Exclusive 63rd Primetime Emmy Award Preview
The 63rd Primetime Emmys are expected to be edgier and hipper than ever as the awards are back on FOX with Glee's Jane Lynch as host.
HOLLYWOOD, CA - The red carpet has been rolled out and the nominees are ready.
"Yeah, it's fun. We're just buzzing around getting a lot of free stuff we don't need, ha ha," says Emmy nominee James Woods.
Glee star Jane Lynch, a past winner in the supporting actress category is hosting for the first time. Lynch is only the third woman to host the Emmys. She told FOX News Rising's Derek James that she spent most of the week working on the show.
Derek also talked with Lynch's Glee co-stars Dot Marie Jones and Jayma Mays to see if they had any insight as to what to expect. Specifically if she was more apt to sing or to dance.
Although Jane thinks it's a little too late to get yodeling into this year's Emmy show, she demonstrated her talent for us.
Glee leads the FOX network with 12 Emmy nominations. American Idol follows with 10 including Outstanding Reality Competition Program, a category it has never won. Hugh Laurie is nominated as Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama for House while So You Think You Can Dance, raising hope, and the Animation Domination trio of the Simpsons, Family Guy, and the Cleveland Show also hope to take home statues.
You'll see all the winners, losers and a whole lot of your favorites from Glee tomorrow night on the 63rd primetime emmy awards at 8 on Fox Charlotte.
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