The Emmy Awards show more than winners

On Sunday, Sept. 22, the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards took place at the Nokia Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles. Famous actor Neil Patrick Harris hosted the ceremony.

During his opening monologue, past Emmy Awards hosts joined him on the stage and surprised the audience.

One of the relevant winners of the night was Jim Parsons from The Big Bang Theory, winning the category of outstanding lead actor in a comedy series.

Two of the other big wins of the night were Breaking Bad for the category of outstanding drama series and Modern Family, winning the category of outstanding comedy series.

The night was full of expected and unexpected wins. One of them was for the category of outstanding reality competition that NBC’s The Voice won.

Taking the place of the winner of the past years, CBS’s The Amazing Race.

Actors, actresses and special guests bring to the red carpet their best gowns; however, in the showbiz there is always something to say about who wore it better and who did not.

Attention came to Modern Family’s actress Sofia Vergara as one of the best dressed of the night, along with Claire Danes and Kaley Cuoco.

Worst dressed were also on the spot that night. Lenna Dunham and Sosia Mamet are just two of the actresses that apparently suffered a fashion emergency.

Next time they might need an intervention from fashion experts.
Tributes were given to Jonathan Winters, Jean Stapleton, Cory Monteith, Gary David Goldberg and James Gandolfini.

This reminds viewers that they will always be remembered for their outstanding contributions in the acting industry.

Carrie Underwood moved the audience with her performance of The Beatles’ hit “Yesterday.”

Jane Lynch presented Cory Montieth’s tribute. “Cory was a beautiful soul,” Lynch said. The audience was moved by her words.

It was a night of happiness for winners, and disappointments for those who did not take a trophy home. In the end they all entertain and amaze their viewers with exceptional performances.