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Loretta Devine, Gwyneth Paltrow, The Tony Awards, et al. Win 2011 Emmy Awards

Gwyneth Paltrow and Matthew Morrison in Glee
(© Adam Rose/FOX)
The 2011 Creative Arts Emmy Awards were held in Los Angeles on Saturday, September 10.

Among the winners were Gwyneth Paltrow, who was named Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for Glee; Loretta Davine, who was named Outstanding Guest Actres in a Drama Series for Grey's Anatomy; Justin Timberlake, who was named Outstaanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for Saturday Night Live; and Paul McCrane, who was named Outstanding Guet Actor in a Drama Series for Harry's Law.

The 64th Annual Tony Awards was named Outstanding Special Class Program, and Dave Boone, Matt Roberts, and Mo Rocca won Outstanding Variety Special Writing for The 64th Annual Tony Awards.

Lonny Price won for Outstanding Variety Special Directing for Sondheim: The Birthday Concert; and The Kennedy Center Honors was named Outsstanding Variety Special.

The special Harry Connick, Jr: In Concert on Broadway took home the Emmy for Outtanding Music Direction. Glee won the Emmy for Outstanding Casting.

Among the many shows that received Emmys were American Idol, American Masters, Boardwalk Empire,The Borgias, Mad Men, Mildred Pierce, and So You Think You Can Dance?

The 2011 Primetime Emmy Awards will be presented on Sunday, September 18. The ceremony will be hosted by Jane Lynch and air live on FOX.


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