Best Moment at the Emmys: 'Glee' Does Springsteen

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You didn't have to watch the entire three-hour telecast of the Emmy awards last night to see the ceremony's most memorable moment. The most exciting part of the show was its opening number, when host Jimmy Fallon, the cast of Glee, and assorted other nominees and TV stars (Tina Fey! Jon Hamm! Betty White!) did a rendition of Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run":



Remote Patrolled highlights this clip plus other noteworthy moments from the ceremony. Read the full story at Remote Patrolled.

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