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The Tweets Heard Round Hollywood

The Tweets Heard Round Hollywood

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With top nominees including Glee, Modern Family, and Dancing With the Stars, this year's Emmys promise to be as gay as high tea at the Pines. This being 2010, the gay and gay-friendly nominees took to Twitter to air their joy after the honors were announced Wednesday morning. Their excitement is infectious -- better start planning your party; the svelte statuettes will be handed out August 29 in Los Angeles, with the ceremony airing live on ABC.


-- Adam Shankman on his nominations for directing and choreographing the 82nd Annual Academy Awards.

-- Kathy Griffin, star of My Life on the D-list, nominated for outstanding reality show.

-- Chris Colfer, nominated for best supporting actor for his portrayal of gay teen Kurt on Glee.


-- Lesbian comedy writer Carol Leifer, the inspiration for Seinfeld's Elaine character, was nominated for writing the 82nd Annual Academy Awards.


-- Ryan Seacrest, nominated for his hosting duties on American Idol, is also the executive producer of Emmy-nominated Food Revolution.

-- Lea Michele of Glee, whose nomination for lead actress in a comedy series was one of the show's 19 nods.


-- Eric Stonestreet, nominated for best supporting actor in a comedy series for his portrayal of gay dad Cameron on Modern Family.


-- Mia Michaels on her nomination for best choreography on the reality competition So You Think You Can Dance.

-- Matthew Morrison, nominated for outstanding lead actor in a comedy series for his performance as teacher Will Schuester on Glee.


-- Rihanna on her collaboration with Andy Samberg, which was nominated for outstanding original music and lyrics.


-- Out actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson, nominated for best supporting actor in a comedy series for his portrayal of gay dad Mitchell on Modern Family.


-- Will Arnett, thanking 30 Rock writer Kay Cannon and congratulating her on her Emmy nomination. Arnett himself was nominated for playing gay schemester Devon Banks on the sitcom.
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