Kelly Clarkson, Alex Trebek among Daytime Emmy nominees

LOS ANGELES -- The first season of "The Kelly Clarkson Show" received Daytime Emmy Awards nominations for best entertainment talk show and host, while "Jeopardy!" veteran Alex Trebek's nod for best game show host could give him a second consecutive win in the category.

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