"Glee" won top TV honors at the Golden Globe Awards on January 17, taking home the award for best musical or comedy television series over such veteran shows as "The Office," "30 Rock" and "Entourage". "Thank you to the Hollywood Foreign Press and Miss Barbra Streisand," said "Glee" creator Ryan Murphy during his acceptance speech, as the cast celebrated behind him. "We would like to thank all the wonderful people who actually thought a musical would work on primetime televsion."

Though "Glee" won the biggest award in its category, it lost the other three awards for which its cast members were nominated. Leah Michele ceded best actress in a musical or comedy series to Toni Colette from "The United States of Tara," while Chloe Sevigny of "Big Love" won best supporting actress over Jane Lynch. Matthew Morrison, who earlier this week inked a label deal with Mercury Records, lost in the best actor category to Alec Baldwin of "30 Rock."

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