Daytime Emmy Awards: Teller Stabs Penn While Presenting Best Supporting Actor Award to Jonathan Jackson
The magicians do a fake card trick for the first award of the night Sunday.
Rachael Ray and magicians Penn & Teller announced the best supporting actor winner at Sunday's Emmy Awards with a card trick.
To announce the winner, the magicians said they would stab the correct name, written on a card, with a knife. At first, they held up a card that read Sucan Lucci, who was famously nominated 21 times for an Emmy before winning for her role in All My Children.
Then Penn held up another card, which Teller stuck with a knife that appeared to be stabbed through his hand. It read "Jonathan Jackson," the real winner, from General Hospital.
Jackson brought his kids on stage. "It's father's day, I couldn't resist," he said.
Heather Tom from the Bold and the Beautiful was announced as best supporting actress.
The show is airing live from Las Vegas on Sunday on CBS.
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