Sunday, September 14, 2008

Wade Robson, Kathy Griffin's MY LIFE ON THE D-LIST Win Emmy Awards

The 2007-2008 Creative Arts Emmy Awards were announced tonight, and So You Think You Can Dance choreographer Wade Robson picked up his second straight win in the category of Best Choreography for his work on "The Hummingbird and Flower/Chairman's Waltz." Wade beat out fellow SYTYCD choreographers Mandy Moore and Shane Sparks.

In other Emmy news, Kathy Griffin's My Life on the D-List (loveLovelove!) won it's second straight prize as well. I haven't yet heard if Kathy's speech is as scandalous as last year's infamous "Suck it Jesus" moment.

Cynthia Nixon, Kathryn Joosten, Tim Conway and Glynn Turman took home the Guest Actor and Actress prizes for Law and Order: SVU, Desperate Housewives, 30 Rock and In Treatment, respectively, while Sarah Silverman (and others) picked up the Emmy for their lyrics to "I'm Fucking Matt Damon" (genius).

All in all, John Adams took home 8 awards, followed by Mad Men with four. Dancing with the Stars grabbed two, while American Idol snagged one. In my mind the big one (reality show host) is going to come down to Tom Bergeron and Ryan Seacrest. My vote would go to Seacrest -- you?

For the full list of winners at the Creative Arts Emmys, click here.

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