Taylor Swift wins Emmy Award

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 today (10.09.15).

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

Also among the winners today 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 Saturday (12.09.15), and the Primetime Emmy Awards, which take place on September 20.

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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