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Anthony Geary and Genie Francis to Present Together at the Daytime Emmys

Anthony Geary and Genie Francis
The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards will bring fans the long-awaited, much anticipated moment they’ve been asking for – the reunion of two iconic soap stars, Anthony Geary and Genie Francis, who played the on-screen romantic duo Luke and Laura on General Hospital for more than two decades. Mr. Geary and Ms. Francis will make a special appearance as presenters during the live awards broadcast airing on Pop this Sunday, April 26 at 8:00 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

Hosted by Tyra Banks, the Daytime Emmy Awards will include a star-studded line-up of presenters, including (listed alphabetically): Tom Bergeron, Eileen Davidson, Craig Ferguson, Kevin Frazier, Leeza Gibbons, Deidre Hall, Steve Harvey, Vicki Lawrence, Mario Lopez, Shemar Moore, Nancy O’Dell, Marie Osmond, Regis Philbin and Alex Trebek. This year’s Lifetime Achievement Award will honor television icon Betty White.

Cast members from the four daytime soaps—The Young and The Restless, General Hospital, Days of our Lives and The Bold and the Beautiful—as well as daytime television series and talk shows The Talk, Queens of Drama and The FAB Life will be presenting.

The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards show on Pop will be executive produced by Michael Levitt of Michael Levitt Productions with Gary Tellalian and Mike Rothman also serving as executive producers.

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* Tyra Banks to Host 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards
* 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards Presenters Announced
* More Daytime Emmys Presenters Revealed
* Anthony Geary and Genie Francis to Present Together at the Daytime Emmys
* 'Queens of Drama' Premieres Sunday, April 26 After Daytime Emmys on Pop
* Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Presenters Revealed
* Daytime Emmy Awards Preview
* Review: 'Queens of Drama' Is Must-Watch Soapy Goodness

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