Glee of the 2010 Emmy Awards

The 2010 Emmy Awards too place last night, and though Mad Men and Modern Family swept up awards, the most exciting part for me was the opening performance starring host, Jimmy Fallon, and the cast of GLEE (Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer and Amber Riley)! Glee's been a hit since season one - there's just something about the cast, the personalities, the music and oh - the fact that they can bring Tina Fey, Betty White, Jane Lynch, Joel McHale, Jore Garcia, Jon Ham, Nina Dobrev, Tim Gunn, and Randy Jackson together. The show itself was lackluster, but if you happened to miss the exciting part, check it out below. Happy watching!

Check out the winners:

Outstanding Comedy Series – Modern Family
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series – Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family
Outstanding Supporting Actress, Comedy Series – Jane Lynch, Glee

Outstanding Guest Actor In A Comedy Series – Neil Patrick Harris, Glee
Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series – Betty White, Saturday Night Live
Outstanding Directing for Comedy Series – Ryan Murphy, Glee
Outstanding Actor In A Comedy – Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory
Outstanding Actress In A Comedy – Edie Falco, Nurse Jackie

Outstanding Reality Show Host – Jeff Probst
Outstanding Reality Show Competition – Top Chef
Outstanding Reality Program – Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution

Outstanding Drama – Mad Men
Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama – Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad
Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama – Archie Panjabi, The Good Wife
Outstanding Guest Actor In A Drama Series – John Lithgow, Dexter
Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series – Ann-Margret, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit
Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama – Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series – Steve Shill, Dexter
Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series – Kyra Sedwick, The Closer

Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series – Modern Family, Steven Levitan, Christopher Lloyd, “Pilot”
Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series – Mad Men, Matthew Weiner, Erin Levy, “Shut The Door. Have A Sear”
Outstanding Writing For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Dramatic Special – You Don’t Know Jack, Adam Mazer
Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Series – The Colbert Report

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  1. Chiena said...:

    That was good. I never watch the Emmys, maybe the red carpet but that's about it

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