Neil Patrick Harris Wins An Emmy For ‘Glee’ Guest Spot

Becky Bain | August 23, 2010 2:40 pm

Glee‘s reign over the Emmy Awards has already begun—Neil Patrick Harris picked up a golden statue at the Creative Arts Emmys for his hilarious guest-starring performance as Mr. Shue’s high school nemesis Bryan Ryan in the episode “Dream On.” (The show also won Best Sound Editing for “The Power Of Madonna”.) Randy Newman picked up a trophy for writing the music and lyrics to “When I’m Gone” from Monk, and So You Think You Can Dance?‘s Mia Michaels won for choreographing the gorgeous number set to Sara Bareilles’ “Gravity.” Let’s get the ball rolling and start #BritneySpearsEmmy as a trending topic in time for next year’s ceremony.