So many stars hit the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards stop to chat with Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic on Live From the Red Carpet. Here's the best of the best of what they had to say. Check it out:
"My fifth time going straight from the Glee set to the hospital was recently, yes, and it was my fault because I always try to do everything full out, and I was exotic dancing on a table and injured my foot…as one does."
—Chris Colfer on his latest Glee-related "injury"
"Well, Ian's here somewhere...on the red carpet. If I were standing next to him I'd be his arm candy. I guess that's all I can say. I get a little bit nervous."
—Vampire Diaries' Nina Dobrev on her rumored romance with costar Ian Somerhalder
"It's completely eclectic. I totally go with what I fancy on the day. It's kinda one of those things where I think, you should just feel comfortable...If I wanna be my version of a Storm Trooper from Star Wars, I do that too. I'm a bit bonkers."
—So You Think You Can Dance's Cat Deeley on her awesome wardrobe choices on the show
"If I could be on Glee for forever, I would be. But we can't be, and Ryan [Murphy] never intended to have a show where we're 30 and in high. He always said that it would be true to each year. I know no more than you do!"
—Glee's Lea Michele, on what's in store for her character Rachel on the hit show
"I did not mean any harm at all, not to be hurtful or anything. And when Joan Rivers asks you what did she look like on the carpet, you do it! It was just in jest and that was it. She knows how to work it, and I can't do what she does!"
—Modern Family's Sarah Hyland on her adorable Lea Michele impression from Fashion Police
"I'm gonna take off my heels, that's the first thing I'm gonna do, and I'm gonna eat every ounce of food in front of me at the Governor's Ball."
—Host Jane Lynch on her postshow plans
"I watched a lot of television this last season...I crush on a couple of things: the entire cast of Mad Men, male and female. They're exquisite."
—The Office's Rainn Wilson on his TV "crush"
"It's a good left hook, but I have a cross-the-body swing with a kick."
—X-Factor judge Paula Abdul on how many times she hits cojudge Simon Cowell in the show's premiere
"There is quite a decent security detail on tour, but the fans mean very well. So if at any time something happens that's crazy or out of hand, I know it comes from a good place, because I'm like that. If I were to ever run into, like, Paul McCartney, I'd probably do something really, not that cool."
—Glee's Darren Criss saying he understand the enthusiasm of the show's fans
"There, I just sold my soul to the devil!"
—Kathy Griffin after planting a kiss on Ryan Seacrest
"Wow, Christina Hendricks has never looked better. She's really outdone herself tonight. This could be her best look ever."
—Mad Men star Christina Hendricks when asked what she would say if she could write the Fashion Police script for her look tonight
"I'm gonna try to pick up some hardware, then I'm gonna sell some pretzels…I got a pretzel stand outside. Come get Morgan pretzels outside and knishes."
—30 Rock star Tracy Morgan on what his plans are for the evening
"We were best friends for six months, and it's over. We had so many fun times together, going to ball games, stuff like that, holding hands, just being best friends."
—Jimmy Fallon on the "heartbreak" he's feeling after having split from his BFF of six months, Stephen Colbert
"It's great, but as a guy you know that people wanna see dresses. They don't want to see guys in tuxedos, so look, let's keep this as brief as you want and let's get a pretty woman up here in a beautiful dress."
—SNL's Seth Meyers, joking with Giuliana on what the people really want to see on the Emmys red carpet
"None of them are my friends anymore. So as soon as I walked out the door, that was it. And I really hope I don't see them here tonight, because that'll just be embarrassing."
—Former Office star Steve Carell, joking about seeing his former costars tonight
"I'm a freak; I'm Skeletor! But next to you I look like a weird…You and I are like George and Lenny from Of Mice and Men."
—Community and Soup star Joel McHale, noticing the "slight" difference in height between himself and Ryan Seacrest
"He does that to people. If you've seen Never Say Never you'll know what I mean."
—Evan Rachel Wood, commenting on the recent viral vid of her belting out some Justin Bieber and why she's a die-hard fan
"Do people usually get more excited for me than for George Clooney? No. It's never happened and nor will it ever happen again."
—Bridesmaids star Melissa McCarthy, stunned to hear that Giuliana would be more excited to see her than the star actor
"I heard it in a car, and I got a call from Chuck Lorre and I was like, ‘OK, what on earth is the show gonna be now?' "
—Two and a Half Men star Jon Cryer on his initial reaction upon hearing Ashton Kutcher had come aboard the hit show
"As I'm gently strapping in Johnnie, my 2-year-old, he begins to projectile vomit all over me. I take him out of the car seat and sit with him for an hour and a half…and just hold him as he vomits. Then I get in the shower, but not before dropping my phone into the toilet."
—Modern Family's Julie Bowen on the slightly stressful day she had before heading to the Emmys
"I'm wearing a put-together from a little shop that I favor called the back of my closet."
—Betty White, dryly commenting on her glamorous look this evening
"I'm still waiting for my copy! Unbelievable. I don't know what to do!?"
—Gwyneth Paltrow, revealing she still hasn't gotten that advance copy of the new Coldplay album
"Everything that comes through Colombia is huge!"
—Modern Family's Sofia Vergara, joking about the Colombian emeralds she was wearing tonight
"I have not seen more helicopters in the air since the opening sequence of Apocalypse Now."
—Rob Lowe, commenting on the craziness that ensued around his house during Kim Kardashian's wedding
"Thanks anyway. Good luck with the rest of your life, buddy!"
—Office star John Krasinski on what he'll say to Steve Carell when they run into each other tonight.
"I'm a very bad girl in the beginning of season three…they hang out under the bleachers and wear skanky clothes."
—Glee star Dianna Agron teasing us with a glimpse of what's to come for her character on the next season
"I've been looking in the mirror for 40 years now, and it always looks the same to me."
—Mad Men's Jon Hamm, humbling talking about the response people have to his dapper good looks