Tracey Bregman got her award back.
Tracey Bregman, a star of "Young and the Restless," has reclaimed her Daytime Emmy. When the celebrity lost her home in the Woolsey Fire in Malibu in 2018, her original Emmy was destroyed.
Bregman received a replacement statue from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences as she appeared on CBS' "The Talk" on Tuesday.
Bregman received her Emmy in 1985 for Outstanding Ingenue/Woman in a Drama Series, a category that was then recognised.
To commemorate her 40th anniversary on the show, she made an appearance on "The Talk" (which is also celebrating its 50th anniversary this year).
Christian Le Blanc, her on-screen spouse, made a special appearance to present her with the award.
“It has been one of the most extraordinary and heartfelt experiences of my career,” Bregman said.
“I tried not to go into the “ugly cry” in the air. Thanks to my ‘Young and Restless’ family, NATAS, ‘The Talk’ and everyone who made this moment happen. My heart is so full.”
Added Adam Sharp, President and CEO of NATAS, “We were devastated to learn of the destruction of Tracey’s home, and with it, her well-earned Emmy Award.”
“As our judges acknowledged, the Emmy statuette is a symbol of her hard work and outstanding dedication to her craft. We are happy it’s back home where it belongs.”