The ceremony, taped Sunday night at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, honored the best and brightest in the world of entertainment, including movies and music, and made for some good TV.
Lionel Richie, who was on hand to receive an Icon Award from Samuel L. Jackson for 40 years in showbiz, performed some of his greatest hits and gave some tongue-in-cheek props to his one-time wild child daughter. "Just surviving 27 years of Nicole Richie...I stand here as a survivor," he joked (we think).
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The showstopper featured host Vanessa Williams warbling the Peter Pan tune "I'm Flying" while classic TV stars Barry Williams, Bernie Kopell, Gary Coleman, JerryMathers, Jimmie "J.J." Walker, Dawn Wells, Alison Arngrim, Ron Palillo and William Katt flew above the crowd dressed as their iconic tube selves.
Other highlights of the evening include:
Timberlake presented his Love Guru costar Mike Myers with the Legacy of Laughter Award after throwing a shout-out to an overeager male audience member who declared his love. "That's OK, nothing wrong with a bit of bromance,” Timberlake said.