Here's What the Emmy Awards Looked Like in 2010
Kim Kardashian sang (yes, sang) with Jimmy Fallon, Glee reigned supreme and everyone was mad for Mad Men. Feel old yet? Flip through to see what the Emmy Awards looked like one decade ago
Jimmy Fallon hosted the awards, which meant that there was no shortage of jokes, musical numbers or costume changes. Here, he dressed like none other than Sir Elton John.
Fallon opened the show with a big musical number (you know, because Glee was such a huge deal) and even got slushied by Coach Sue Sylvester (a.k.a. Jane Lynch).
He sang "Born to Run" alongside everyone from Tina Fey to Jon Hamm and told Kate Gosselin that she couldn't join his glee club. Oh, and Randy Jackson also showed up to play guitar with him. Times were simpler then.
2010 was a time when we were all mad about Mad Men, and the actresses who starred in it. January Jones, Elizabeth Moss, young Kiernan Shipka and Christina Hendricks posed for a photo together.
Some things never change, like Emily Blunt and John Krasinski being serious couple goals.
Breaking Bad and breaking hearts! Costars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul goofed off with their Emmy statuettes.
Claire Danes was practically glowing after winning the award for outstanding lead actress in a limited series or movie for playing the titular character in Temple Grandin.
Hollywood's most eligible bachelor (he wouldn't meet Amal until 2013!) George Clooney was honored with the Bob Hope Humanitarian Award.
Longtime loves Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeld walked the carpet together, five years before they would part ways.
Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick cuddled up on the carpet ahead of Sedgwick taking home the Emmy for lead actress in a drama series for her work on The Closer.
Kristen Wiig was nominated that year for best supporting actress in a comedy series for her work on Saturday Night Live. To be honest, we are bummed she didn't show up dressed as the Target Lady or Gilly.
Lauren Graham, then starring in her new series Parenthood, rocked a colorblock gown to present an award at the event.
Benson and Stabler reunited on the red carpet! Just kidding, it's Mariska Hargitay and Christopher Meloni.
Oh, how the cast of Modern Family has grown since 2010! The show was nominated for a whopping 14 awards, winning six, including outstanding comedy series.
The Office star Steve Carrell and his wife, Nancy, posed on the red carpet together before taking their seats. Carrell was nominated for lead actor in a comedy series for his role as Michael Scott.
Tina Fey, who was nominated for three awards (all for 30 Rock) that year, stunned in an Oscar de la Renta gown.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson made it a black and white affair.
Sykes, who was nominated twice that year, sparkled and shined on the carpet of the 2010 Emmys.
And of course, Betty White was there to make a cameo in the show's opening (coaching Jon Hamm in the art of sexy dancing, naturally) and to win outstanding guest actress in a comedy series for her turn hosting Saturday Night Live