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VIDEO: Memorable Moments From the 2010 Tony Awards!

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Jun. 14 2010, Published 6:51 a.m. ET

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The 2010 Tony Awards was definitely a magical and theatrical evening. Tinseltown and Broadway aligned for an epic event full of gracious acceptance speeches, heart-pounding performances and of course a steamy onstage kiss. Who shared stage smooch? Hint- It wasn't Scarlett Johansson this time, however, the actress's acceptance speech did make OK!'s Most Memorable Moments from the 2010 Tony Awards video round-up! 

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Host Sean Hayes as Spiderman.


Helen Mirren presents award for Best Leading Actor in a Play to Denzel Washington for his work in Fences.

Helen Mirren presents Viola Davis with Best Leading Actress in a Play for her work in Fences.

Bebe Neuwirth and Nathan Lane present the award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical to Catherine Zeta Jones for her work in A Little Night Music.

Daniel Radcliffe and Katie Holmes present the award for Best Performance By a Featured Actress in a Play to Scarlett Johansson for her work in A View From The Bridge.

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Sean Hayes and Kristin Chenoweth share a steamy smooch.

For all the Gleeks out there, Broadway alums Lea Michele and Matthew Morrison (who was also nominated last night) performed — unfortunately, there was not duet.

Matthew's performed “All I Need is the Girl." The Broadway star  tapped and sang with four back up dancers

Lea gave a very strong rendition of Barbra Streisand's "Don't Rain on My Parade." She sang amongst the audience and it looked like she gave a special dedication to Jay-Z and Beyoncé (at 4:18) who were sitting in the front row!

Green Day performs with American Idiot Cast.


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