Justin Timberlake Snags Creative Arts Emmys For 'SNL'
Justin Timberlake added to his growing Emmy collection Saturday night with two wins at the Creative Arts Emmys: Guest Actor in a Comedy Series -- for his hosting duties on the "Saturday Night Live" finale back in May -- and for co-writing his opening "SNL" monologue song, loosely titled "Not Gonna Sing" (watch below).
"Saturday Night Live" has proven to be a solid platform for Timberlake, who won outstanding original music lyrics for "D**k in a Box" (alongside the Lonely Island) at 2007's Creative Arts Emmys. In 2009, Timberlake's "SNL" hosting duties won him the award for Guest Actor in a Comedy Series.
SNL's Seth Meyers accepted Timberlake's awards at the Nokia Theater in downtown Los Angeles.
Gwyneth Paltrow also won for her guest-starring role as Holly Holliday on "Glee" at the Creative Arts Emmys.
(Additional reporting by Sofia M. Fernandez, The Hollywood Reporter.)