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WATCH: NATAS releases clips from the Outstanding Supporting Actress reels

Posted Tuesday, June 09, 2020 11:42:23 AM

NATAS has released clips from this year's Outstanding Supporting Actress reels, featuring powerhouse performances from General Hospital's Tamara Braun (Kim Nero) and Rebecca Budig (Hayden Barnes); Days of our Lives' Susan Seaforth Hayes (Julie Williams); The Young and the Restless' Christel Khalil (Lily Winters); and The Bold and the Beautiful's Annika Noelle (Hope Logan).

They say that the Outstanding Supporting Actress category is one of the toughest acting categories in the Daytime Emmys race, which basically means that the talent seen in the reels is more than just outstanding -- it's freaking phenomenal. But don't take our word for it. The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences just released snippets from the submission reels of this year's Supporting Actress contenders, so you can see for yourself.

Check out the video below to see Tamara Braun as General Hospital's Kim Nero, who's saying a heartfelt goodbye to her dying son; Rebecca Budig as GH's Hayden Barnes, who's revealing birth details of the daughter she kept hidden from Finn (Michael Easton); Susan Seaforth Hayes as Days of our Lives' Julie Williams, who's saying goodbye to her longtime husband before dying; Christel Khalil as The Young and the Restless' Lily Winters, who's speaking at Neil's (Kristoff St. John) funeral; and Annika Noelle as The Bold and the Beautiful's Hope Logan, who's just learned that her newborn daughter has died.

It should be noted that the clips are just samples of each actress' full reel -- but just because they're short snippets doesn't mean they're not powerful!

As Soap Central previously reported, NATAS has also released clips from the reels that each of the four network soap operas submitted in the Outstanding Drama Series category. To watch them, click here.

The Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony will be returning to television via a broadcast on CBS on Friday, June 26, at 8PM ET/PT. For a list of nominations in the major daytime drama categories, click here. For a complete list of all nominations, click here.

Which talented female performer do you think will take home this year's Daytime Emmy award for Outstanding Supporting Actress? We want to hear from you -- so drop your comments in the Comments section below, tweet about it on Twitter, share it on Facebook, or chat about it on our Message Boards.

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