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Starry, starry night at post-Emmys Governors Ball
Newlyweds Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer of “True Blood dropped in, while recently married John Krasinski and Emily Blunt held court with Poehler of “Parks and Recreation,” who gave birth to her second son earlier this month.
Jason Sudeikis of “Saturday Night Live” walked arm-in-arm with new girlfriend January Jones of “Mad Men.” Jones kept an eye on the long A-line skirt of her dress by Versace Atelier, making sure no one stepped on it.
“I saw it in Italian Vogue and asked Donatella (Versace) if I could wear it for an evening. She’s extremely generous,” said Jones, who was glad to stand after sitting in the stiff dress during the three-hour Emmy telecast.
“Mad Men” won best drama series for the third consecutive year.
“It’s crazy, a little intimidating,” Jones said. “We’re excited to go celebrate.”
First-time Emmy winner Jane Lynch of “Glee” clutched her golden statue and happily posed for photos with fellow partygoers. Fey was equally gracious that way.
“Glee” creator Ryan Murphy carried his Emmy for comedy directing as he headed to the next bash.
“I was thrilled about Jane winning. I wasn’t expecting to win,” he said.
Murphy provided a preview of “Glee’s” upcoming second season, saying, “It’s really about the characters. It’s smaller and more intimate.”
Lynch’s co-star, Lea Michele, stopped by the party while celebrating her 24th birthday surrounded by an entourage.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, a nominee for her now-canceled comedy “The New Adventures of Old Christine,” sipped a glass of wine in a brief moment standing by herself.
“I’m working on another show and hopefully it will be up and running in the next 18 months,” she said, declining to be specific.
Cheryl Hines of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” called the evening “fantastic” as she headed off to HBO’s party to have a martini with her TV husband, Larry David.
“Jimmy Fallon was so good,” she said. “It’s the best Emmys I’ve ever been to, and I’ve been to a few.”
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