Countdown to the Emmys 2010: Red Carpet Arrivals

The 2010 Emmy Awards will be broadcast live without tape delay across the country tonight. The awards start at 8pm ET, 5pm PT. But the red carpet arrivals and backstage action begin earlier. On Twitter, the official hashtag is #emmys10.


TV Guide's Fashion Cam starts at 3:00 pm PT here. NBC's live coverage of the red carpet starts at 4:00 pm PT and can be viewed here.

A new thread will go up for the live show, this one is just for the red carpet.


Here are: Edie Falco, Tina Fey, Juliana Margolies and Clair Danes.

(I removed the photo of Rose Byrne because it wasn't a red carpet photo. She did look awful wherever this was.)

Update: 20 minutes to go and they are inside and seated. I have to say the live fashion cams and entertainment websites with their photos were pretty much a disaster. They had pix from pre-Emmy events mixed in with those from tonight's show and the live motion on the cams made it hard to see the full dress in one shot. It was much better watching on TV than than the internet.

I'll have a new post up for the show. Good luck, Jimmy!

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    I should win something... (none / 0) (#1)
    by desertswine on Sun Aug 29, 2010 at 05:47:43 PM EST
    for being fastest on the mute button when the commercials come on.  I'll settle for an ice cold beer.

    Jane lynch looks gorgeous! (none / 0) (#2)
    by ruffian on Sun Aug 29, 2010 at 06:01:48 PM EST
    Out of her track suit

    I had never seen Jimmy Fallon's wife before. (none / 0) (#3)
    by Tony on Sun Aug 29, 2010 at 06:17:40 PM EST
    Beautiful woman.

    I am really pulling for Jimmy.  I did not like him on SNL and his talk show was terrible at the beginning, but he has really come into his own and I watch him every night.  What I like about him is he has fun with his guests and the audience and doesn't do mean-spirited stuff like Jay Leno's "Jaywalking."