Creative Arts Emmy Winners 2011

September 11, 2011 by Post Team 

Creative Arts Emmy Winners 2011Creative Arts Emmy Winners 2011, HBO came out on top in 2010-2011 Creative Arts Primetime Emmy Awards last night. The award celebrates a big part of the talent that takes place off screen television, along with prizes for best guest actor, outstanding host for a reality show, and some on-screen awards that do not fit in the usual Emmy ceremony.

HBO Boardwalk Empire was celebrated last night with seven Creative Arts Emmys, including one for Best Visual Effects and sound editing. Boardwalk Empire was not the only HBO series to win last night. Also among the winners of the pay cable series for A Game of Thrones was, who took home a deserved Emmy for Outstanding Main Title Design.
Showtime Los Borgia won for Best Costume Design, Best Music and theme.

Justin Timberlake won two awards, one of which was for Best Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for his performance in hosting Saturday Night Live. Timberlake was also one of the winners of Best Original Music and lyrics of the song being played in his opening monologue.

Guest Actor awards went to other Glee Gwyneth Paltrow, Paul McCrane Harry Act, Loretta Devine Grey’s Anatomy. Meanwhile, more deadly took home the award for Best Reality Program. Jeff Probst won for outstanding host for the reality program Survivor. I would have preferred Cat Deeley won that award, but this year, the nomination was a victory for her. Meanwhile, So you think you can dance managed to score three awards, two of which were a draw against the other for outstanding choreography. Mia Michaels won routines: Alice in Mia-Land “Every little thing she does is magic” / “When We Dance” / – Napoleon and Tabitha (aka Nappytabs) Michael tied for the “Return to Earth bitter nature of the light of day. ” routines: “Scars” / “Fallin” / “Outta Your Mind.”

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