Emmy Awards

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Report: Jane Lynch to Host the Emmy Awards

Jane Lynch is Fox's first choice to host the Emmy Awards, according to Deadline.com...
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Celebrity hair stylist Ken Paves shows how to get the same styles the stars will be rocking on Emmy night! Find out how to look red carpet ready like Emily Blunt, Heidi Klum, Olivia Wilde and other celebs without breaking the bank.

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Post Emmy win for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama, Cherry Jones of 24 stopped by to chat with Madison Michele backstage in the TV Guide one-on-one room. Cherry talks about coming to Hollywood as a Broadway actress of a certain age, and, lets us know how she truly intends to pass her statuette around to all the crew members to really take part in the win.

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Report: Jane Lynch to Host the Emmy Awards

Jane Lynch is Fox's first choice to host the Emmy Awards, according to Deadline.com...
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The Truth Behind the Emmys Time-Shifting Controversy

It's true that the producers of the Emmys have decided to compress this year's telecast using time-shifting. But they promise it's all in service of creating a more entertaining show.

Faced with the prospect of having to present 28 awards in only two hours, nine minutes and 35 seconds, Don Mischer, executive producer of the telecast, outlined what the time-shifting will entail.

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Ellen Suits Up as Emmy's Host

For hosting the 38th annual Grammys, Ellen DeGeneres was nominated for an Emmy; for hosting the 46th annual Emmys, she nabbed an American Comedy Award. "Emmy, Grammy... it's all about me," cracks the daytime talk-show queen, who's back hosting TV's biggest night (Sept. 18 at 8 pm/ET, on CBS). "Sure, they're all dressed up and winning awards. But who's on stage?" When pressed for scoop about the show, she only promises "a big opening number that could be really good or bad — but isn't that why we watch television?" Indeed, it is. TV Guide: What will Emmy day be like for you? Ellen DeGeneres: Long. I'll be there all day rehearsing, then shoot the show and go to the parties. Then I'll lie down and think about everything that was or was not funny, wake up at 5 for hair and makeup, and do my talk show live at 7. read more

Emmy Finally Honors Scrubs

Instead of sitting around sulking about this year's long list of egregious Emmy snubs — Lauren Graham, Denis Leary, Lauren Graham, Gregory Smith, Lauren Graham, Kristen Bell, Lauren Graham, Matthew Fox, Lauren Graham, Lauren Graham and Lauren Graham, to name just a few — I decided to accentuate the positive in Thursday's nominations. Specifically, the four-years-in-the-making best-comedy nod for TV's smartest, most side-splitting comedy, Scrubs. After taking part in a few rounds of high fives, six champagne toasts and two games of Twister, I phoned series creator Bill Lawrence to offer my hearty congratulations and grill him about the new season.TVGuide.com: How do you feel?Bill Lawrence: I'm very grateful. It means more t read more

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Premise: Ellen DeGeneres hosts the 57th annual gala at L.A.'s Shrine Auditorium. Awards are presented in 27 categories and there are tributes planned to Johnny Carson and Peter Jennings. Presenters include Mischa Barton, Halle Berry, Mariska Hargitay, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Debra Messing, William Petersen, Kyra Sedgwick, Charlie Sheen, Jimmy Smits, Jon Stewart, Kiefer Sutherland and Quentin Tarantino.


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