Justin Timberlake Wins Two More Emmys

Singer takes home awards for hosting 'Saturday Night Live'

September 12, 2011 8:55 AM ET
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Justin Timberlake won two Creative Emmys on Saturday for his appearance on the season finale of Saturday Night Live back in May. The singer won the award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for hosting the show and shared an award for co-writing the original song used in his monologue that night.

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Timberlake, who was not on hand to accept the trophies, has won two other Emmys for his work on Saturday Night Live. In 2007, he accepted an award with Lonely Island for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for "Dick in a Box," and in 2009 he took home the Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for hosting the show that year.

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