FOX's hit comedy "Glee" leads the list of nominees for the 2010 Primetime Emmy Awards with 19 nods, along with the World War II drama, "The Pacific," with 24 nominations.
The 62nd Primetime Emmys will air live at 5:00 PM PDT August 29 on NBC.
Here are the nominees:
The Nominees: "Breaking Bad", "Damages, Dexter", "Lost", "Mad Men", "The Good Wife", and "True Blood".
The movie isn't out till July, but the trailer has just been released for the highly-anticipated Steve Carell and Paul Rudd comedy "Dinner for Schmucks."
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The slime flowed freely and the fashion sparkled at the 2010 Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards Saturday night -- and "Extra" was there for all the gooey action!
BFFs Rihanna, in Christian Dior, and Katy Perry, in an ensemble by The Blondes, rocked the orange carpet. "I might have a little bit more cleavage then the kids need," Perry said, adding, "Don't touch my weave. And I will sock you if you slime me."
No, Robert Downey Jr. is not starring in the "Ghostbusters" redo. He's presenting at Nickelodeon's 23rd Annual Kids' Choice Awards this Saturday, where great globs of green slime will flow freely.
Downey Jr. -- along with stars Katy Perry, Tina Fey, Steve Carell, Chris Rock, Jackie Chan, Jonah Hill, Queen Latifah, David Spade, Lea Michele, Dev Patel, Miranda Cosgrove and Shaun White -- are set to help host Kevin James hand out the the awards.
The 82nd Academy Awards are lining up a bunch of funny people to present the Oscars, including Sacha Baron Cohen, Jason Bateman, Steve Carell, Tina Fey and Ben Stiller, show producers Bill Mechanic and Adam Shankman announced.
Teen queen Miley Cyrus doesn't turn 16 until November 23 -- but the "Hannah Montana" star rang in the milestone birthday celebration early, by shutting down Disneyland and hosting a sweet 16 bash!
Cyrus gushed that her parents bought her a new puppy -- and said that since her parents threw the party for her, she didn't need any more presents! "My parents shut down Disneyland for me, so I'm good for awhile," Miley reveals.
Tickets to ring in the Disney starlet's celebration could be purchased for $250 a pop, and included four songs performed by Miley, with opening act by dad Billy Ray Cyrus, and a fireworks display.
Rumors were flying that Miley's birthday bash would conflict with the 11th annual Gay Days Anaheim celebration at the theme park, but event producer Jeffrey Epstein nixed that, saying, "We're happy to share our big weekend with Miley. While it may be a small world after all, we think it's big enough for both groups to have a blast."
Celebrities who headed to the happiest place on earth to celebrate with Cyrus included "Idol" alum David Archuleta, Jennie Garth, Steve Carell, Cindy Crawford, Tyra Banks and Jennifer Love Hewitt.