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July 16, 2011  | by: Kiara Wright

Lady Gaga

The world could never have too much Lady Gaga. No stranger to all forms of media, Gaga’s HBO Special Monster’s Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden earned five Emmy Award nominations, boosting HBO’s ratings above the roof. Gaga’s award nominations include Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special; Outstanding Directing; Outstanding Technical Direction/Camerawork/Video Control; Outstanding Picture Editing and Outstanding Lighting Design.

Music bad boy and funny man Justin Timberlake also nabbed  three nominations for his comical appearance in May on Saturday Night Live. His nominations include Outstanding Guest Actor and two for the Outstanding Original Music category with his “Not Gonna Sing Tonight” monologue tune and his Lonely Island team-up for which he paired up with Gaga.

Lastly, everyone’s favorite odd balls, “Glee earned 10…that’s right, 10 nominations! The show received more nominations than any other television program and artist combined. News of the shows favorite cast members saying their final goodbyes with the close of the season didn’t stop this mega hit from doing it big. Some of the nominations include Best Comedy Series and Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.

The Emmy Awards is scheduled to air September 18. With “Glee” superstar Jane Lynch as host, this should definitely be a show to remember.

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