Taylor Swift adds an Emmy to her award collection!

2015-09-11 17:00
 

Los Angeles - Taylor Swift and Jimmy Fallon have been announced as Emmy Award winners.

The Shake It Off singer has picked up the Original Interactive Program accolade for her AMEX Unstaged: Taylor Swift Experience, which debuted with the release of her Blank Space video last year and on which the 25-year-old star is executive producer.

The show was shot with a 360-degree camera and allowed Taylor's fans to explore the sets of the Joseph Kahn-directed music video.

Meanwhile, talk show host Jimmy was among the other early winners announced by the TV Academy on Thursday.

His Tonight Show, along with @Midnight, has been recognised in the Social TV Experience categories.

Also among the winners was the Superbowl Halftime Show - which featured Katy Perry - and Drunk History's 'Hollywood special, both of which picked up Outstanding Costumes for a Variety Program or a Special.

The winners were announced ahead of the Creative Arts Emmys, which take place on 12 September , and the Primetime Emmy Awards, which take place on 20 September.

Early Emmy Award winners 2015:

Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation

'Adventure Time', 'Walnuts & Rain'
'Gravity Falls', 'Not What He Seems'
'Over The Garden Wall'
'Robot Chicken', 'Robot Chicken's B***h Pudding Special'
'Tome of the Unknown'

Outstanding Costumes For A Variety Program Or A Special:

'Drunk History, 'Hollywood'
'Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show Starring Katy Perry'

Outstanding Motion Design:

'How We Got To Now With Steven Johnson'

Outstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media:

Multiplatform Storytelling:
'Archer Scavenger Hunt'
'The Singles Project'

Original Interactive Program:
'Emma Approved'
'AMEX Unstaged: Taylor Swift Experience'

Social TV Experience:
'@midnight With Chris Hardwick'
'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'

User Experience And Visual Design:
'Sleepy Hollow Virtual Reality Experience'

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