During the show Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Ty Burrell hit the “under-the-stage” Giving Lounge that benefitted the TV Academy Foundation. The nominated duo picked up a trip to a spa in Turkey that has a floating dry bed that leverages 30 minutes of sleep in to the equivalent of four hours. It’s the Richmond Nua Spa.
After all those impressions at the VMA’s, Jay Pharoah let his throat recover with Cold Stone in the lounge.
Josh Charles met Jordan Peele in Karen Wood’s Backstage Creations suite on Emmy night.
Mayim Bialik’s not only on the top commercial comedy on TV, she also scored the top suite at the Hilton Bora Bora Nui as part of the Giving Suite at the show.
Michelle Dockery arrives in the smaller, hidden, VIP area on Emmy afternoon in one of the TV Academy’s official Audis. The luxury auto line has been showcasing the crossover Q3 at events all season.
“Silicon Valley” stars Thomas Middleditch and Zach Woods are praying to the Emmy gods at HBO’s Luxury Lounge at the Four Seasons on Sunday.
Allison Tolman never stopped smiling all week. Here, she signed a Samsung Note Pro on her way in to the Performers Nominee Reception Saturday night, a digital poster (in the background) that the TV Academy is auctioning off.
Joining Tolman, co-star Billy Bob Thornton. Below right, the finished product and a string of Emmy nominees on Samsung’s curved TVs.
“Fargo” creator Noah Hawley and Stephen Merchant take the BAFTA TV Tea literally at the SLS on Saturday afternoon.
Presenter Chris Hardwick toured the Backstage Creations “Giving Lounge” underneath the Emmys stage during rehearsals on Sunday. He scored Cold Stone Creamery, KeVita Probiotic Drinks, Waltzing Matilda USA, and a boatload of hummus (see the bag).
Anthony Anderson made the cut for the HBO suite, where PANDORA Jewelry stepped up as the key sponsor.
“Orange is the New Black’s” Dascha Polanco and Lea DeLaria like their new gear.
Now you can’t tell they are celebs: Perrey Reeves and Michael Kelly hid their heads under Neff hatwear.
Friday night’s CAA party at Bouchon was “the one”. Eva Longoria alongside Eric Stonestreet and Sofia Vergara.
Beverly Hills power table alert: Jerry Weintraub and Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara
Michael Katcher, co-TV head Adam Berkowitz, Fox czar Gary Newman, and his ABC counterpart Paul Lee circle up.
Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello, and Aubrey Plaza turned up with her “Life After Beth” co-star Matthew Gray Gubler.
Co-head of TV Sonya Rosenfeld, Lorenzo di Donaventura, and “House” producer Katie Jacobs.
Todd Spiewak, Jim Parsons, and Richard Lovett.
Tony Goldwyn and Anna Muskey-Goldwyn; Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson.
Whitney Cummings spends time with Adam Pally.
What Emmys? Diddy and Arianna Huffington celebrated Liberty Ross’ denim line with Genetic at Guy Oseary’s house in Beverly Hills. Jimmy Iovine, Dr. Dre, Gayle King, and Wendi Deng Murdoch were amongst the top shelf crowd.
Stylist Arianne Phillips, Jeremy Scotti, actres/designer Liberty Ross, and Lisa Eisner at Ross’ Genetic event.
The scene at Guy’s.
At Vanity Fair and Maybelline New York’s Toast to “Veep” at the Sunset Tower, Lisa Kudrow and Michel Stern raise a glass. Anna Chlumsky, Matt Walsh, and Morgan Walsh do the sorority squat.
On and off screen politics mixed: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Tony Goldwyn.
Sufe Bradshaw and Gary Cole. Elsewhere on the patio, woman of the night JLD (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) spent time with fellow Larry David alum Cheryl Hines.
Administration collegaues Timothy Simons and Matt Walsh.
Maybelline’s Lisa Carvalho, Anna Musky-Goldwyn, Tony Goldwyn, and Maybelline president David Greenberg chose the right spot.
A few blocks west down Sunset at the London, “Fargo’s” Allison Tolman and George R.R. Martin took the carpet at the TV Academy’s reception for Producer nominees.
Billy Bob Thornton returned to the scene of TheWrap’s Emmy party. Actress Meghan Falcone made the scene.
“This is the Punxsutawney Phil of Hollywood,” Emmys host Seth Meyers said Wednesday morning. “If it does not roll out, we get six more weeks of ‘Bachelor in Paradise,’” Meyers joked. He led the quirky tradition of rolling out the carpet days early with TV Academy CEO Bruce Rosenblum (left) and telecast producer Don Mischer (right).
At a walk-through for the Governors Ball on Wednesday, the original TV “color bars” (not a symbol of the gay rights movement) and a Fiji water ambassador greeted guests.
Matthew Weiner started a busy week by premiering his film “Are You Here” at the Arclight. Weiner wrote and directred. “Mad Men’s” Jessica Pare supported, at the Purity Vodka hosted event.
Before marathon on-air sessions this weekend, E! personality Ali Fedotowsky (center) snuck a workout at the Beach Haus in Malibu with fitness pals Jennifer Cohen and Eden Sassoon, a Muscle Milk Organic event. Sassoon’s salon will be one of the Emmy afternoon’s busiest spots.
The victorious Jane Lynch (“Hollywood Game Night”), with the defeated Gary Cole (“Veep”) and Margo Martindale (“The Americans”) at the Creative Arts Ball on Saturday night, August 16.
Next week’s Primetime Governors Ball will look just like this. The theme: “A Kaleidoscope of Color”.
“Community” pals Joel McHale and Jim Rash invade the Creative Arts Ball on Saturday night.
Anthony Bourdain was nominated in six categories including one category where he was nominated against himself . He won for “Parts Unknown”.
Winners for choreography on Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance,” Napoleon Dumo and Tabitha Dumo.
Laverne Cox settled in for the Patina catering after losing out to her co-star Uzo Aduba.
Kedakai Turner with “Inside the Actors Studio” host James Lipton.
Holly Rice (left) and “Breaking Bad” showrunner Vince Gilligan. “Bad” won for drama editing.
Up at Boulevard3, Comedy Central celebrated their 19 nominations on Saturday night. Chris Hardwick was in a better mood inside (with Comedy Central’s President of Content Development and Original Programming, Kent Alterman)….
…after a salty arrival. Hardwick and his “@midnight” team let photographers know they lost to Jimmy Fallon for “Interactive Program”. From left, “@midnight” EPs Mike Farah, Joe Farrell, Hardwick, and Alex Blagg.
Kumail Nanjiani (“The Meltdown” and also HBO’s “Silicon Valley) with Keegan-Michael Key.
“Kroll Show” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”s” Chelsea Peretti, Amy Schumer, and “Schumer” writer Jessi Klein sampled the odd menu: Chinese food and Fritos.
Kurt Metzger and Pete Holmes.
Cuba Gooding Jr. and Alex Anfanger.
Comedy Central bathed the ballroom on Sunset with logos inside and out. The trophies arrived later.
Tess Broussard fondles her boss, Nick Kroll.
Winners are always happy: “Colbert” writers Barry Julien and Meredith Scardino vanquished channel-mates from “The Daily Show” and “Inside Amy Schumer” as well as IFC’s “Portlandia”.
Karim Amer celebrates “The Square’s” three statuette haul with Netflix’s CCO Ted Sarandos and “The Square” director/producer Jehane Noujaim at Netflix’s rival party at Cecconi’s on Saturday night.
“Orange is the New Black” inmate cast mates are thrilled: Yael Stone, the victorious Uzo Aduba, and lead Taylor Schilling at Cecconi’s.
Karim Amer makes a triumphant arrival.