Nancy Lee Grahn Shows Her Stance On Abortion At The Daytime Emmys.

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Nancy Lee Grahn stated at the 49th Daytime Emmy Awards that she felt her voice as a citizen trumped her role as an actor after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

Grahn makes it clear what she believes about reproductive rights. The General Hospital star wore several pro-choice statement pieces at the 49th Daytime Emmys in Pasadena.

Following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and abortion's constitutional right. Her outfit featured a chic black pantsuit.

Which she accessorized with earrings that read "CHOICE" and a clutch that read "BANS OFF OUR BODY." She also wore rubber bracelets and wrote "REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM" across her chest.

On the red carpet, Graham told PEOPLE that she knew the spotlight would be on her as she made a statement with her ensemble.

She also acknowledged that some of her fans would disagree with her stance. "Some members of this audience are angry at me, and that is the risk I am willing to take.

I believe my voice as a citizen trumps the role of an actor," said Nancy. Nancy Lee was nominated for best-supporting actress in a drama series at Friday's Daytime Emmy Awards.

She was nominated for her performance in General Hospital (1996) as Alexis Davis. However, Kelly Thiebaud won the award.