EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEWS: Stars Party Into The Night After The Emmys
Hollywood's hottest television stars were celebrating late into the evening at Entertainment Tonight's annual Emmy after party, and RadarOnline.com scored an invite!
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For the 14th year in a row, the entertainment news show brought out tons of celebrities to celebrate TV's biggest night and RadarOnline.com's Katie Krause was on the red carpet getting the scoop from all of the stars.
Legendary pop singer, Cyndi Lauper, performed at ET's bash, although she admits she didn't quite have enough time to watch the Emmy's! "I wish I could have watched the Emmys. I turned it on but on the wrong channel and I couldn't understand why it didn't come on -- and then I had to leave," said Lauper.
Glee gal, Jenna Ushkowitz, expressed her excitement over her costars performing in the opening number with host Jimmy Fallon. She told RadarOnline.com that she and her other Glee pals were rooting on Cory Monteith, Lea Michele, Amber Riley & Chris Colfer on from their seats.
"It was great! Well they didn't tell us what they were doing so it was a big surprise for us, so when they came out we were cheering and dancing, we were like the only ones standing. We were crazy - it was so fun," exclaimed Ushkowitz.
Of the upcoming season, Jenna spilled some major spoilers, "Tina is going to have a little bit of a love triangle with Mike Chang. You'll see more of Harry Shum, which we love!"
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While most party-goers' highlights were from the actual Emmy Awards, Dancing With The Stars co-host, Brooke Burke, admitted her highlight of the night hit closer to home.
"The highlight of the night for me was walking out the door and my three-and-a-half year old looking at me and going 'mommy could you buy that dress for me?'"
Funny-man actor Steve Carrell announced his departure from his show, The Office, earlier this year. The comedian has just one more year left to film, and while rumors are swirling that Portia De Rossi will replace him, Carrel's co-star, Melora Hardin thinks she'd be a better choice! When asked who she thought would make the best replacement the actress shouted "Me!"