration, decorating the living room and suggesting husband Billy bring home ice cream. Happily awaiting Billy and Delia's return, Victoria gets life-changing news: While Billy ran into a store for the ice cream, Delia got out of the car to chase her dog and was the victim of a hit-and-run driver. Now newly arrived home from the hospital, and not knowing where grief stricken Billy has gone, Victoria pulls down the party decorations and shares with sister Abby that she blames herself. If she had gone to the play, if she hadn't suggested ice cream, Delia would still be alive. When Billy comes home he is upset Victoria removed the decorations and put Delia's belongings away, but eventually realizes how much he needs to lean on his wife.



Elizabeth Hendrickson as Chloe Fisher
The Young and the Restless


For Chloe, blissfully unaware of just how dramatically her life is about to change, it's a night to remember. Her seven-year-old daughter, Delia, got a standing ovation at the school play. Her estranged husband, Kevin, took her to see a favorite movie for the umpteenth time, and the two are inching closer to reconciliation. And then Chloe learns Delia has been the victim of a hit-and-run accident and did not survive. Inconsolable about not getting to say goodbye, she lashes out, first blaming Delia's father, then Kevin, for the tragedy. Chloe doesn't want this to be real. But it is.



Kelly Sullivan as Connie Falconeri
General Hospital


CONNIE FALCONERI was involved in a car accident on New Year's Eve that put her only child, TREY MITCHELL in a coma. When it was determined that Trey was brain dead, Connie wouldn't turn off the machines. Trey's wife, KRISTINA CORINTHOS-DAVIS, acted quickly to get a court order to allow her husband to die with dignity. Connie realized that as a mother she had to do the right thing for her son and turned off the machines. Life without her recently discovered son had been completely unbearable for Connie. Connie's childhood boyfriend, SONNY CORINTHOS seemed to be the only one that could help Connie through the dark moments.



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