2009 Game Show Awards
|2009 Game Show Awards|
|Date||June 6, 2009|
|Location||Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills, California|
The American 2009 Game Show Awards were presented on Saturday, June 6, 2009, at the Wilshire Theatre in Beverly Hills, California. Howie Mandel was host for the ceremony. The awards show was also a game show. Games were played with members of the audience, giving away cash and prizes worth $100,000. The trophies were designed to look like buzzers.
The Game Show Awards was not an annual event, as there were no plans for a future version of the program.
- 1 Presenters
- 2 Performers
- 3 Winners and nominees
- 3.1 Best Game Show
- 3.2 Best Game Show Host
- 3.3 Best Reality Competition Show
- 3.4 Favorite Classic Game Show
- 3.5 Favorite Dating or Relationship Show
- 3.6 Favorite Celebrity Player
- 3.7 Favorite Celebrity Team
- 3.8 Best Announcer
- 3.9 Favorite Game Show Models
- 3.10 Smartest Game Show Contestant
- 3.11 Favorite Game Show Catch Phrase
- 3.12 Favorite Price is Right Pricing Game
- 3.13 Favorite Game Show Sound Effect
- 3.14 Most Outrageous Game Show Contestant
- 3.15 Favorite Game Show Theme Song
- 3.16 Favorite Prize
- 3.17 Favorite Parting Gift
- 3.18 Favorite Board/Box Game Turned Game Show
- 3.19 Favorite Online Game
- 3.20 Favorite Interactive DVD Version of Game Show
- 3.21 Legend Award
- 3.22 Innovator Award
- 3.23 Icon Award
- 4 References
- 5 External links
- Carol Merrill - Icon Award
- Alex Trebek - Innovator Award
- Heidi Bohay and Alfonso Ribeiro - Favorite Dating or Relationship show Award
- Kate Flannery and Fred Willard - Favorite Classic Game Show
- Christopher Knight, Annie Duke, and George Wallace - Favorite Game Show Models
- Tom Bergeron - Legend Award
- Ken Jennings - played Charo in "Are You Smarter Than Ken Jennings?"
- Fred Roggin and Melissa Rivers - Best Reality Competition Show
Dancing with the Stars cast:
Winners and nominees
Listed below are the nominees in each award category, with award winners listed first and denoted in bold text.
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