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2016 Daytime Emmy Awards Predictions: Was I right?

The 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards were held Sunday Night. There will be a lot to discuss in the weeks to come. However, Below were my predictions on who "should" "will" and ultimately "did" win. How did you do?

Drama Series
Will Win: General Hospital
Should Win: The Bold and the Beautiful
Did Win: General Hospital

Lead Actor
Will Win: Anthony Geary, General Hospital
Should Win: Kristoff St John, The Young and the Restless
Did Win: Tyler Christopher, General Hospital

Lead Actress
Will Win: Kassie DePaiva, Days of our Lives
Should Win: Kassie DePaiva, Days of our Lives
Did Win: Mary Beth Evans, Days of our Lives

Supporting Actress
Will Win: Peggy McCay, Days of our Lives
Should Win: Melissa Reeves, Days of our Lives
Did Win: Jessica Collins, The Young and the Restless

Supporting Actor
Will Win: Jacob Young, The Bold and the Beautiful
Should Win: Dominic Zamprogna, General Hospital
Did Win: Sean Blakemore, General Hospital

Younger Actor
Will Win: Bryan Craig, General Hospital
Should Win: Nicolas Bechtel, General Hospital
Did Win: Bryan Craig, General Hospital

Younger Actress
Will Win: Hunter King, The Young and the Restless
Should Win: Brooklyn Rae Silzer, General Hospital
Did Win: True O'Brien, Days of our Lives

Outstanding Guest Performer
Will Win: Obba Babatundé, The Bold and the Beautiful
Should Win: Obba Babatundé, The Bold and the Beautiful
Did Win: Obba Babatund√©, The Bold and the Beautiful

Directing Team
Will Win: Days of our Lives
Should Win: Days of our Lives
Did Win: General Hospital

Writing Team
Will Win: The Bold and the Beautiful
Should Win: The Bold and the Beautiful
Did Win: The Bold and the Beautiful


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