Best-Dressed Stars at the Creative Arts Emmys

See which celebs rocked the red carpet at the prequel to the main event this past Saturday.

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Christina Hendricks

Although the voluptuous Mad Men star wore nerd-chic black-framed glasses while reading the teleprompter on stage, on the red carpet, she oozed sex appeal in a Christian Siriano black tiered number.
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Jane Lynch

The woman with a thousand track suits retired her Glee uniform for a glam silver gown. She had cause to celebrate that night, with the hit show scoring several awards, including one for the music in the "Power of Madonna" episode, in which she sang a hot rendition of "Vogue."
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Elizabeth Mitchell

Lost may be over, but good old Juliet — the role for which she scored an Outstanding Guest Actress nomination — still had us captivated in her nude gown.
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Stana Katic

Castle's very own Beckett rocked a beautiful gown from Badgley Mischka's resort collection to one of her first red carpets.
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Kristin Chenoweth

The Broadway vet — who was up for her hilarious-and-beautiful-and-sweet-all-at-the-same-time guest turn in Glee — showed off her gams in a short navy dress with brocade details.
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Mary Lynn Rajskub

24's go-to gal dolled up in a whimsical mini strapless dress with a frothy tiered ruffle skirt.
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Kathy Griffin

The self-proclaimed D-lister may mock the Creative Arts Emmys, but — not one to miss a good red carpet — she sure showed up for it. Her reality show, My Life on the D-List, was nominated but lost to the Ryan Seacrest-produced Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution.
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