Wayne Brady arrives at the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' "Green Lantern" held at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on June 15, 2011 in Hollywood.

*Wayne Brady will get his sing and dance on for the second time as host of the Daytime Emmy awards, to be held at the Las Vegas Hilton on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET and broadcast live on CBS.

Brady first hosted the awards honoring everything from soap operas to game shows to talk shows in 2003. Now, he’s back for the 38th annual affair, and will open the show performing alongside the Jabbawockeez, an all-male hip hop crew that has their own show on the Strip.

“We’re going to do something that maybe folks have never seen on the Daytime Emmys,” he said. “We’re looking to up the entertainment factor. It’s all done with a wink, look at all these feathers and sequins, but we’re just here to have a good time.”

The Jabbawockeez, winners of MTV's America's Best Dance Crew in 2008

The show moved to Vegas two years ago after a run in Los Angeles, and its ratings, like many awards shows, have bounced up and down in recent years. Executive producer David McKenzie is focused on putting together a fast-paced telecast loaded with stars.

“We’re featuring tons of people that perform in Vegas,” he said.

Among them are Marie Osmond, Gladys Knight, Cirque du Soleil and Blue Man Group.

The Daytime Emmys will pay tribute to Oprah Winfrey, who recently ended her lauded talk show after 25 years. She’ll receive the Crystal Pillar award for changing the face of daytime television.

Because both soaps won’t end until later this year, no tributes to them are planned.

“There are great efforts to bring them back,” McKenzie said. “Other networks may be taking them, so it would be premature to throw dirt on them.”

ABC’s “General Hospital” led the way with 21 nominations, followed by CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” with 20 and “Sesame Street” with 16.

“All My Children” will vie for best daytime drama, along with “General Hospital,” “The Young and the Restless” and CBS’ “The Bold and the Beautiful,” the two-time defending champion in the shrinking category.

Debbi Morgan (Angie) and Darnell Williams (Jesse) of "All My Children"

“All My Children” co-stars Alicia Minshew and Debbi Morgan are up against each other for best actress in a daytime drama. Other nominees are Colleen Zenk of “As the World Turns,” Susan Flannery of “The Bold and the Beautiful,” Laura Wright of “General Hospital” and Michelle Stafford of “The Young and the Restless.”

Best daytime actor nominees are Ricky Paull Goldin of “All My Children,” Michael Park of “As the World Turns,” James Scott of “Days of Our Lives,” Maurice Benard of “General Hospital” and Christian Le Blanc of “The Young and the Restless.”

Among the presenters are nominees Rachael Ray, Dr. Mehmet Oz, and Meredith Vieira, who ended her five-year run on the “Today” show earlier this month. Also, CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Penn & Teller, Peter Marshall and Vanna White.

Hosts Alex Trebek of “Jeopardy!” and Pat Sajak of “Wheel of Fortune” will be honored with lifetime achievement awards, although neither man was nominated for best game show host this year.