Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman attended the Emmy awards with husband William H Macy at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium on Sunday. She later collected the best actress in a comedy award for her role in the show.
Pregnant Jennifer Garner posed on the red carpet. The actress, who recently married Ben Affleck, was nominated for Alias for the fourth year running.
A clearly delighted Patricia Arquette won best drama actress for new crime series Medium, in which she plays a psychic who solves mysteries.
Donald Trump and Megan Mullally from Will and Grace performed a musical skit during the ceremony at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
Ellen DeGeneres hosted the show for a second time. Although she paid tribute to the victims of Hurricane Katrina, the majority of the show was kept light-hearted and humorous.
Matthew Fox, pictured with wife Margherita Ronchi, plays hero doctor Jack in ABC hit Lost. The show went on to win best drama on the night.
Hugh Laurie was flying the flag for British talent, nominated for his role as an eccentric doctor in House. He lost to James Spader for Boston Legal.
S Epatha Merkerson celebrated her win for best actress in a TV movie/miniseries for Lackawanna Blues with Halle Berry. During the ceremony she lost her acceptance speech down the front of her dress, where she had stored it.
Debra Messing was at the ceremony to support her sitcom Will and Grace. The comedy was nominated in 15 categories but eventually left empty-handed.
Tony Shalhoub (L) of Monk and Boston Legal's James Spader congratulate each other backstage for their acting wins.
British Lost star Naveen Andrews was at the Emmys with actress girlfriend Barbara Hershey.
The OC's Rachel Bilson and Mischa Barton chatted together at the Governor's Ball aftershow dinner.