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Winners of 6th Annual TV Land Awards Unveiled

June 16, 2008 (2:39 am) GMT
Fulfilling her duty as the host of the 6th annual TV Land Awards, Sunday, June 15, the actress-singer sang "I'm Flying" from the 2003 adventure flick "Peter Pan."
Vanessa Williams

The 6th annual TV Land Awards was a star-studded event Sunday, June 15. The awards show, which was held at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, honored the best movies, and some good TV shows. Singer-songwriter and actress , who served as host, sang "I'm Flying" from the 2003 adventure flick "."

Comedians and Jonathan Winters were among the honorees. Myers received the Lucille Ball-Legacy of Laughter Award from , his co-star in "." Winters, elsewhere, was bestowed the Pioneer Award.

"The Golden Girls" stars Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan and were all presented with the Pop Culture Award. The cast of NBC's sitcom "The Office", including , won the Pop Culture Award.

The 1988-1997 ABC comedy "Roseanne" received the Innovator Award, presented to a series which influence is still felt in television today. The cast; Roseanne Barr, , , Michael Fishman, Martin Mull, , Alicia Goranson and among others, were presented with the award by .

presented with the Icon Award. The singer-songwriter and record producer performed a medley of his greatest hits during the event.

Visit TV Land Awards' official site for the full list of the award winners.

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