Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Rachel Bloom looked stunning in her black Gucci dress. On the red carpet, she revealed that she had to pay for it herself. She said it can be "hard to get places to lend me dresses because I'm not like a size zero, but also I can afford it so it's okay." However, she later clarified that she didn't ask Gucci to lend her the dress.
Anthony Anderson took over Giuliana Rancic's red carpet duties and started interviewing Orange Is the New Black star Laverne Cox. He even invited Cox to make a guest appearance on Black-ish.
Sofia Vergara is so chill. The Modern Family star had a hilarious mini fan attached to her phone to stay cool on the red carpet.
Veep's Anna Chlumsky was surprised to see Sean Spicer take the stage at the beginning of the award show.
The Feud actress seemed visibly upset after losing Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series and seemed to say "Damn it" more than once.
D.C. Public Schools started trending after Dave Chappelle gave it a shout-out during his presenter speech. John Oliver continued the joke during his acceptance speech and encouraged people to include the hashtag #DCPublicSchools in their tweets about the Emmys.
Ann Dowd had the best reaction to winning Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her role in The Handmaid's Tale. The first-time Emmy winner looked truly stunned after her name was announced and made a heart-warming acceptance speech.
Cicely Tyson was a bit nervous when she took the stage to present the award for Outstanding Limited Series with Anika Noni Rose. Looking stunning in pink, the Roots actress paused for a few moments and said, "I'm so nervous, I don't know why." Still, with a little help from Rose, Tyson finished presenting the award with poise to Big Little Lies.
Kevin Spacey made sure to capture Julia Louis-Dreyfus' big moment of winning Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for the sixth year in a row for her performance in Veep. The House of Cards actor recorded the whole thing on his smartphone.
Sterling K. Brown didn't get to finish his acceptance speech for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama for his performance on This Is Us. The actor got played off and Twitter was quick to note that Nicole Kidman had more time to finish her acceptance speech for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her role in Big Little Lies.