Jimmy Fallon, 'Glee' Cast Sing Springsteen at Emmys

Jimmy Fallon, Tina Fey, and the cast of "Glee" give a powerhouse performance of Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run" during the primetime Emmy Awards in L.A. on Aug. 29.

"Glee" stole the show before winning even one Emmy.

Jimmy Fallon opened up Sunday's show with a "Glee" skit that featured the Fox show's stars -- and Tina Fey, Kate Gosselin, Jon Hamm, Betty White and "American Idol's" Randy Jackson, among others.

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The clip opened with Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Amber Reilly and Chris Colfer telling Fallon they couldn't afford the $1,200 for four tickets to the Emmys (the show and its stars were nominated for 19). Fallon decides they'll make their own "Glee" group to win regionals, and they run through the high school looking for members. They first encounter Tina Fey, who joins the group.

Next they see Kate Gosselin, who was wearing the red dress and long hair extensions she donned in her Lady Gaga "Paparazzi" dance on "Dancing With the Stars." They turn her down, saying, "We already have way too many people!"

The group also runs into "Mad Men's" John Hamm, who is getting dance instructions from Betty White. As Colfer lingers, White snaps, "What the hell are you looking at?"

Jane Lynch, who plays cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester on "Glee" (and earned an Emmy for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series early in the show), then gets in the group's way by throwing a slushee on Fey and Fallon -- a typical slam on the show. The gang dances through the high school in a taped scene and then bursts into the stage live, singing Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run."

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