Three Stars To Present at Daytime Emmys

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Three members of the Grey's Anatomy cast will be presenters during ABC's live broadcast of The Daytime Emmy Awards, reports the network.

Kate Walsh
The 33rd annual gala will take place in Hollywood next Friday, April 28, from 8-11 Eastern Daylight Time. The trio of Grey's representatives will be Chandra Wilson (Dr. Bailey), James Pickens, Jr. (Dr. Webber) and Kate Walsh (Mrs. Dr. Shepherd, right). Other presenters include Food Network star Rachael Ray and supermodel Tyra Banks.

The award show, which recognizes outstanding achievement and performance in daytime television (perhaps as oxymoronic as it gets) during the 2005 calendar year, will open up with a performance by musician and former General Hospital star Rick Springfield. Whether or not his set list will include the hit "I Wish That I Had Dr. Shepherd's Girl" remains to be seen.

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