Earlier this February, I started the Gold Sally Awards as my way of celebrating 18 Cinema Lane’s first anniversary. These awards were created to be interactive for all my readers and followers. After several months and voting polls, it’s finally time to reveal the winners of the very first Gold Sally Awards! Instead of just listing the names of the winning actors and movies, I’ve created scrapbook pages that showcase photos of these winners. The pages are Christmas themed to represent the 10th anniversary of Hallmark Channel’s “Countdown to Christmas” movie line-up. Before this celebration begins, I want to say thank you to everyone who supported the Gold Sally Awards by voting in the polls or liking the posts. Because this became a successful experience, I will definitely continue to host these awards next year! Now it’s time to announce this year’s winners!
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
Best Movie and Best Story: Northern Lights of Christmas
Best On-Screen Couple: Aimee Teegarden and Brett Dalton – Once Upon a Christmas Miracle
Best Actress: Alicia Witt – Christmas on Honeysuckle Lane
Best Actor: Colin Ferguson – Christmas on Honeysuckle Lane
Best Supporting Actress: Rebecca Staab – Christmas Bells are Ringing
Best Supporting Actor: Mark Humphrey — Christmas Bells are Ringing
Best Ensemble: Marrying Father Christmas
Best Movie: Pearl in Paradise and Love, of Course (first tie in Gold Sally Awards history)
Best Story: Love, of Course
Best On-Screen Couple: Rukiya Bernard and Dewshane Williams – One Winter Weekend
Best Actress: Nikki DeLoach – Truly, Madly, Sweetly
Best Actor: Mark Deklin – Christmas in Evergreen: Letters to Santa
Best Supporting Actress: Rukiya Bernard – One Winter Weekend
Best Supporting Actor: Preston Vanderslice – Cooking with Love
Best Ensemble: It’s Christmas, Eve
Hallmark Star of the Year: Paul Greene
Have fun at the movies!
2 thoughts on “The results of the 1st Annual Gold Sally Awards have finally arrived!”
I was so excited to read all these! I hope you post these and tag the various actors/shows who won. They should know about this. As for Paul Greene, the Hallmark star of the year…um yeah!!
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I’m glad you were able to see these results! While I don’t have any social media accounts, I can definitely tag the actors and movies that have won. Such a great idea! Why didn’t I think of that?