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Ugly Betty's Beauteous Evening

Sunday's ALMA Awards were far from Ugly for actress America Ferrera. Not only did her show Ugly Betty take victory for best Latino-led ensemble cast, but Ferrera went home with the night's big win as Entertainer of the Year. The 24-year-old actress earned the honor not only for her frumpy-but-fiesty role as Betty Suarez on the ABC series, but also for her offscreen work encouraging youth to become politically active. Ferrera wasn't the only one to go home with a statue in hand after the Eva Longoria-hosted ceremony. Other Latino performers, including Two and a Half Men's Charlie Sheen and Scrubs' Judy Reyes, went home with TV comedy awards, as well as Lost's Jorge Garcia and Eli Stone's Julie Gonzalo for supporting roles. — Gina DiNunno

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Sunday's ALMA Awards were far from Ugly for actress America Ferrera. Not only did her show Ugly Betty take victory for best Latino-led ensemble cast, but Ferrera went home with the night's big win as Entertainer of the Year.
The 24-year-old actress earned the honor not only for her frumpy-but-fiesty role as Betty Suarez on the ABC series, but also for her offscreen work encouraging youth to become politically active.
Ferrera wasn't the only one to go home with a statue in hand after the Eva Longoria-hosted ceremony. Other Latino performers, including Two and a Half Men's Charlie Sheen and Scrubs' Judy Reyes, went home with TV comedy awards, as well as Lost's Jorge Garcia and Eli Stone's Julie Gonzalo for supporting roles. - Gina DiNunno