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Ditching her Glee tracksuits, Jane Lynch is the belle of the Governors Ball with her shiny new accessory – her outstanding supporting actress Emmy! – at L.A.'s Nokia Theatre on Aug. 29. During her acceptance speech, Lynch jokingly channeled her alter ego Sue Sylvester, telling her castmates, "I love you…You're fresh-faced, and when I'm not seething with jealousy, I'm so proud of you."
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TOUR OF DUTY
Road trip! Cory Monteith, Lea Michele and the New Directions take their hit show on the road over the summer, making pit stops in Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago and New York City's venerable Radio City Music Hall for a four-city, seven day Glee Live! in Concert tour.
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Showing off a few of his smooth dance moves backstage, Matthew Morrison kicks up his heels at the 69th Annual Peabody Awards on May 17, where the FOX musical dramedy was honored for excellence in broadcast television.
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'TIME' OF HER LIFE
Lea Michele is a diva on the small screen, but she's an even bigger VIP in real life, landing on Time magazine's annual 100 Most Influential People list in May. Olivia Newton-John, who guest-starred on Glee, paid tribute to the former Broadway star in the magazine for "inspiring young people to get involved in musical programs in schools."
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No slushy facials here! The cast surrounds show creator Ryan Murphy after their outstanding comedy series victory at the 21st annual GLAAD Media Awards in L.A. on April 17. The FOX runaway hit was recognized for devoting storylines to the audacious Kurt Hummel (a gay character played by Chris Colfer).
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IN THE 'HOUSE'
Everybody say cheese! Kevin McHale, Jenna Ushkowitz, Dijon Talton, Harry Shum Jr. and Dianna Agron snap a self-portrait in front of the White House, where the cast performed hits like "Somebody to Love" and "Don't Spot Believin'" during this year's White House Easter Egg Roll on April 5.
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During their visit to D.C., Amber Riley gets her own one-on-one time with President Barack Obama. The actress admitted to having a crush on the commander-in-chief, telling George Lopez, "I think he is so fine."
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They may be losers at McKinley High, but they're all winners at the 2010 Screen Actors Guild Awards, scoring big with a best ensemble in a comedy Actor during the Jan. 23 telecast. The freshman series beat out fellow newcomer Modern Family and veteran shows 30 Rock and The Office.
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Cory's not the only one palling around in Hollywood! The show's expectant cheerleader Dianna Agron goes cheek-to-cheek with True Blood's Anna Paquin at the Art of Elysium's fourth annual Heaven Gala on Jan. 16 in Beverly Hills.
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The cast is simply giddy with glee as they rally around the show's creator during a celebratory snapshot after their triumphant win for best television comedy series at the Golden Globes on Jan. 17. During producer and co-creator Ian Brennan's acceptance speech, he dedicated the win "to anyone who ever got a wedgie in high school."
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In perfect harmony, Cory Monteith, Mark Salling, Dianna Agron and Kevin McHale lend their voices to singing the national anthem during Game 3 of the 2009 World Series on Oct. 31 in Philadelphia.
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'BANK' ON THIS!
Gleeks unite! The cast pays a visit to Tyra Banks's talk show, where the up-and-coming stars tried to figure out one another's "Glee-crets" during an episode that aired Nov. 13.
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