Temple Grandin and Claire Danes
As soon as host Jimmy Fallon signed off from the 2010 Emmy Awards, TV's biggest stars headed out to celebrate at after-parties around Hollywood. Claire Danes (in Armani Prive) shared her win with the real life Temple Grandin at HBO's annual bash, held at the Pacific Design Center.
-With reporting by Scott Huver, Lindzi Scharf and Andrea Simpson
Kelly Osbourne and Kim Kardashian
"All I have under my dress are Christian Louboutins and Spanks," said Kim Kardashian (in Marchesa), who posed with Kelly Osbourne at the Governors Ball. "Grecian goddess is my theme today."
Stephen Moyer, Anna Paquin and Alexander Skarsgard
They looked ready to do some serious partying with True Blood co-star Alexander Skarsgard (in Tom Ford) at the Governors Ball, but Stephen Moyer admitted he and wife Anna Paquin (both in Alexander McQueen) were more the stay-at-home "big board gamer" type.
Heidi Klum and Seal
Heidi Klum (in Marchesa) stayed close to husband Seal during the Fox party at L.A. eatery Cicada, where the cast of Glee celebrated their big night.
January Jones and Jason Sudeikis
After stealing the spotlight on the red carpet, January Jones (in Atelier Versace) celebrated Mad Men's win for Best Drama with boyfriend Jason Sudeikis (in Hugo Boss) at the AMC party, held at the L.A. outpost of Soho House.
Geoffrey Arend and Christina Hendricks
"We work so hard and are so proud of our show that it felt amazing to win," said Christina Hendricks (in Zac Posen) of Mad Men's score for Best Drama. Though Hendricks brought along husband Geoffrey Arend, she did forget one important accessory. "We didn't bring a camera tonight. We're kicking ourselves about that right now," Hendricks sighed.
Chord Overstreet and Matthew Morrison
(in Prada) made the rounds at the Fox party with the lyrically named Chord Overstreet, who is among the guest stars making appearances on the upcoming season of Glee.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson
"The highlight from tonight, aside from winning? We beat the traffic to get here," joked Tom Hanks, holding up his Emmy for Outstanding Miniseries. "We got here fast!" Joining Hanks to celebrate his win (and his good traffic karma) at the HBO party was wife Rita Wilson, who looked mod in head-to-toe Prada.
Ryan Murphy and Jane Lynch
"This night has been simply amazing!" declared Glee creator Ryan Murphy (in Tom Ford), who shared the love with Best Supporting Actress winner Jane Lynch (in Ali Rahimi) at the Fox party.
Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka
How I Met Your Mother
star Neil Patrick Harris (in Calvin Klein Collection) and partner David Burtka made a brief stop at the Governors Ball before heading to Hollywood hot spot Vibiana for the ET after-party, where Cyndi Lauper entertained the crowd with classic songs like, "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" and "Time After Time."
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski
After hitting the Governors Ball, newlyweds Emily Blunt (in Christian Dior) and John Krasinski (in Prada) moved their celebration to Soho House to join in the fun at the AMC party.
Heather Morris and Naya Rivera
Cheerios Heather Morris (in Ina Soltani) and Naya Rivera had some fun at the Fox after-party.
Jon Hamm and Elizabeth Moss
(in Giorgio Armani) and Elisabeth Moss were among the last of the giant crush of guests to make it into the party at the Governors Ball. "The highlight of my night was watching Al Pacino watch himself on screen," Moss (in Donna Karan) admitted. "That was something I thought I'd never see."
star Miranda Cosgrove (in Marchesa) stayed out late to hit the Emmy party circuit, stopping by the Entertainment Tonight party at Vibiana.
Malin Akerman and Emmanuelle Chriqui
(in Dolce & Gabbana) and Emmanuelle Chriqui soaked up the Morroccan-themed atmosphere at HBO's annual Emmy after-party, where teams from Laura Mercier and Oscar Blandi offered guests make-up and hair touch-ups.
Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick
's Kyra Sedgwick celebrated her Emmy win with husband Kevin Bacon-and more than 3,000 fellow guests-under the virtual stars at the annual Emmy Awards Governors Ball.
Glenn Close and Rose Byrne
co-stars Glenn Close and Rose Byrne caught up at the Governors Ball. "I kind of feel like Helen of Troy went to space and then she also was in Scarface with Michelle Pfeiffer," said Byrne of her Gucci gown and curly updo. "Do you know what I mean?"
Jenna Ushkowitz and Jessalyn Gilsig
After helping to provide the ceremony's memorable opening number, Glee's Jenna Ushkowitz and Jessalyn Gilsig (in Nicole Miller) kicked back at the Fox party. "Each script that we open is like a Christmas gift," said Ushkowitz of working on the show. "We know that whatever they bring to our characters is going to be challenging and fun and ridiculous, so we just kind of go with it."
Amy Poehler and Jenna Fischer
She looked perfectly put-together when she posed with Amy Poehler (in Max Azria Atelier) at the AMC party, but Jenna Fischer revealed that her ensemble was a last minute find. "I had to do a last minute dash yesterday! I had another dress but there were some problems with the alterations," The Office star said of finding her vintage Versace gown with just hours to spare. "I lucked out."
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Ty Burrell
Jesse Tyler Ferguson
claimed he hadn't let the success of Modern Family or his Emmy nomination get to his head. "I took the trash out on the way to the limo," said the actor, who buddied up with co-star Ty Burrell at the Fox party. "I want to be present. I don't want to look back on this and think that I took this day for granted. Plus I don't want a stinky house when I get home."
January Jones and Janie Bryant
After tweeting about having nothing to wear on the big night, Mad Men costume designer Janie Bryant joined January Jones at the AMC party to compare their memorable Emmy gowns.