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Mad Men may have gone home empty handed (your reign had to end someday, guys), but this year's Emmys still gave TV fans plenty to talk about. From surprise wins to social media pranks to impromptu nudity, the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards delivered plenty of buzzworthy bits and emotional highlights. Check out our list of the 10 most memorable moments from the biggest night in television!1. Naked Lena DunhamThe...Read Full Story
Kevin Costner is the proud owner of an Emmy! The star won Lead Actor in a Movie or Miniseries for his work on Hatfields & McCoys.The star had a very long acceptance speech, which contained lines like: "We had to go to Bulgaria to make this very American story" and "this trophy reminds me of the Olympics in London."The star received mixed reviews on Twitter over the win, mostly because Benedict Cumberbatch has some very loyal fans. And, well, frankly, it was hard to get past Costner's...Read Full Story
Julianne Moore took home the best actress in a movie or miniseries Emmy tonight! The star played Sarah Palin in Game Change for the big win. Once onstage, Moore told the crowd: “I feel so validated because Sarah Palin gave me a big thumbs down." The star wore a bright yellow gown for the night, and received mixed reviews from critics and fans. But, who cares about her dress — she won!Other winners at the show tonight include Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul, Jon Cryer, and Julia Louis Dreyfus. So...Read Full Story
It was a big night for Julie Bowen at the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night. Not only did the Modern Family star look stunning in her strapless chartreuse Monique Lhuillier gown, but she also took home the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy! Bowen also won the same award last year, but the repeat win didn't dampen her spirits in the slightest. She joked during her acceptance speech, "My job really amounts to me falling down and making faces while wearing...Read Full Story
Legendary actress Jessica Lange took home an Emmy tonight for Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for her role in American Horror Story. The 63-year-old is looking great and still knows how to work it.The star is now proud winner of two Academy Awards, five Golden Globes, two Emmy Awards and one Screen Actors Guild Award. What a career! She started off her big screen career in King Kong decades ago, and now she's still one of the biggest stars in Tinseltown. Bravo.Other winners...Read Full Story
The 2012 Emmy Awards were held on Sunday, Sept. 23 in Los Angeles. The biggest stars in television were in attendance, including Sofia Vergara, Zooey Deschanel, Jon Hamm, and many more.