So, there were no big upsets. But there were fun moments!
We'd like to think everyone who saw Bret Michaels eat scenery this evening was a winner — but who actually went home with a trophy?
This will be making awards-show–highlights reels for years.
If you're looking for picks for this weekend's Tony winners, 'New York' made them a month ago.
Important awards like Revival of a Play will be cut in favor of a performance by Elle Woods.
Says Jackman: "He's a very funny guy. He shouldn't listen to anything I say."
Yes, another one.
"I can only assume I'm wearing away the cartilage in my knees, being in heels and doing this really strenuous dancing. I don't just pop out of bed anymore."
He's set to host the 2009 Tony Awards next month.
This makes it even easier for Trent Kowalik, Kiril Kulish, and David Alvarez to each win one third of a Tony.
'Billy Elliot' got fifteen nods and 'Next to Normal' scored eleven — so who got shafted?
They were just announced — and we have them!
They'd each get their own statue, though.
It's certainly worth more than a Daytime Emmy!
Much to everyone's dismay, there was no booze.
Daniel Radcliffe's 'Equus' co-star knows whose winkle sells the tickets.
This year's Tonys acted the way you're supposed to behave around an elderly loved one.
See the complete list of winners!
We put our money where are mouth is and predict 'In the Heights' for Best Musical.
Why 'In the Heights' still has the award locked up.
On the first ballot, apparently, 'Cry-Baby' tied with 'A Catered Affair.'
And what's the "most forehead-slapping snub of them all"?
Who got nominated? Who got snubbed? And how could they leave out the ham?
James Earl Jones, Morgan Freeman, Kevin Kline, and Ian McShane … underdogs?
Can anyone beat Kelli O'Hara or Patti LuPone? No.