I love when Eve takes Candid photos, although I do wish she’s give up the cigs.


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It Was A Foregone Conclusion...

Natalie Portman Wins Best Actress S.A.G for Her Role as Nina Sayers in Black Swan.
2 Awards Won and only Oscar is left!
Didn’t I tell you that Natalie Portman gave the best performance of 2010?
Look it’s about great acting, it’s NOT about only wanting something to win because it concerns Lesbian or Gay themes. Frankly if The Kids Are All Right hadn’t devoted so much time pandering to heterosexual males (Yes I know the lesbian scene in Black Swan was intended to do the same thing). Maybe the writer/director would have had more time to flesh out the female characters more realistically.

Sure I know my gloating makes URBAN Sapphic one of the more disliked lesbian themed blogs.  That is because I tell the truth and don’t post just to gain teenage lesbian followers.

More Congrats to:
Betty White
Betty White
Betty White accepts the award for best female actor in a comedy series for "Hot in Cleveland" at the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, Jan. 30, 2011 in Los Angeles. In background is presenter Jon Hamm. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

Modern Family-Best Ensemble Cast in a Comedy Series

International Beauties



The Woman Who Captured My Heart

She is the one who brought the love of Ballet to me.

Natalie Portman may win the Best Actress Oscar and she may have done her own dancing in Black Swan, but Murphy is the REAL Deal!

As Odette:

As Odile (The Black Swan):

Patricia Velásquez Launches Hair Care Line


Patricia Velásquez is becoming a beauty entrepreneur. On Feb. 9, she's officially launching Taya, a hair care collection that incorporates sustainably harvested ingredients from the rain forest.

Patricia looked to her personal heritage in titling the collection. Taya means "I am" in the dialect of the indigenous Wayuú people, whose traditional beauty recipes inspired the formulas. In a statement, she said, "I wanted every person that uses the indigenous botanicals and generational recipes embodied in Taya's formulations to feel the energy of the rain forest, and feel a part of it, and to experience what for me is our source of life, spirit, and replenishment." http://colombia.indymedia.org/uploads/2007/10/belleza_wayuu_patricia_velasquez.jpg

If you are indeed eager to feel the energy of the rain forest, you can peruse the goods on HSN.com now. (I  haven't tried them out yet, but you have to admit, Patricia has always had gorgeous hair.)


David Letterman said it Tuesday evening and not since Marion Cotillard immersed herself in the character of Edith Piaf have I seen an actress perform in a role where she transcended and became the character she portrayed.

Granted Natalie Portman is no Marion Cotillard and even Marion hasn’t been able to replicate her stellar performance as Edith Piaf the artist who was consumed by her excesses.

But Natalie did immerse herself in the role of Nina, Sure it didn’t hurt that she studied dance for 9 years, or even took Ballet for a year prior to filming Black Swan. She did a lot of her own dancing:

A major improvement over Jennifer Beals in Flash Dance, heck Jennifer didn’t do any of the dancing (Marine Jahan was the dancer). Beals didn‘t even ride the bicycle in Flash Dance. So why do lesbians love her so much?

Anyway back to Natalie.  You Tube is being deluged with fan vids from Black Swan. Check out Natalie Portman’s dancing.


It’s ALMOST a done deal...

If Natalie Portman aces the Best Actress award at the Screen Actor’s Guild Awards Sunday February 30th then she is 2 steps closer to Oscar.  Because let’s be honest, although I think Annette Bening is swell and admire her taking on a lesbian role, well isn’t it a sad fact that G.L.A.A.D is so desperate for any type of GLBT representation that it wouldn’t have mattered if Bening performed with shyt smeared all over her face because G.L.A.A.D was going to sing the praises of The Kids Are All Right even if the kids were members of Westboro Baptist Church. Granted my criticism of Black Swan was in how lily white the movie was.  But the story, the sequencing, the tension were palpable and made it a great movie nonetheless.
So “it's not too big of a surprise that "Black Swan" earned five Oscar nominations including Best Picture, Best Actress (Natalie Portman), and Best Director (Darren Aronofsky). Portman had already won significant recognition for her role in the ballet thriller at the Golden Globes, the Independent Spirit Awards and 10 regional critics' awards associations. So while her first Academy Award nomination may not have been unexpected, the actress says she's humbled by the honor.” MTV
You shouldn’t be Natalie, you gave a powerhouse performance in Black Swan.
Natalie We Haven’t Forgotten:
It’s YOUR turn.

Too Cool....

I couldn't help but notice how much Masuimi reminds me of  Cool World's character Lonette.



Ahhh SWEET...

Youth.  Tonight 10PM on MTV

Naah, older lesbians do the same thing...

Directed & photographed by david j dowling starring: natalie morales & brit morgan

From Feromoon

Internationally Reknown for films such as Inland Empire, Mullholland Drive  and TV series Twin Peaks. David Lynch tries his hand at making music and decided to ask his fans to contribute by making their own clips to go with the electronic sounds he's cooked up.
Lusciously Lesbian
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Lisbeth Salander ain’t got NOTHIN’ on…


I guess after spending time online, dealing with immature males who tweet me calling me “cunt, “b*tch” and worse when I see a movie where a character like Lisbeth Salander kicks the asses (both physically  and legally) of the men who ravaged her, well it’s sort of cathartic.

But sh*t  even Lisbeth wouldn’t go as far as the character Jennifer Hill did in the 2010 remake of the 1978 movie: I Spit On Your Grave, which remains to this day one of the most controversial films ever made, and certainly one of the most hated. Released in the time of the explosion of shocker and exploitation flicks in the late 70’s, the film featured graphic violence and a 45 minute rape scene which is the main focus of the movie.
I’m a fan of thriller movies, but like High Tension, I.S.O.Y.G has little to do with horror and more to do with visceral unrelenting violence.
First the violence is perpetrated against our protagonist Jennifer Hill, a writer who retreats to a cabin in the woods for a little R&R only to be attacked and raped by a group of men, and when she recovers she exacts her revenge on them. 

Therein lies the rub, where as any decent life honoring human being may feel an ounce of sympathy for Jennifer’s victims, considering the level of brutality perpetrated against them, (even after they brutalized her) Jennifer doesn’t.
In one scene after she has escaped her captors and devised her complex revenge consisting of modalities so torturous they are medieval in conceptualization. Jennifer cradles one of the attackers she encounters, his head on her lap, as he cries and expresses his profound sorrow.
She reaches behind her, grabs a rope and starts to strangle him, eventually dragging him off-screen by the neck while saying “Sometimes…Sorry isn’t enough.”

That’s relatively mild as the revenge methods tick up in brutality and include fish hooks to keep another attacker’s eyes open, smearing him with fish innards and leaving him to the arriving crows (he couldn’t escape he was secured to a tree, accomplished after being knocked out with a bat).

As I squirmed and winced, watching this movie through eyes shielded by fingers. I kept wondering why I continue watching I.S.O.Y.G even though repulsed.

This is why:
How many times have I heard: “That’ll show her!” but more disturbing is the notion that many young males don’t believe they should be behaving in such a manner but are nonetheless motivated by how other males perceive them. When the tables turn as they almost always invariably do and Jennifer started her killing spree” I as the viewer was as much into seeing Jennifer get closure as the character is.

If as a viewer you remained attuned to this film, you will feel a sense of relief when Jennifer starts to wreak her final act of revenge you see she maintains her humanity nonetheless when she encounters the young daughter of one of her attackers.

I give: I Spit On Your Grave a B- . I Spit On Your Grave is graphic in the depiction of violence against women. So disturbing that  I skipped past much of the initial attack on Jennifer.

How is this not the BEST movie of 2010?

I’ve seen fan made videos made where you can tell they struggled trying to reinterpret it into a happy lesbian ending.  We saw it in the fan vid for High Tension because the viewers wanted Marie to save Alex and be the hero. That was a difficult exercise considering the amount of blood and gore in that film, or the Jorja Fox/Marg Helgenberger fan videos where they tried to make a lesbian romance story arc where none existed. 
Black Swan is simply awesome in the multiple interpretations that can be derived from that movie without relying on imagination to fill in the blanks caused by insufficient scenes (Lesbians are known for imagining better endings). We developed such a talent after making up better scenarios during 6 years of crappy L Word episodes.

However Black Swan filled in the blanks for us, giving us just enough needed scenes. This is one such interpretation:

Nina & Lily are the New Luce & Rachel

See you don’t need dicks, dildos or vibrators to be a good movie and unlike real life Natalie Portman didn’t sleep with any man in the movie. Now whether Nina Sayers was lesbian is left to interpretation, because in the scene where Tomas  kisses her, Nina bites him (rejection) then later accepts his false advances only to be let down.  Finally Nina gives him a long kiss at the end of “Odile’s Coda” almost as a “Thank You” for releasing her inner Black Swan” as opposed to anything else.

Y’all know I am not a fan of promoting Bisexuality.  See when opposite sexes sleep together it’s heterosexual and when same sex sleep together it’s homosexual. There are only 2 sexes so unless you have both sets of genitals how, so how can one be bisexual?
Most lesbians were turned off by The Kids Are All Right, due to it’s heterosexual sub story.  There is NO intellectualizing it.  The movie wasn’t about “Family.” It was about one woman and one man  destroying a long term lesbian relationship.

How awesome was Black Swan?!

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Report: Another Teen Commits Suicide After Facebook Taunts

The Madness has to stop now! Whether or not you are Lesbian or Gay: Don’t worry about what other children think about you. They don’t know anything anyway, they are ignorant children. Editor

By Advocate.com Editors


Kameron Jacobsen, a 14-year-old from Orange County, New York, took his own life because of Facebook taunts about his perceived sexual orientation, according to sources.

Fox 5 News
reports on the loss of Jacobsen, a freshman at Monroe Woodbury High School in the northern edges of the New York metropolitan area. His death follows another suicide of a junior on the football team less than two weeks ago.

Facebook issued a statement about the incidents, according to Fox 5 News.

"We are deeply saddened by the tragic deaths of these students, and our hearts go out to their family and friends,” said Facebook. “These cases serve as a painful reminder of how people can help others who are either bullied or show signs of distress on Facebook. We encourage them to notify us, and we work with third party support groups including the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to reach out to people who may need help. Our Safety Center also contains resources on how to help people who are in danger of harming themselves. These deaths are a loss to many, and it's critical that we all work together to give hope to teens who may be feeling similarly."

Watch the report.


So much  for not posting daily…Oh Well

Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical: Natalie Portman.  I LOVE Fan edits and Black Swan is certainly inspiring some cutting edge creations. Enjoy:

Even If Annette Bening wins the Academy Award (Based on the Sympathy Vote) Natalie Portman is undeniably still the better actress this year.

Simple Equation


rosa_acosta-1Rosa Acosta


Amber-RoseAmber Rose



The Hottest Fake(?)

Lesbian couple of 2011


Here We GO…..

This will be my first really long post.  Done in the spirit of eliminating the need to post  daily.
But First:
Quick Bits:

Kate Moss breaks boundaries.

by Jul on January 18, 2011

Those in the GLBT community will see this as ‘no biggie,’ but Kate Moss is blazing fire as she graces the cover of LOVE magazine with a cover photo of her kissing a well-known transgender model, Lea T.
Kate has had her struggles, but in the end, she’s coming out on the right side of the issues and using her position to crash down some boundaries.
Anne Hathaway ‘Gleefully’ a lesbian aunt
by Jul on January 18, 2011
When Anne appears it will be only the 2nd epsiode of Glee that I’ve watched.  The 1st being the episode with Gwyneth Paltrow, but unfortunately, although Hathaway’s not a lesbian in real life, she’s seemingly overjoyed to play one on television. Anne Hathaway will be joining the cast of Glee for a guest spot as a lesbian aunt to Kurt.
If that isn’t enough to make you love her, she’s actually quit the Catholic Church after her brother came out as gay…saying “Why should I support an organization that has a limited view of my beloved brother?” More importantly why support an organization that covers up sexual abuse of children?!

Amber Rose may be with us (not really) and it’s about time.

by Jul on January 16, 2011
Even if not true and a publicity stunt, I’d rather see Amber Rose as a FAKE lesbian than trifling’ Nikki Minaj.
After dating Kanye, Amber Rose has apparently decided to try something new and actually hot. According to the Mail Online, Amber was spotted kissing music video model, Rosa Acosta, after having a nice dinner for two. Clearly, she’s moved up in the world.
The Prettiest Little Liar and Friends:

No No Mrs. Fields and other script issues in PLL.
I know, I know I’ve waited a Loooong time before posting on MAE and I apologize profusely. I was enamored with Natalie’s performance in Black  Swan, then stunned by her pregnancy and finally repulsed by the knowledge that she stole or was seduced by her fiancé, who is doing the 21st Century thing by knocking up a wealthy woman in hopes of marrying her.
Do you remember the episode where Maya attends dinner at Emily’s? She told a story of how her parents were married after she and a sibling were born. This shocked Emily’s morally delusional mother.

So I’m wondering how, after Emily’s mom finds pot in Maya’s backpack and reports the girl to her parents.
What I;m wondering is why Maya’s family would sent her to a strict “Juve” reform place? What’s with the histrionics lady? Chill.
Clearly in the original story it was Emily who was sent away so couldn’t the writers think of a better way to remove Maya from the picture?
We’re NOT going to see Maya again until the end of the season so burn these images into your brain:
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Ladies Start Your Engines: The Race for Oscar is ON.
Although it may be premature to predict that Portman and Bening are locked in as nominees for best actress until after the BAFTA and SAG awards it seems pretty much seems a done deal that these two will go head to head.
So what will tilt the Academy in Portman’s favor? Well the fact that a DVD Screener version of Black Swan was leaked onto the internet a mere two days after the movie opened nationwide certainly helped to generate buzz for the movie.  The same was done for the movie Blue Valentine but there is not much buzz for that movie. Kids didn’t appear online until months after its release.
Or, the fact that Natalie Portman actually studied dance from ages 3 to 12 and again for 1 year studying Ballet for her role as Nina the Ballerina with the borderline personality.

If Bening were to win the award, then as I wrote in an earlier post: It will be awarded because of her (Bening) longevity in the business.
I watched The Kids Are All Right but felt that there was so much that was wrong with that movie.
Sure I appreciated the representation of more mature lesbians onscreen and unfortunately as an individual who had also had been in a long term relationship, I too have felt the sting of the directive to “Stay Together,” because I had been with her for so long.”

And that is where the movie fails for me.  The infidelity was bad enough but infidelity of such magnitude with your children's sperm donor no less? Well such behavior is irreparable, and you had been in a long term relationship (over 10 years) then you’d know that.
So when other lesbian websites and blogs cheerlead for this movie, I wonder why? Particularly since they have youthful readers who definitely come to this blog and then like the children they run run back to their babysitters complaining that URBAN Sapphic “burst”  the happily ever after: “Of course your heterosexual affair won’t end our lesbian relationship” dream.
No no no as I wrote before Hollywood has a vested interest in maintaining the illusion that lesbians secretly crave dick.  But actions like that which appeared in Kids, well such behavior causes IRREPARABLE damage to the relationship. If such a relationship, were to continue it would never be the same and would be rife with intense distrust.
Considering the average age of their followers and the supposed maturity of the writers  of such sites like: Dorothy Surrenders and AfterEllen and She Wired.  I believe they have a moral obligation to set an intelligent standard for their readers as to what is acceptable behavior.

A Lot to Cover….

I have decided to reduce my daily postings but when I do post I will cover a lot of topics from now on.
Starting with:
Juliana Margolies in Ghost ship.
Yep “The Good Wife” really had me fooled as the sultry Italian cabaret singer aboard the doomed ship. Song is “Senzafine” Performed by my new favorite singer Monica Mancini. 
Some of my readers know my weakness for Italian women ala:
But Margulies fooled me because she’s actually Austrian and Eastern-European: Hungarian and Romanian.
I liked this movie, it’s kinda like “The Shining 2: Cruise Control”

Actually It Was A…

Pretty Good Movie


2011 Golden Globe Nominees and Winners

Cecil B. DeMille Award


Robert De Niro

Best Motion Picture - Drama

Black Swan
Protozoa Pictures & Cross Creek Pictures & Phoenix; Fox Searchlight Pictures

The Fighter
Paramount Pictures and Relativity Media; Paramount Pictures and Relativity Media

Warner Bros. Pictures UK LTD.; Warner Bros. Pictures

The King's Speech
See-Saw Films and Bedlam Productions; The Weinstein Company


The Social Network
Columbia Pictures; Sony Pictures Releasing

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Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama

Halle Berry – Frankie and Alice

Nicole Kidman – Rabbit Hole

Jennifer Lawrence – Winter's Bone


Natalie Portman – Black Swan

Michelle Williams – Blue Valentine

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Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama

Jesse Eisenberg – The Social Network


Colin Firth – The King's Speech

James Franco – 127 Hours

Ryan Gosling – Blue Valentine

Mark Wahlberg – The Fighter

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Best Motion Picture - Comedy Or Musical

Alice in Wonderland
Walt Disney Pictures; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Screen Gems; Sony Pictures Releasing


The Kids Are All Right
Antidote Films, Mandalay Vision, Gilbert Films; Focus Features

di Bonaventura Pictures; Summit Entertainment

The Tourist
GK Films; Sony Pictures Releasing

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Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy Or Musical


Annette Bening – The Kids Are All Right

Anne Hathaway – Love & Other Drugs

Angelina Jolie – The Tourist

Julianne Moore – The Kids Are All Right

Emma Stone – Easy A

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Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy Or Musical

Johnny Depp – Alice in Wonderland

Johnny Depp – The Tourist


Paul Giamatti – Barney's Version

Jake Gyllenhaal – Love & Other Drugs

Kevin Spacey – Casino Jack

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Best Performance by an Actress In A Supporting Role in a Motion Picture

Amy Adams – The Fighter

Helena Bonham Carter – The King's Speech

Mila Kunis – Black Swan


Melissa Leo – The Fighter

Jacki Weaver – Animal Kingdom

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Best Performance by an Actor In A Supporting Role in a Motion Picture


Christian Bale – The Fighter

Michael Douglas – Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Andrew Garfield – The Social Network

Jeremy Renner – The Town

Geoffrey Rush – The King's Speech

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Best Animated Feature Film

Despicable Me
Universal Pictures, Illumination Entertainment; Universal Pictures

How To Train Your Dragon
DreamWorks Animation; Paramount Pictures

The Illusionist
Django Films, Ciné B and France 3 Cinéma; Sony Pictures Classics

Walt Disney Animation Studios; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures


Toy Story 3
Disney * Pixar; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

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Best Foreign Language Film

Biutiful (Mexico, Spain)
The Country of Mexico and The Country of Spain
Menageatroz, Focus Features International; Roadside Attractions

The Concert (France)
The Country of France
An Oï Oï Oï Productions, Les Productions Du Tresor, France 3 Cinema, Europacorp, Castel Films, Panache Productions, RTBF (Belgian Television), BIM Distrubuzione Co., Canal +, Cinecinema and France 3; The Weinstein Company

The Edge (Russia)
The Country of Russia
(Kpaй) Rock Films, Teleshow, Channel One Russia, with the support of Russian Railways

I Am Love (Italy)
The Country of Italy
(IO SONO L’AMORE) First Sun; Magnolia Pictures


In A Better World (Denmark)
The Country of Denmark
(Hævnen) Zentropa Entertainment; Sony Pictures Classics

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Best Director - Motion Picture

Darren Aronofsky – Black Swan


David Fincher – The Social Network

Tom Hooper – The King's Speech

Christopher Nolan – Inception

David O. Russell – The Fighter

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Best Screenplay - Motion Picture

Simon Beaufoy, Danny Boyle - 127 Hours

Christopher Nolan - Inception

Stuart Blumberg, Lisa Cholodenko - The Kids Are All Right

David Seidler - The King's Speech


Aaron Sorkin - The Social Network

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Best Original Score - Motion Picture

Alexandre Desplat - The King's Speech

Danny Elfman - Alice in Wonderland

A. R. Rahman - 127 Hours


Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross - The Social Network

Hans Zimmer - Inception

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Best Original Song - Motion Picture

"Bound To You" – Burlesque
Music By: Samuel Dixon
Lyrics By: Christina Aguilera and Sia Furler

"Coming Home" – Country Strong
Music & Lyrics By: Bob DiPiero, Tom Douglas, Hillary Lindsey and Troy Verges

"I See The Light" – Tangled
Music By: Alan Menken
Lyrics By: Glenn Slater

"There's A Place For Us" – The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader
Music & Lyrics By: Hillary Lindsey, Carrie Underwood and David Hodges


"You Haven't Seen The Last Of Me" – Burlesque
Music & Lyrics By: Diane Warren

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Best Television Series - Drama


Boardwalk Empire (HBO)
Leverage, Closest to the Hole Productions, Sikelia Productions and Cold Front Productions, HBO Entertainment

Showtime Presents, John Goldwyn Productions, The Colleton Company, Clyde Phillips Productions

The Good Wife (CBS)
CBS Television Studios

Mad Men (AMC)
Lionsgate Television

The Walking Dead (AMC)

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Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series - Drama

Julianna Margulies – The Good Wife (CBS)

Elisabeth Moss – Mad Men (AMC)

Piper Perabo – Covert Affairs


Katey Sagal – Sons Of Anarchy

Kyra Sedgwick – The Closer (TNT)

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Best Performance by an Actor In A Television Series - Drama


Steve Buscemi – Boardwalk Empire (HBO)

Bryan Cranston – Breaking Bad

Michael C. Hall – Dexter (SHOWTIME)

Jon Hamm – Mad Men (AMC)

Hugh Laurie – House (FOX)

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Best Television Series - Comedy Or Musical

30 Rock (NBC)
Universal Media Studios in association with Broadway Video and Little Stranger Inc.

The Big Bang Theory (CBS)
Warner Bros. Television

The Big C (Showtime)
Showtime, Sony Pictures Television, Perkins Street Productions, Farm Kid, Original Film


Glee (FOX)
Ryan Murphy Television, Twentieth Century Fox Television

Modern Family (ABC)
Twentieth Century Fox Television

Nurse Jackie (SHOWTIME)
Showtime, Lionsgate Television, Jackson Group Entertainment, Madison Grain Elevator, Inc. & Delong Lumber, Caryn Mandabach Productions

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Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series - Comedy Or Musical

Toni Collette – United States Of Tara (SHOWTIME)

Edie Falco – Nurse Jackie (SHOWTIME)

Tina Fey – 30 Rock (NBC)


Laura Linney – The Big C (Showtime)

Lea Michele – Glee (FOX)

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Best Performance by an Actor In A Television Series - Comedy Or Musical

Alec Baldwin – 30 Rock (NBC)

Steve Carell – The Office (NBC)

Thomas Jane – Hung (HBO)

Matthew Morrison – Glee (FOX)


Jim Parsons – The Big Bang Theory (CBS)

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Best Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made for Television


Carlos (Sundance C)
Film En Stock and Egoli Tossell Film, Sundance Channel

The Pacific (HBO)
Playtone and DreamWorks in association with HBO Films

Pillars Of The Earth (STARZ)
Starz, Tandem Communications, Muse Entertainment Scott Free Films

Temple Grandin (HBO)
A Ruby Films, Gerson Saines Production, HBO Films

You Don't Know Jack (HBO)
Bee Holder, Cine Mosaic and Levinson/Fontana Productions, HBO Films

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Best Performance by an Actress In A Mini-series or Motion Picture Made for Television

Hayley Atwell – Pillars Of The Earth (STARZ)


Claire Danes – Temple Grandin (HBO)

Judi Dench – Return To Cranford

Romola Garai – Emma

Jennifer Love Hewitt – The Client List

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Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

Idris Elba – Luther

Ian McShane – Pillars Of The Earth (STARZ)


Al Pacino – You Don't Know Jack (HBO)

Dennis Quaid – The Special Relationship

Edgar Ramirez – Carlos (Sundance C)

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Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

Hope Davis – The Special Relationship


Jane Lynch – Glee (FOX)

Kelly MacDonald – Boardwalk Empire (HBO)

Julia Stiles – Dexter (SHOWTIME)

Sofia Vergara – Modern Family (ABC)

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Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

Scott Caan – Hawaii Five-O


Chris Colfer – Glee (FOX)

Chris Noth – The Good Wife (CBS)

Eric Stonestreet – Modern Family (ABC)

David Strathairn – Temple Grandin (HBO)

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