The all-singing, all-dancing series, about a high school show choir, saw off competition from sitcoms Community, Modern Family and The Middle to take home the prize.
Jane Lynch, who plays Glee's acid-tongued cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester, was given the Makes Me Laugh Just By Showing Up honour, while Kristin Chenoweth was named the Guest Star We Wish Stayed Around Longer for her cameo.
True Blood lovers Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer were named the Sexiest TV Couple, while their co-star Alexander Skarsgard's vampire role earned him the Best Performance of a Non-Human Character statue.
The ceremony, held in San Diego, California to coincide with Comic-Con 2010, also saw former Lost star Daniel Dae Kim accept the Saddest Goodbye trophy for the desert island drama, which went off the air in May (10).
Kim was also victorious - he was named the Actor We Can't Wait to See Back on TV ahead of his role as Chin Ho Kelly on the upcoming Hawaii Five-O remake.
Montag is so thrilled with her buxom new look after having work done on her nose, chin, ears, eyebrows, cheeks and breasts - and she's already thinking about her next trip to the cosmetic surgeon.
She has told pals she wants size H breasts, "for Heidi", but she'll have to find a new surgeon to upgrade her Fs - her doctor, Frank Ryan, has refused to conduct any more operations on the 23 year old.
He says, "With me, she won't go bigger. Another doctor may do it, but I won't."
Most people have a body part or two they wish were different, and apparently celebrity body parts are the standard upon which many would place their dream nose, or lips, or eyes, or...
Dr. Richard Fleming and Dr. Toby Mayer of the Beverly Hills Institute of Aesthetic & Reconstructive Surgery took a survey of 1,500 of their female patients, and according to People magazine this is what they found women most wanted:
Halle Berry's cheeks
Heather Graham's eyes
Heather Locklear's nose
Denise Richards' lips
Britney Spears' body
Fleming admits, however, these celebrity features may be just a passing trend.
"Our patients' beauty ideals appear to have been based on which particular actors are considered the latest and the greatest," he says.
After all, Nicole Kidman took first place for most-coveted nose last year, but placed second behind Locklear this year.
Still, Fleming says, "there is a limit" as to how much reconstructive surgery can be done on certain individuals.
"If Roseanne Barr comes in and wants to look like Britney Spears, I don't care; it's just not possible," he says.
Here's how the men were lined up:
Brad Pitt's eyes
Benicio del Toro's lips
Johnny Depp's jaw
Russell Crowe's chin
Will Smith's body
Actor Brad Renfro returned to a Broward County, Fla., court Tuesday after he was ordered last week to undergo drug and alcohol testing.
Renfro, who violated his probation in May when he was arrested for underage drinking in Knoxville, Tenn., tested negative. He was on probation after he tried to steal a yacht last year in Fort Lauderdale.
Renfro did not have much to say in the proceedings, which lasted about three minutes.
"Stay the course and everything will work out fine," Judge Ronald J. Rothschild told the scruffy looking Renfro after asking him to remove his hands from his pockets.
Rothschild delayed his decision until September so that Renfro could resolve the Tennessee case. He did order Renfro to undergo monthly drug and alcohol testing.
The 18-year-old actor was arrested in August when he and a friend tried to steal the 45-foot yacht from Holiday Harbor in Fort Lauderdale.
They damaged the stern of the vessel when they forgot to untie the docking lines. A judge sentenced Renfro to two years' probation in January and ordered him to pay over $4,000 in repairs.
Renfro was in Fort Lauderdale at the time shooting Bully, a film about a group of Florida teens who lure a school bully to a swamp and beat him to death. The film, based on a real incident, is an adaptation of a 1998 Jim Schulze novel. It opened Friday in limited release.
Renfro missed the film's premiere to make his Thursday and Tuesday court appearances.
Teen actor Brad Renfro returned to a Broward County, Fla., court Thursday for violating his probation, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports. Renfro was arrested in Knoxville, Tenn., in May on a charge of underage drinking.
A judge sentenced Renfro to two years' probation in January and ordered him to pay more than $4,000 for repairs to a yacht that he and a friend tried to steal in August. Renfro, who was in Fort Lauderdale at the time working on the film Bully, was accused of trying to drive a yacht from a dock in Holiday Harbor, but damaged the vessel after neglecting to untie the lines.
The hearing will resume Tuesday after Renfro undergoes drug and alcohol testing.
In Bully, a group of Florida teens lure a school bully to a swamp and beat him to death after growing tired of being picked on. The film, based on a real incident, opened Friday in limited theaters.
In tribute to Xena, we offer her battle cry: Ai-yi-yi-yi-yi!
Xena, in true, glorious, warrior fashion perished June 23 battling the mighty forces of evil.
This might not be the ultimate end for Xena, as she's defeated death no less than four times before. Most notably, Xena was once crucified by the Romans, sent to Hell, but was returned to the living through the healing force of love. This time, unfortunately, her demise does seem more permanent, as her body was riddled with arrows and Xena was beheaded in a selfless act of martyrdom.
Xena led a full life. She was at the siege of Troy, helped Moses find his tablets of stone, aided David in slaying Goliath, became intimate with Julius Caesar, and even runs into the Knights of the Round Table. Xena also was widely traveled for a woman who only had access to ships and horses, as Xena even managed to visit India, China and, fatally, Japan.
Xena was raised as the daughter of Cyrene and Atrius. A native of Amphipolis, a fairly large village in Thrace, Xena had a typically boisterous relationship with her brothers and worked with her mother in the family tavern.
Xena believed that her father, Atrius, abandoned the family when Xena was young, but later learned that Cyrene killed him to prevent him from murdering Xena. Evidence Xena later uncovers suggests that Ares, the God of War, may be her true father.
Xena's first true love was Petracles. They were soon betrothed, but Petracles left her to take up the life of a warlord. Bitterness toward men and distaste for close relationships was all that was left for Xena, abandoned for a second time by the man in her life.
This second abandonment by an important man in her life left Xena with a certain bitterness toward men, and a distaste for close relationships in general, something that would only change once Xena met her true soul mate, Gabrielle.
Young Xena's life changed when the warlord Cortese attacked Amphipolis. Since no one else would stand up to the raiders, Xena and her younger brother Lyceus gathered an army. They defeated the raiders, but Lyceus and many of the villagers were killed in the process. Xena was blamed for their deaths and was ostracized.
Xena found solace in the strength that war gave her, and soon gave in completely to her dark side, fighting solely for bloodlust and the love of power.
In her ensuing battles, from Chin to Britannia, she encountered two people who would profoundly influence her life, M'Lila and Lao Ma. These two powerful women offered Xena skills to aid her in battle against her enemies and, ultimately more importantly, the power to control her own dark side. Unfortunately, Xena chose not to heed the subtler aspects of her mentors' teachings-until much later.
Xena then made her way to Central Asia, where she joined forces with the Russian warrior Borias, and they quickly became mates. Borias' death made her realize she'd become what she loathed, and having just given birth to a son she chose the Centaurs to raise her child. Xena didn't set eyes on Solan for almost a decade, nor does Solan know that his mother is Xena, even now.
Though the spark of goodness remained in her, it took the help of Hercules soon after, who had become her friend, for Xena to finally understand what her acts had done to others and to herself. Armed with that knowledge Xena became determined to redeem herself through noble acts.
Since then, she relied a great deal on her best friend and companion, Gabrielle--not to mention Argo, her faithful horse--as she endeavored to restore her soul by dedicating herself to fighting for the Greater Good.
The struggle did not go easily, for many of the gods and many of the mortals refused to recognize the changes she made in her life.
Xena also faced many obstacles on her path to redemption: she died four times previously and was inadvertently put on ice for 25 years. The last event prevented her from raising her daughter, Eve, and indirectly brought about the Twilight of the Greek Gods.
At times, certain individuals even tempted her to return to her old ways. Luckily, with the help of Gabrielle (and the memories of M'Lila and Lao Ma), she managed to avoid that fate.
Other adventures on her self-motivated path to improvement led Xena to meet Ulysses, inspire the Hippocratic oath, join Beowulf, defeat Caligula in a chariot race and expose Cleopatra's murders--Brutus and Marc Antony. Xena also revisited her past as a Valkyrie.
Recently, Xena and Gabrielle had endured a terrible rift in their relationship. But the two managed to survive the lies and the betrayal, emerging with a bond even stronger than before. Xena and Gabrielle shared a love that few have ever experienced.
Gabrielle, who has chosen to hold a private ceremony, survives Xena.
A statement from Xena's family sums up her life perfectly: "The Warrior Princess [led] a grim life laced with fear and hatred and goodness and hope. A lesser woman may not have survived the plights that have befallen this village girl from Thrace. Only Xena had the strength of will and heart to escape the dark path that was leading her straight to Tartarus."