American Idol, Grey Gardens and the canceled Pushing Daisies won three awards each at Saturday night's Creative Arts Emmys, which also included acting wins for Tina Fey, Michael J. Fox and Justin Timberlake.
Host Kathy Griffin joked before the show that she planned to offend nearly everyone, including her competition in the two categories in which she was nominated.
"I'm going to offend most of my competition, I'm going to offend everyone else who is here and I'd mostly like to offend religious groups and deities. I'd love to offend Jon Gosselin," the host told TVGuide.com on the red carpet.
She made fun of Gosselin by taking the stage in Ed Hardy clothing, and said she was late because she had been "screwing Jon Gosselin." Other highlights of her hosting included being dropped by So You Think You Can Dance's Nigel Lythgoe after attempting to dance with him. She didn't win either of the awards for which she was nominated, but took the stage anyway in a very Zoolander-ish moment when Intervention won for Outstanding Reality Program.
Kathy Griffin plays Kate Gosselin in spoof
In another comedic highlight, Tina Fey jokingly tried to make out with 30 Rock co-star Jack McBrayer before accepting her award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy for her role as Sarah Palin on Saturday Night Live.
-Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog for Outstanding Special Class - Short-Format Live-Action
-Michael J. Fox for his guest starring role as Dwight on Rescue Me
-Justin Timberlake for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for Saturday Night Live
-Wizards of Waverly Place for Outstanding Children's Program
-Tyce DiOrio for Outstanding Choreography on So You Think You Can Dance (Adam and Eve/Silence)
Get a full list of winners here.