Betty White Wins Fifth Emmy
Veteran actress Betty White picked up her fifth Emmy on Saturday - walking away with a trophy at the 2010 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards for her work hosting "Saturday Night Live."
The "Golden Girls" favorite has enjoyed a huge career resurgence over the last 12 months, and was the subject of a Facebook.com campaign to get her to front the hit comedy sketch show.
And her fans' dedication was worth it - White won the prize for Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for her appearance on the show in May.
Another host who went home a winner on Saturday was Neil Patrick Harris - he picked up trophies for his work at the 63rd Annual Tony Awards last June, as well as for his guest role on "Glee."
Anne Hathaway's vocal talents won her the award for Voice-Over Performance for her cameo on "The Simpsons," and John Lithgow was the recipient of the honor for Guest Actor in a Drama Series for "Dexter."
Brit cook Jamie Oliver's "Food Revolution" show won the Reality Program prize.
The Creative Arts Emmys is a prelude to the Primetime Emmys, which will take place on August 29, and recognizes technical achievements behind the camera, as well awarding guest stars.
Click for more great Betty White pictures:
Angelina Jolie To Undergo Ovarian Surgery Jennifer Aniston Takes It All Off & Shows Her Sexy Stripper Moves In Hilarious Trailer For 'We're The Millers'