While Gwyneth Paltrow, Justin Timberlake and others celebrated their Emmy wins this weekend and Amy Smart tied the knot, there would be more to commemorate as the weekend came to an end. On the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, celebs paid their respects to those who lost their lives and the heroes who saved so many.
• Remembering 9/11: Sarah McLachlan sang soulful renditions of "I Will Remember You" and "Angels" at the Flight 93 National Memorial dedication Saturday. Meanwhile, celebs like Kim Kardashian, Joe Jonas and Diddy tweeted tributes to those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
• Creative Arts Emmys: Justin Timberlake and Gwyneth Paltrow nabbed Emmys at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles Saturday for their guest stints on Saturday Night Live and Glee, respectively. Meanwhile, Jeff Probst, one of many who walked the carpet, took home his fourth-straight Emmy for Reality or Reality-Competition host.
• Just Married: Amy Smart tied the knot with HGTV Carter Can star Carter Oosterhouse Saturday in Traverse City, Michigan.
• Tribute for a Gladiator: Actor Andy Whitfield, star of Spartacus: Blood and Sand, died of non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. He was 39.
• Family Ties: Jermaine Jackson made an attempt to clean up his story after telling the London Times that if Michael Jackson would've been convicted of child molestation back in 2005 they had a plan in action for the King of Pop to flee to Bahrain.
• New York Fashion Week: Christian Siriano debuted his Spring 2012 collection in New York City, which he said was inspired by sea creatures, corals and Katharine Hepburn. Also on hand for New York Fashion Week were LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian, who attended Monique Lhuillier's show with Mandy Moore and Rose McGowan, among others.
• Roasted Warlock: Ex-wife Brooke Mueller was by Charlie Sheen's side at his Comedy Central roast Saturday night as he got, well, skewered by the likes of Mike Tyson, comedian Jeffrey Ross, Jon Lovitz and more.
• Infectious Box Office: Thriller flick Contagion grabbed the top spot in this weekend's box office with $23.1 million, followed by The Help at $8.7 million and Warrior at $5.6 million.
• Sad News: Oscar Winner and Spider-Man actor Cliff Robertson died of natural causes at Stony Brook University Medical Center on Long Island Saturday at the age of 88.
• Great Balls of Fire: Jack Nicholson's Hollywood Hills home caught fire Friday evening while his friend (and current tenant) was sleeping inside. Actor William Tynan escaped unscathed, but the home was almost completely destroyed.