EMMYS ARE OVER AND IT’S TIME TO PARTY

The Associated Press

With another Emmy Awards show in the history books it’s time for folks like Jon Voight, Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin to quit guessing who might win in favor of figuring out what to eat.

For them and numerous other Emmy show attendees, the first stop was the Governor’s Ball dinner.

There, Kristen Wiig, Amy Poehler and Katherine Heigl shared a table while Kate Walsh chatted with a friend one table over.

Lizzy Caplan, a lead actress nominee for “Masters of Sex,” posed for photos with fans in the ballroom while passers-by deftly avoided her floor-grazing full skirt.

Sarah Silverman, who won an Emmy earlier in the evening, arrived at the ball without her trophy. Once there, she quickly ditched her shoes, placing the towering gold stilettos in her lap.

At least one winner skipped the official after party: Julia Louis-Dreyfus planned to hit up an In-N-Out burger stand before heading to the HBO party.

– Sandy Cohen: www.twitter.com/ APSandy

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