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LoCicero Laughed Her Way To An Emmy Nod!

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Actors traditionally earn themselves a Daytime Emmy nomination by submitting examples of their best dramatic work full of tears and high emotions, but Lisa LoCicero (Olivia, GENERAL HOSPITAL) reveals that she garnered her Supporting Actress nod for the episode where a very drunk Olivia was watching TV!

“I am particularly thrilled that it was this year’s material that got noticed because it was so much fun to play that day,” she says. “On my way into work [the day that we taped it], I could not have been more nervous. They sort of let me play with it. I’m really grateful that that day, [director] Larry [Carpenter] let me have some fun. It was very character-driven and relatable material, which writers love to write and actors love to play.”

LoCicero was also happy with the way she was notified of the honor. “I got a phone call from [GH executive producer] Frank Valentini,” she reveals. “He called to give me the nicest congratulations and say how exited he was and that it was well-deserved. It was really, really the most delightful way I could have found out.”

The evening of the ceremony, though, LoCicero will be eight months along with her pregnancy, so gown shopping will be a little bit different this year. “It’s certainly going to be whatever I can fit into!” she laughs. “When the pre-noms came out, all of us actresses were texting. I sent them all a picture of myself about six months pregnant in the dress I wore two years ago with the whole side cut out of it. I was like, ‘What do you think?’ It was really quite funny to everybody.

“But I think I’ll probably go to my vintage dealer,” she adds. “I’ve got a great vintage dealer where I got a Halston dress and an Oscar de la Renta. I’ll just size it up a few sizes and see if I can tailor it or something!”

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