Emmys' Tight-knit TV Casts
GIRL'S BEST FRIEND
DRIVE, SHE SAID
Eric Stonestreet, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Aubrey Anderson-Emmons are the wheel deal when it comes to TV families. The 5-year-old, who plays Stonestreet and Tyler Ferguson's adopted daughter Lily on Modern Family is clearly in the driver's seat for her TV dads' affections following a Disneyland shoot in March.
DOWN FOR THE COUNT
Off the clock on the 30 Rock set in August, Alec Baldwin, who plays network exec Jack Donaghy, goes from boss to buddy with Tracy Morgan, who Tweeted a photo of the duo, writing, "Me and Alec just chilling!! How ya like me now!"
WITH THE PROGRAM
Julia Louis-Dreyfus plays hooky from the White House with her Veep coworkers (including Tony Hale, Reid Scott, Timothy Simons, Matt Walsh, Sufe Bradshaw and Ken Bulcroft), who take to the streets to celebrate getting picked up for a second season.
It's more than a show-mance between Ty Burrell and Julie Bowen, who play the all-American Dunphys on Modern Family. Bowen showed off her awesome birthday present from Burrell – a N.Y. Knicks Jeremy Lin jersey! – writing, "Ty Burrell gave me an actual, signed and USED @JLin7 jersey!!!! #bestbirthday."
Gavin DeGraw finds some very special fans in the crowd at his August show in Los Angeles, including former DWTS castmates Julianne Hough, Chelsie Hightower, Derek Hough and his ballroom partner Karina Smirnoff, who Tweeted a photo of the night's festivities. Later, Julianne even gave DeGraw a friendly lap dance!
It's not all work for the Modern Family cast, who make time for play while shooting the ABC Emmy-winning sitcom in Disneyland. And when the happy family – including Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Sofia Vergara, Ed O'Neill, Eric Stonestreet, Julie Bowen and Sarah Hyland – said goodbye to Main Street USA, they left behind a sweet trail of memories on Twitter.
KISS OF APPROVAL
Girls do just want to have fun! HBO's resident 20-somethings Lena Dunham and Allison Williams introduce some men in uniform to New York during May's Fleet Week. No wonder these two have hit it off: "Marnie was actually written by [actor and show creator] Lena about one of her very food friends," Williams, daughter of NBC news anchor Brian Williams, told Elle in April.