Scarlett Johansson, Denzel Washington Take Home TonysS

America was stricken Tony Awards fever on Sunday night! Well, maybe not fever. America was stricken by Tony Awards nagging-sore-throat-that-goes-away-after-a-cup-of-tea on Sunday Night! Want to know which famous people were given awards to entice people to watch?

The Tony Awards—the NHL of American awards shows—were held on Sunday night, and... well, if you weren't actually watching them, it's likely that the only winners you've heard of were Denzel Washington (for his performance in the August Wilson revival Fences), Scarlett Johansson (for her performance in the Arthur Miller revival A View From the Bridge), and Catherine Zeta-Jones (for her performance as Michael Douglas' wife). (Law & Order: SVU fans may also know Viola Davis, who won for her turn opposite Denzel in Fences, and people who like high cheekbones may be aware of Eddie Redmayne, who won for his performance in Red.) It's easy to say that they only won because they're famous, and who doesn't love to give famous people statues, but all of those actors were well-received in their productions—yes, even Scarlett.

And, some less famous, but no less awesome people won! Fela!'s Bill T. Jones took home a very well-deserved choreography award. Douglas Hodge grabbed Best Leading Actor in a Musical for La Cage aux Folles. Red, Fences, and La Cage aux Folles were all big winners, so head over to those Wikipedia pages now so you can bone up in time for all the Tonys watercooler talk on Monday.

For those keeping track at home, Denzel Washington is now an Emmy and a Grammy away from the coveted EGOT.

Best Performance By A Featured Actress In A Play: Scarlett Johansson, "A View From The Bridge."

Best Performance By A Featured Actor In A Play: Eddie Redmayne, "Red."

Best Direction Of A Play: Michael Grandage, "Red."

Best Direction Of A Musical: Terry Johnson, "La Cage Aux Folles."

Best Performance By A Featured Actress In A Musical: Katie Finneran, "Promises, Promises."

Best Performance By A Featured Actor In A Musical: Levi Kreis, "Million Dollar Quartet."

Best Performance By A Leading Actress In A Play: Viola Davis, "Fences."

Best Performance By A Leading Actor In A Play: Denzel Washington, "Fences."

Best Revival Of A Musical: "La Cage Aux Folles."

Best Performance By A Leading Actress In A Musical: Catherine Zeta-jones, "A Little Night Music."

Best Performance By A Leading Actor In A Musical: Douglas Hodge, "La Cage Aux Folles."

Best Musical: "Memphis."

Best Choreography: Bill T. Jones, "Fela!"

Best Revival Of A Play: "Fences."

Best Play: "Red."

Best Book Of A Musical: "Memphis."

Best Original Score (music And/Or Lyrics) Written For The Theater: "Memphis"

Best Orchestrations: Daryl Waters And David Bryan, "Memphis."

Best Scenic Design Of A Play: Christopher Oram, "Red."

Best Scenic Design Of A Musical: Christine Jones, "American Idiot."

Best Costume Design Of A Play: Catherine Zuber, "The Royal Family."

Best Costume Design Of A Musical: Marina Draghici, "Fela!"

Best Lighting Design Of A Play: Neil Austin, "Red."

Best Lighting Design Of A Musical: Kevin Adams, "American Idiot."

Best Sound Design Of A Play: Adam Cork, "Red."

Best Sound Design Of A Musical: Robert Kaplowitz, "Fela!"

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