• Mario Lopez on Emmy night (Getty Images/Twitter)

    Mario Lopez's Emmy night wasn't all glitz and glamour. It was more like illness and IVs.

    While you couldn't tell by photos, the new dad was under the weather when he reported to the red carpet for his "Extra" hosting duties. He still looked dapper in a tuxedo and smiled broadly, displaying those trademark dimples.

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    But the "X Factor" host, who was in Las Vegas over the weekend covering the iHeartRadio music festival, was battling an undisclosed bug. Shortly before the red carpet kicked off he tweeted, "Emmy Sunday! Feeling a bit run down & out of it...I'll rally. Let me know what u want me to ask ur favorite stars. I'll be on the red carpet."

    And while the 39-year-old did rally, conducting interviews with "House of Cards'" Kevin Spacey, "Modern Family's" Eric Stonestreet, and "Homeland's" Morena Baccarin to name a few, that hard work did him in. By 8 p.m., the "Saved by the Bell" alum was at home in bed getting

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  • Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale pose together. (Getty Images)There was no denying it: Rose Byrne was glowing at the 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night, and it wasn't just her new 'do.

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  • "The Voice" host Carson Daly and producer Mark Burnett [photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images]

    Since the inception of the Outstanding Reality Competition Program Emmy category in 2003, "American Idol" has been in the running a whopping nine times…but it has never won. In 2012 and 2013, it wasn't even nominated — but rival series "The Voice" was.

    And then this year, in only its second try, "The Voice" was able to do what "Idol" never could: It beat out the Emmys' perennial favorite, nine-time winner "The Amazing Race," and actually WON the Outstanding Reality Competition Emmy. Somewhere in a penthouse office suite over at 19 Entertainment, Simon Fuller is probably punching a wall right now.

    One "Idol"-affiliated exec who was definitely less than pleased with "The "Voice's" upset victory was "Idol's" former producer, Nigel Lythgoe, whose show "So You Think You Can Dance" was also nominated this year.

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    The 65th Primetime Emmy Awards was a reasonably tight affair (only running 12 minutes over) with fewer song and dance numbers than you'd expect from host Neil Patrick Harris and a fair number of upsets. But despite Harris's reputation for keeping things upbeat, the night often slipped into a somberness that made the show feel longer than its actual 192 minutes.

    The show opened with Harris sitting down to watch an entire season of television in what must have been an editor's nightmare as clips from various shows talked to him and to each other. That led into a delightful traffic jam onstage as past Emmy hosts appeared to offer advice. Jimmy Kimmel, Jane Lynch, Jimmy Fallon, and Conan O'Brien heaped on unhelpful help until they were upstaged by an aside from Kevin Spacey (as his "House of Cards" alter-ego Francis Underwood). "I was promised the hosting job this year and they turned me down," he snarled in a nod to the show that received nine nominations this year. The segment ended on

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  • Emmys 2013: The Best and Worst Moments

    Obviously, "Nurse Jackie" star Merrit Wever's uber-brief acceptance speech was a winner, and we salute the ladies in red and green and yellow, who brought some much-needed brightness to the otherwise blah color palette of Emmy's red carpet. On the flip side, a TV legend ruined a sweet presentation with the night's harshest moment, while CBS went a little overboard with their self-promos among presenters. And those are but a few of our best, and worst, moments of Emmy night 2013.

    The Best

    Michael Douglas Comes Out on Top

    While accepting his award for Lead Actor in a

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