It's amazing how this used to be an anticipated event in soap circles, but now has about as much fanfare as a 4H banquet. It doesn't help that the best option they got for broadcasting it was Facebook Live--I mean, seriously! People are broadcasting their suicides on Facebook Live, so obviously you can put just about anything on there. Rant off; the winners are.... Gina Tognoni of Y&R and Scott Clifton of B&B took home the Lead Actress and Lead Actor Emmys. Clifton is the first actor to earn all three of the male acting statues, having previously won Emmys for Younger Actor and Supporting Actor. Both are multi-soap veterans. Kate Mansi of DOOL and Steve Burton of Y&R took home the Supporting Actress and Supporting Actor trophies. Neither actor is still in their role. Lexi Ainsworth and Bryan Craig of GH won Younger Actress and Younger Actor Emmys. Craig has also left his role, which was the brother of Ainsworth's character. The Writing Emmy went to Y&R, while the Directing and Drama Series trophies went to GH. Much like last year, there was a fairly even distribution of awards among the four remaining soaps, and like last year there were a few names in the mix that were new to the Emmys, but long in the soap biz.