Justin Timberlake won an Emmy Saturday at the 2009 Creative Arts Emmys, in the category of outstanding guest actor in a comedy series for his hosting stint on "Saturday Night Live"—beating out veteran actors like Steve Martin, Alan Alda, and Beau Bridges.

The Creative Arts Emmy Awards focus more on technical categories - like music, cinematography and art direction - than the Primetime Emmy Awards, which focus on lead acting, writing and directing.

Other winners included:

"The Kennedy Center Honors" won for outstanding variety, music or comedy special. The show was a George Stevens Jr. presentation for Kennedy Center Television Productions, Inc. on CBS.

William Ross, for outstanding music direction, for "Streisand: The Concert" on CBS; Joe LoDuca for outstanding music composition for a series (original dramatic score) for the syndicated "Legend of the Seeker" episode "Prophecy" and Howard Goodall for outstanding music composition for a miniseries, movie or a special (original dramatic score) for HBO's "Into the Storm"; John Williams for outstanding original main title theme music for PBS' "Great Peformances." It is Williams' third Emmy.

Overall, "American Idol" won three awards; the "2008 MTV Video Music Awards" won one and "The 51st Grammy Awards" won one. The "81st Annual Academy Awards'" Rob Ashford won for outstanding choreography for its musical sequence, "Musicals Are Back" and "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" won for outstanding special class short-format, live-action entertainment program. "Wizards of Waverely Place" won for outstanding children's program.

Eighty two total Emmys were handed out on Saturday; Kathy Griffin hosted the show.

The 2009 Creative Arts Emmys were taped at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles and will be aired on Friday, Sept. 18 on E! Entertainment Television; the Primetime Emmys will air on Sunday, Sept. 20 on CBS. For complete list of winner, please see emmys.tv