Police confirmed that two people were found dead at the hotel -- reportedly from a murder-suicide.
Beverly Hills police Lt. Mark Rosen said that a man and woman were found dead from gunshot wounds in a hotel room, but did not give details of their relationship, nor would they comment on whether the deaths were connected to the Emmy awards.
Coroner's officials noted that the deceased were a man in his late 60s and a woman in her mid-50s.
THE SHOW GOES ON
Despite the tragedy, the Daytime Emmys went on as scheduled. General Hospital was the night's big winner, taking home five trophies including best drama. The show's stars, Anthony Geary and Heather Tom also won for best leading actor and actress.
Regis Philbin was feted for his last season on Live! -- winning best talk show host with Kelly Ripa, while the program was named best entertainment talk show.
Despite its slip in the ratings, Today was named best morning show. Elsewhere, Jeopardy! was named best game show while Dr. Oz was named best informative talk show.
Drama series: "General Hospital."
Lead actress in a drama series: Heather Tom, "The Bold and the Beautiful."
Lead actor in a drama series: Anthony Geary, "General Hospital."
Supporting actress in a drama series: Nancy Lee Grahn, "General Hospital."
Supporting actor in a drama series: Jonathan Jackson, "General Hospital."
Younger actor in a drama series: Chandler Massey, "Days of Our Lives."
Younger actress in a drama series: Christel Khalil, "The Young and the Restless."
Drama series directing team: "General Hospital."
Drama series writing team: "Days Of Our Lives."
Game show: "Jeopardy!"
Game-show host: Todd Newton, "Family Game Night."
Informative talk show: "Dr. Oz."
Entertainment talk show: "Live with Regis and Kelly."
Talk-show host: Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa, "Live with Regis and Kelly."
Morning show: "Today."
Culinary program: "Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction."
Culinary/lifestyle host: Sandra Lee, "Semi-Homemade Cooking."
Children's animated program: "Penguins of Madagascar."
Performer in a children's program: Kevin Clash (as Elmo), "Sesame Street."
Legal/courtroom program: "Last Shot with Judge Gunn."
New approaches in daytime entertainment: "Take This Lollipop" (online).
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