Susan Lucci's PEOPLE Magazine Cover Look Gets In the Smithsonian

It was a PEOPLE magazine cover to honor Susan Lucci’s first Emmy victory, and now it will join the permanent collection at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.

On Thursday, Lucci was on hand in Washington, D.C., to officially sign over the pink satin dress and pink bejeweled Manolo Blahnik heels she wore for the June 7, 1999, issue celebrating her win after 19 consecutive nominations.

Dancing with the Stars: Tony Dovolani & Cheryl Burke Reveal All-Stars Wish List

No one knows exactly who will compete on the all-star season of Dancing with the Stars in the fall – not even the pros. But Cheryl Burke and Tony Dovolani have their wish lists when it comes to which celebrities should return.

“I would love to see winners, finalists and controversial characters come back,” Burke, 28, told PEOPLE at Wednesday’s ESPY Awards in Los Angeles.

Susan Lucci: 'I Loved Playing Erica Kane'

It’s the end of an era!

With Thursday’s announcement that ABC’s long-running soap operas All My Children and One Life to Live will come to an end, one of the genre’s most iconic figures is speaking out – and moving on.

“It’s been a fantastic journey,” Susan Lucci said in a statement Thursday. “I loved playing Erica Kane and working with [show creator] Agnes Nixon and all the incredible people involved with All My Children. I’m looking forward to all kinds of new and exciting opportunities.”

All My Children: Should ABC Cancel It?

All My Children has been a daytime TV staple since 1970 – but has the show and its fictitious Pine Valley, Penn., setting outworn its welcome?

Rumors of cancellation are circling around the popular show that finally delivered Susan Lucci her Daytime Emmy. Various reports claim that ABC is considering reducing its afternoon drama lineup from three to two hours to make room for a new talk show, which could send AMC to the chopping block.

Susan Lucci Shocked by All My Children's Move to L.A.

It’s not like she has to cross the wild prairie to get there, but for Susan Lucci the idea of moving west with her daytime drama All My Children is a overwhelming.

“We just found out a day and a half ago, and we’ve been dancing a marathon at All My Children ever since,” the actress, 62, told PEOPLE at Thursday’s New York City Feed the Children’s Daytime Gives Back event. “So, we’re all walking around in shock.”

Soap Dish: Revlon Doesn't Love Lucci

Erica Kane, Susan Lucci’s character on the ABC daytime soap “All My Children,” is beginning a new battle. The real-life (and financially ailing) cosmetics giant Revlon is paying the network a substantial sum to be featured on-air as competition to the fictitious Kane’s Enchantment cosmetics company over the next few months, reports the Associated Press. In the plot, Revlon will attempt to hire away one of Kane’s top employees, leaving Erica to dispatch her daughter to spy on the rival Revlon.

Everyone Loves Lucci

Her nineteenth Daytime Emmy Award nomination was the magic number for Susan Lucci, who finally won the best actress trophy for her role as the villainous Erica Kane on ABC’s “All My Children.” The veteran actress admitted to feeling slightly bewildered at the Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony in New York Friday night when presenter Shemar Moore of “The Young and the Restless” shouted out that the streak had been broken and then announced Lucci as the winner.

Lucci Gets Her Gun

First an Emmy and now Broadway stardom? Susan Lucci, who replaced Bernadette Peters in the musical revival of Irving Berlin’s “Annie Get Your Gun” for three weeks over the holidays, says she might return to the Broadway show for good. “They’ve asked me to step in for Bernadette when she (permanently) leaves the show,” Lucci told TV Guide. “There are many discussions to be had, but I hope it works out.