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Young and the Restless star Melissa Ordway reveals she has tested positive for COVID-19

Young and the Restless star Melissa Ordway had her dream come true when she was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award... though she will not be able to attend.The 39-year-old actress was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Performance in a Drama Series: Actress for playing Abby Newman in Young and the Restless.She took to Twitter on Thursday evening, revealing she has tested positive for COVID-19 to her over 67K followers. Dream:Young and the Restless star Melissa Ordway had her dream come true when she was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award...

though she will not be able to attend.'It has always been a dream of mine to be nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award and to bring my parents to the show. It was about to come true, until I tested positive for Covid yesterday afternoon', Ordway began.'I’m so disappointed that I won’t be able to celebrate with everyone on Friday. I’ve cried lots of tears,' she said, adding that, 'Thankfully, I'm asymptomatic.' 'I'm super grateful no one in our home is sick.

What a blessing,' she continued, before addressing her fellow nominees. Positive:'It has always been a dream of mine to be nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award and to bring my parents to the show. It was about to come true, until I tested positive for Covid yesterday afternoon', Ordway began'To my Daytime community, have the best time.

Wish I could be there but I’ll be watching from home and cheering on all of the nominees!' she said.'Y&R bring home the gold! Love you all! And to everyone at CBS and Sony thank you for everything. So grateful to play Abby,' she added, before addressing her parents.'To my amazing parents, I’m so sorry that this weekend has fallen apart. I was so excited to attend the awards with you.

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