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Celebrity Photos of the Week: Emmy night fever!

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Hey, Derek Hough. How excited are you about winning your first Emmy for choreographing Dancing With the Stars?

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Really? Can you show us that move with a front twist?

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Okay, now it’s just getting weird.

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Stephen Colbert shows truthiness all over his face while displaying his double-Emmy win for The Colbert Report.

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Stephen Colbert confirms the transfer of his soul to higher powers in exchange for winning two Emmys.

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Modern Family’s Sofia Vergara demonstrates why more male viewers watch the Emmy Awards than the World Series.

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Emmy winner Claire Danes attempts to step outside her grim Homeland persona by making a goofy face that she probably couldn’t do again if she tried.

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She tried anyway.

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But for most celebrities, the Emmys are all about making the scene at the after party with your special someone. Here, the now soulless but still-beaming Colbert strolls into the Governor’s Ball with his lovely wife, Evelyn.

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Ditto for Emmy winner Jeff Daniels of The Newsroom, with his wife, Kathleen, in tow.

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“I’m still married, but I ain’t dead,” quips Emmy recipient Michael Douglas.

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Girls creator and star Lena Dunham horrifies her family by showing what she did to her great-grandmother’s quilt.

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Suburgatory star Cheryl Hines proudly displays the outfit she nicked from the Boardwalk Empire wardrobe department.

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Tiny Canadian actress Alison Pill makes a fleeting appearance on the HBO red carpet before rushing back to the Shire.

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“You just made your last hobbit joke, boy” says an angry-looking Peter Dinklage, shown here with his wife, Erica.

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Mick Jagger explains the real meaning of the Brown Sugar lyrics to Laura Dern at the HBO party.

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Seventy-five-year-old Jane Fonda proudly displays the benefits of making all those fitness workout tapes back in the eighties.

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Modern Family regulars Nolan Gould and Rico Rodriguez show that even kids can get stuck with ill-fitting tuxes.

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Sofia Vergara tries to figure out how her expensive Emmys gown seems to be unravelling in the back.

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“Gotta run,” Michael Douglas says. “And yep, I’m still married.” …

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… but his missus is on the other side of the world. Catherine Zeta-Jones shows a pose taught to her by her yoga instructor at a red carpet event in Qingdao, Shandong province.

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Leonardo DiCaprio shows the crowd his rad air-autographing skills in Qingdao, Shandong province.

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Nicole Kidman shows Leo how to do it at the same event.

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Hong Kong actor Tony Leung Chiu-Wai shows the warm and winning smile that Asian movie stars are known for.

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While John Travolta demonstrates the importance of matching your clothes to your hair roots at all times. He’s still got it!

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