Betty White, Neil Patrick Harris Win Early Emmys

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By Polly Davis Doig,  Newser Staff
Posted Aug 22, 2010 8:13 AM CDT
Betty White, Neil Patrick Harris Win Early Emmys
Neil Patrick Harris poses with awards at the 63rd annual Tony Awards at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Saturday, Aug. 21, 2010 in Los Angeles.   (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Betty White traded in her Golden Girl status for a muffin joke, and last night she turned it back into gold at the Creative Arts Emmys. White, 88, wasn't there to accept her honor for her raunchy turn as SNL host, but Neil Patrick Harris bounded up onstage twice to collect honors for his gigs on Glee and hosting the Tonys, according to People. Other winners from last night (the Primetime Emmy Awards air next Sunday):

  • Best reality series: Jaime Oliver's Food Revolution
  • Best reality-show host: Survivor host Jeff Probst
  • Best guest-star role: Ann-Margret, Law and Order: SVU
  • Best commercial: Old Spice commercial, ad firm Weiden + Kennedy. Star Isaiah Mustafa, said, "This is my first awards show, and I get to be nominated alongside Betty White!"

(More Betty White stories.)

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