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Klum and Tim Gunn nab a hosting award, Leo snatches a prize for her guest-starring stint on 'Louie' and 'Behind the Candelabra' walks home with eight trophies.
Along with Pee Wee Herman, the famous television host tries to woo the Emmy voters by imitating the Oscar-winning actress' controversial campaign ads.
Playing the titular character, the actress showed off her curves in a black figure-hugging dress by Stella McCartney.
The Best Supporting Actress winner says she didn't mean to offend anyone, 'it's probably a very inappropriate place to use that particular word.'
The 'The Fighter' actress funded her own advertisement, and she is 'confident' that her fans 'will understand the ads were about showing a different side' of her.
Colin Firth of 'The King's Speech' and Natalie Portman of 'Black Swan' took the coveted Best Actor and Actress titles respectively.
Playing long-suffering lawyer in the CBS series, the 44-year-old took off the persona in a series of shoots featuring her as a sexy and seducing woman.
The album which features barefooted Avril Lavigne sitting on top of a piano on the cover will be released on March 8 and preceded by first single 'What the Hell' on December 31.
Saying that she was not the one who told on Demi Lovato, Alex Welch is still waiting for the Disney star to say 'sorry' to her.
Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale are joined by Micky Ward and Dick Eklund, whom they portray in the movie, at the special screening held in Los Angeles on December 6.
Following Gabourey Sidibe's scheduling conflict which forced her to skip the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Emily Blunt is named to receive 2010 Chopin Virtuoso Award.