Worst Emmys Ever? A Guide to Everything You May Have Missed Over the Weekend

Not even Neil Patrick Harris could save the awards show. Meanwhile, Miley Cyrus was making questionable choices again, and Mumford & Sons made a big announcement

The 65th Annual Emmys

The Internet seemed to agree that the awards show was kind of a hot mess

(That Tina Fey/Amy Poehler moment was actually a highlight.) Breaking Bad and Modern Family took home the top two awards of the night, outstanding drama series and outstanding comedy series, respectively. For full recaps of the night, check out our extended coverage of the ceremony.

Mumford & Sons Announced Plans for a Loooong Hiatus

The folk-rock band has decided to take a break "for the foreseeable future," according to a recent interview in Rolling Stone. M&S (a new abbreviation I’m trying out for Mumford & Sons) wrapped up their "Babel" tour with a Friday night show in Kansas. It's important to note the band is not breaking up, sending anyone to rehab, or experiencing creative differences; apparently they just want to get out of the limelight for awhile and enjoy their success quietly. In the meantime, maybe these guys can take the band's songs on the road?

Miley Cyrus Performed -- Once Again, in Questionable Attire -- at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas

After twerking her way into the headlines of just about every media outlet on the planet after the MTV Video Music Awards, then going full nude for her now- infamous music video for "Wrecking Ball," Miley decided to continue down the rabbit hole by performing in, well, whatever it was she was wearing:

So… that.

Bill Murray turned 63 on Saturday

The Oscar-nominated comedian has played more than 70 roles over the span of his 40-year career, making him one of the most prolific -- and best! -- actors of his generation. Happy Birthday, Bill -- looking good!

A Man in New York had 850 Snakes in His Garage

The Scariest Person of All Time (which is the title you give any person keeping 850 snakes in his garage) was arrested over the weekend when Suffolk County police raided his home after being informed he was conducting an illegal snake-selling business. Two of the snakes found were Burmese pythons, illegal in New York State because they can grow up 18 feet long and are "easily capable of killing not only a child but an adult." (Shudder.)

Summer Has Officially Come to a Close, and Fall Is Back

If you're bummed that summer has ended, here’s a video of a husky playing in some leaves that should remind you just how fun autumn can be:

Drew DiSabatino is a viral writer for iVillage. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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