The stars walk the long line to L.A. Live downtown for the annual primetime awards telecast
Star-Spangled Parade at Emmys 2011 (Slideshow)
"Friday Night Lights'"Kyle Chandler seems, well, a little surprised after winning the top dramatic acting prize.
"Game of Thrones" supporting dramatic actor winner Peter Dinklage shows off Emmy's newly enlarged trophy.
"Mike & Molly" star Melissa McCarthy smooches her new trophy for comedy actress.
"Modern Family" star Julie Bowen quietly ponders a place to put her Emmy.
Sofia Vergara can smile, even if "Modern Family" castmate Julie Bowen beat her out for the comedy actress trophy.
Late night Jimmies Kimmel and Fallon prepare to help out with the intro.
Gwenyth Paltrow, nominated for guest actress in a comedy series, looks much better than she did in her closing scene in "Contagion."
"Entourage's" Jeremy Piven tells reporters on the red carpet that he plans to skip the sushi platter at tonight's HBO party.
Emmys host Jane Lynch looks more nervous than "Glee"-full?
Christina Hendricks: She drives men mad, even out of the office.
How will Joel McHale's "Soup" handle the big awards show?
Kelly Osbourne still looks "DWTS" dapper.
Jane Lynch's "Glee" co-star Lea Michele may not be a "Funny Girl," but she looks great on the carpet.
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TheWrap covers the 63rd annual Prime-Time Emmy Awards, to be telecast on Sept. 18.