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'Glee', Blondie and More Honored at 2010 TV Land Awards

April 19, 2010 (2:12 am) GMT
'Glee' was honored for being a show with originality that will span the decades to become an influence on future generations.

Faces from the TV and music world gathered on Saturday, April 17 to celebrate honors being handed out at TV Land Awards. was in hand to present Deborah Harry with Icon Award for 's contribution to music and pop culture. The band later performed two songs during the ceremony.

was also present to receive the Anniversary Award which he shared with Peter Scolari, Donna Dixon, Thelma Hopkins and . They were celebrating the 30th anniversary of '80s sitcom "Bossom Buddies". Equally reuniting were the cast of "Everybody Loves Raymond" who were given the Impact Award for their contribution to TV history.

The classic ensemble of "Charlie's Angels" were handed Pop Culture Award. Cheryl Ladd and were present on behalf of who received a special tribute. Mel Brooks brought home Legend Award for his work in "Get Smart", "The Producers", and others.

Relatively new show "" was honored Future Classic Award while "The Love Boat" was handed Fan Favorite Award.

The gala will be aired on TV Land on Sunday, April 25.



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