2011 – 63rd Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards WINNERS – Complete List

Tonight are the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards which are being hosted by Glee’s Jane Lynch.  The stars are out in full force at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles tonight!  Who’s going to be the biggest winner?  Um, I’d say that with 19 nominations, Mad Men has a really good chance of “stealing” the show.

We will have your complete list of Emmy winners listed for you with the nominations below.  Keep refreshing the page to get the winners updated, live!

Check out the complete list of 2011 Emmy Winners below:

Outstanding Drama Series

Boardwalk Empire
Friday Night Lights
Game Of Thrones
The Good Wife
Mad Men  **WINNER**

Outstanding Comedy Series

The Big Bang Theory
Modern Family  **WINNER**
The Office
Parks And Recreation
30 Rock

Outstanding Miniseries Or Movie

Cinema Verite
Downton Abbey
 (Masterpiece)  **WINNER**
The Kennedys
Mildred Pierce
The Pillars Of The Earth
Too Big To Fail

Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Series

The Colbert Report
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart  **WINNER**
Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
Real Time With Bill Maher
Saturday Night Live

Outstanding Reality-Competition Program

The Amazing Race  **WINNER**
American Idol
Dancing With The Stars
Project Runway
So You Think You Can Dance
Top Chef

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series

Steve Buscemi – Boardwalk Empire
Michael C. Hall – Dexter
Kyle Chandler – Friday Night Lights  **WINNER**
Hugh Laurie - House
Timothy Olyphant – Justified
Jon Hamm – Mad Men

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series

Connie Britton – Friday Night Lights
Julianna Margulies – The Good Wife  **WINNER**
Kathy Bates – Harry’s Law
Mireille Enos – The Killing
Mariska Hargitay – Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Elisabeth Moss – Mad Men

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series

Jim Parsons – The Big Bang Theory  **WINNER**
Johnny Galecki – The Big Bang Theory
Matt LeBlanc – Episodes
Louie C.K. – Louie
Steve Carell – The Office
Alex Baldwin – 30 Rock

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series

Laura Linney – The Big C
Melissa McCarthy – Mike & Molly  **WINNER**
Edie Falco – Nurse Jacki
Amy Poehler – Parks and Recreation
Martha Plimpton – Raising Hope
Tina Fey – 30 Rock

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie

Edgar Ramirez – Carlos
Greg Kinnear – The Kennedys
Barry Pepper – The Kennedys  **WINNER**
Idris Elba – Luther
Laurence Fishburne – Thurgood
William Hurt – Too Big To Fail

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie

Diane Lane – Cinema Verite
Elizabeth McGovern – Downton Abbey (Masterpiece)
Kate Winslet – Mildred Pierce  **WINNER**
Taraji P. Henson – Taken From Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story
Jean Marsh – Upstairs Downstairs (Masterpiece)

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series

Peter Dinklage – Game of Thrones  **WINNER**
Josh Charles – The Good Wife
Alan Cumming – The Good Wife
Walton Goggins – Justified
John Slattery – Mad Men
Andre Braugher – Men of a Certain Age

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series

Kelly Macdonald – Boardwalk Empire
Archie Panjabi – The Good Wife
Christine Baranski – The Good Wife
Margo Martindale – Justified  **WINNER**
Michelle Forbes – The Killing
Christina Hendricks – Mad Men

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series

Chris Colfer – Glee
Jesse Tyler Ferguson – Modern Family
Ed O’Neill – Modern Family
Eric Stonestreet – Modern Family
Ty Burrell – Modern Family  **WINNER**
Jon Cryer – Two and a Half Men

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series

Jane Lynch – Glee
Betty White – Hot In Cleveland
Julie Bowen – Modern Family  **WINNER**
Sofia Vergara – Modern Family
Kristen Wiig – Saturday Night Live
Jane Krakowski – 30 Rock

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie

Tom Wilkinson – The Kennedys 
Guy Pearce – Mildred Pierce  **WINNER**
Brian F. O’Byrne – Mildred Pierce
Paul Giamatti – Too Big To Fail
James Woods – Too Big To Fail

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie

Maggie Smith – Downton Abbey (Masterpiece)  **WINNER**
Evan Rachel Wood – Mildred Pierce
Melissa Leo – Mildred Pierce
Mare Winningham – Mildred Pierce
Eileen Atkins – Upstairs Downstairs (Masterpiece)

Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series

Jason Katims – Friday Night Lights  **WINNER**
David Benioff & D.B. Weiss – Game of Thrones
Veena Sud – The Killing
Matthew Weiner – Mad Men
Andre Jacquemetton & Maria Jacquemetton – Mad Men

Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series

David Crane & Jeffrey Klarik – Episodes
Louis C.K. – Louie
Steve Levitan & Jeffrey Richman – Modern Family  **WINNER**
Greg Daniels- The Office
Matt Hubbard – 30 Rock

Outstanding Writing For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Dramatic Special

Julian Fellowes – Downton Abbey  **WINNER**
Todd Haybes & Jon Raymond – Mildred Pierce
Steven Moffat – Sherlock: A Study in Pink (Masterpiece)
Peter Gould – Too Big To Fail
Heidi Thomas – Upstairs Downstairs

Outstanding Writing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Series

The Colbert Report
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart  **WINNER**
Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
Saturday Night Live

Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series

Martin Scorsese – Boardwalk Empire  **WINNER**
Jeremy Podeswa – Boardwalk Empire
Neil Jordan – The Borgias
Tim Van Patten – Game of Thrones
Patty Jenkins – The Killing

Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series

Pamela Fryman – How I Met Your Mother
Michael Alan Spiller – Modern Family  **WINNER**
Gail Mancuso – Modern Family
Steven Levitan – Modern Family
Beth McCarthy-Miller – 30 Rock

Outstanding Directing For A Miniseries, Movie Or A Dramatic Special

Olivier Assayas – Carlos
Shari Springer Berman & Robert Pulcini – Cinema Verite
Brian Percival – Downton Abbey (Masterpiece)  **WINNER**
Todd Haynes – Mildred Pierce
Curtis Hanson – Too Big To Fail

Outstanding Directing For A Variety, Music Or Comedy Series

Gregg Gelfand – American Idol
James Hoskinson – The Colbert Report
Chuck O’Neil – The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
Jerry Foley – Late Show With David Letterman
Don Roy King – Saturday Night Live  **WINNER**

The Real Housewives of New York City Confirms Chopping 4 Faces

The Real Housewives of New York City is not going to have the same “face” you fans are used to.  Bravo has officially chopped off four of the ladies: is officially down four familiar faces:  Jill Zarin, Alex McCord, Kelly Bensimon and Cindy Barshop.  Season 5 is definitely going to be “different” without these ladies on board.

Bravo TV told People,

“Ramona Singer, Sonja Morgan and LuAnn DeLesseps will be returning for season 5 of The Real Housewives of New York City.  We’ve had a fabulous run with all the ladies and appreciate them sharing their lives with our viewers. It is a friendly departure among the other ladies and we continue to have on-going discussions with them.”

McCord talked to People about the departure saying,

“Of course Simon and I are sad not to continue with RHONY but it’s a friendly decision and discussions with Bravo are ongoing for other projects.”

And Zarin’s rep said,

“Jill is humbled by the extraordinary amount of media interest in her response and looks forward to personally opening up about all of this very soon and announcing some exciting new projects.”

So yeah, they are off this show, but you know they will be popping up elsewhere.  This isn’t the end for them.  Stay tuned.

Kara Kennedy Dead at 51

Ted Kennedy’s oldest daughter, Kara Kennedy died suddenly on Friday.  Aside from being a member of the Kennedy family, she was a American professional board member and television producer.

Back in 2003, Kara had a malignant tumor removed from her lungs. Her brother Patrick had said that since then, the cancer treatments “took quite a toll on her and weakened her physically. Her heart gave out.”

Kara is survived by her husband Michael Allen and two kids, Grace and Max.

R.I.P. Kara Kennedy Allen February 27, 1960 – September 16, 2011

Demi Lovato Covers Lil Wayne ‘How To Love’ – VIDEO

Demi Lovato was performing at the Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC last night when she covered  Lil Wayne’s Carter IV, How To Love.  She screws up a few times but still sounds great.  I’ve got great Hope for Demi as a performer.  She’s bounced back so well after all the issues she faced.

PHOTOS: Demi Lovato is OPEN and Stunning For ELLE

Support the sweetheart and grab a copy of her album, Unbroken on Tuesday!


New Music: Ashanti ‘Never Too Far Away’

Ashanti is back!  She’s stepping back into the music spotlight with a track that is featured on the soundtrack for the upcoming movie, Dream House (Daniel Craig, Naomi Watts.)

Never Too Far Away is a baeutiful song that I am thrilled made teh track list for the movie…. it’s perfect!

Have a listen:


Thoughts? Drop them in the comments below!

John Mayer Out of Commission, Diagnosed With Granuloma

It looks like John Mayer is going to off the music market for a bit.  Fans have been looking forward to his new album, Born and Raised coming out in the next couple of months, but now, they have a much longer wait.  John is having vocal cord issues that are taking him out of music commission for awhile.

He shared the news with his fans on his blog saying,

“Hi everyone,

After several months of going week to week monitoring and hoping to correct the condition, I am forced to cancel my upcoming singing engagements due to something next to my vocal cords called a granuloma.

I’m bummed to have to bow out of both the iheartradio Music Festival in Las Vegas and an appearance with Tony Bennett in Los Angeles. I know there were people depending on me to be there and I’m sorry that I can’t be on those stages.

‘Born and Raised’ is complete as far as music recording, song selection, and in some cases mixing, but because of this condition I couldn’t finish singing on several of the tracks. This means the record will be released next year instead of this fall or winter.

This is a temporary setback, though I’m not sure how long or short a period of time it will be. I’ve got the best doctors in the country looking after me and I will be singing and touring again as soon as I get the all clear. Until then I’ll be spending time writing and composing more music and kicking an empty soup can around the West Village.

I’m looking forward to seeing you again soon. Until then take good care.


Well, we hope that this condition improves quickly and doesn’t cause any permanent damage.  Get well soon John!

Hilarious Spoof: ‘Life After The Emmy Win’ – VIDEO

The 2011 Primetime Emmy Awards are tomorrow night!  Are you ready for some glitz and glam mixed up with some shiny trophies?  How about a little spoof to get you laughing before the big show?

63rd Primetime Emmy Awards Nominations – COMPLETE List

Some past Emmy winners have some together for this hilarious video, Life After Emmy.  Jeremy Piven, Kristin Chenoweth, Jackee Harry, and Megan Mullally are fantabulous as they promote this year’s awards.

Check it out:


Who was your favorite?

Playboy Spread Goes Vintage – October 2011 Issue – 60 Cents

Laura Benanti is starring in the new ABC show, The Playboy Club and she’s also gracing the cover of the October 2011 issue of Playboy magazine.  This issue is selling for a mere 60 cents an issue in honor of the vintage mag from the 1963 issue.  They even styled Benanti the same as the original.

Hugh Hefner isn’t worried about losing any money by on selling the issue for 60 cents when it is usually $5.99 an issue.  The majority of the readers are subscribers and therefore it won’t affect that end and they are saying that advertising has gone way up.  So of course, they are sitting pretty.

What do you think of this throwback cover?

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