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Tonight In The Dome: OSN Celebrates The OSNY Awards, The Most Glamorous And Award-Filled Night In All Of Sports

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Tonight In The Dome: OSN Celebrates The OSNY Awards, The Most Glamorous And Award-Filled Night In All Of Sports

Iron your tux and take your elegant gowns out of storage! SportsDome's breaking out the arena-sized formalwear to celebrate the 2011 OSNY Awards -- the awards show that makes for the most important, most star-stuffed night in sports! It's the only night of the year athletes are recognized for their accomplishments with gold statues. All the biggest celebs and athletes in the sports world will be on hand to celebrate another year of excellence in athletics and broadcasting!

The Dome will be broadcasting from the OSNYs Red Carpet with pre-show co-hosts Mark Shepard and Reggie Greengrass, while Alex Reiser and Melissa Wells are bringing you the latest from the SportsDome studio.

Tune into SportsDome Tuesday night at 8/7c on Comedy Central.

It's a joyous night of red carpet celebration, but the Dome's still packing some sports news and analysis:

- After decades of nothing but unrelenting misery, Cleveland finally bans all professional sports from the city.

- Police arrest a man accused of impersonating Colts quarterback Peyton Manning in dozens of commercials undetected.

- An OSNY-sized wheelbarrow full of all the glitz and glamour you can handle, including a special red carpet edition of Who Would You Kill!

You can get a tan exposing your skin to all this OSNYs glow. Don't miss the Dome's red carpet party!

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