And we have another victim!
Honestly, we're so confused about why this photo hacker hasn't been stopped yet!
And it's starting to seem like no one in Hollywood is safe!
Such a sad thing to keep happening.
Congrats on win number three, gurl!
Witch, please! Jessica, you deserve this!
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The two True Detective actors graced the stage with their wonderful bromance, and everything about it was AMAZING!
From Woody's amazing Matty impression, to Matty sharing stories of the wonderful advice Woody has given him over the year, everything about their time on stage was just ALRIGHT ALRIGHT ALRIGHT!
Ch-ch-check out the bromantical moment (above)!
Well, we likey what we see!
Jessica Paré brought some edge, sex appeal, and sophistication to the red carpet at the 2014 Emmys.
The Mad Men star rocked a little black Lanvin dress that was beaded all up top and fit flawlessly down her body on the bottom.
While some black dresses can fail to impress on red carpets, this one is unique and interesting enough to catch our eye.
Pairing it with a slick updo, a perfect red pout, and simple silver jewelry, Jessica looks like a million bucks!
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Best. Kiss. Ever.
Bryan had played a dentist on Seinfeld back in the day, and he got to use that glorious mouth for the best smooching sesh ever!
Not only is he the one who knocks, he's the one who locks lips!
Yes. Just infinite yes. Yeah, Mr. White!
She continued this year's trend of red gowns on the red carpet with a Tadashi Shoji silk dress that just didn't quite connect.
We appreciate the cultural influence here, but some odd choices made this a miss. The sleeves, the twist in the front, it's just lacking in elegance.
If she wanted to spice things up with a sari, maybe she should have gone with an even more traditional look?
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Is it just us, or did things just get REAL up in here??
It's probably because we're finally showing some love for reality TV!!
The 2014 Emmys turned the attention to Outstanding Reality Series, which went to The Amazing Race!
Not that we're too surprised with the win, considering they take home the trophy pretty much EVERY year! But the show did manage to beat out some impressive competition, including Dancing With the Stars, Project Runway, So You Think You Can Dance, and The Voice!
And the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor In A TV Miniseries/Movie went to…
Martin Freeman for Sherlock!! Woo!
He's so super talented, with such incredible range, it totally makes sense he won.
Congrats again, Martin!
[Image via PBS.]