But it's not all about doling out couture booty to celebs like host Neil Patrick Harris and presenters Alex Baldwin, Amy Poehler, Bryan Cranston, and Sofia Vergara; it's about raising some dough (the goal is $150,000) via the celebrities for the Television Academy Foundation.
Among many other pursuits, the foundation — which was established in 1959 — administers a celebrated television industry student internship program for college students and recognizes top student TV producers and filmmakers with its College Television Awards.
The generous Emmy-related giving will take place in the aptly named Giving Suite, where stars who participate can mingle and browse the goods in an uberstylish backstage lounge designed by HGTV Design Star Josh Johnson.
So now to the good stuff; here's what celebs will find in the Giving Suite: Couture by Wetstyle bath furnishings; 808 CANZ wireless speakers; Marchesa by Lenox picture frame; Sabra dips and spreads; Samuelsohn luxury menswear; the Oaks at Ojai Spa get-fit getaway; Waltzing Matilda leather work bag; Whitening Lightning teeth-whitening system; and Zoomer, the interactive robot pet.
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That's not all. Celebrities will also receive Catherine Original handcrafted jewelry, online learning from ABCmouse.com, Invitation Consultants stationery, Nambé Butterfly Chip & Dip serving dishes, Qore24 hand sanitizer, luggage from the Container Store, and the Enlightened Kid Program.
So even if a nominee doesn't take home a statuette, this impressive swag bag will hopefully offer a little comfort behind the scenes.
The 65th Primetime Emmy Awards will air from the Nokia Theatre LA Live on Sunday, Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. on CBS.