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SHOTLIST (including transcript):-AP EntertainmentFILE: Los Angeles, 18 September 20111. Fashion shot: actress Lea Michelle in Marchesa2. Fashion shot: actress Katie Holmes in Calvin Klein 3. Fashion shot: actress Jane Lynch4. Fashion shot: actress Gwyneth Paltrow in Pucci5. Fashion shot: actress Kate Winslet in Elie SaabAP ImagesFILE: Los Angeles, 29 August 20106. Still image of Kyra Sedgwick at the Primetime Emmy Awards7. Still image of Kyra Sedgwick holding her Emmy statue after winningAP EntertainmentFILE: Los Angeles, 28 August 20128. SOUNDBITE (English) Kyra Sedgwick/Actress, on what it's like to get ready for the Emmy Awards:"well I think you put so much importance on that day and you want to look your absolute best. I think you spend a long time looking for a dress that was always the big deal for me. You think it's really important although it's really not that important. Actually, I don't know about that. I think winning is not as important as your dress, so forget what I just said. Yeah, I think it takes hours and hours to get ready beforehand and then you sort of stand there and hope that things aren't going to change when you stand in front of the paparazzi getting your picture taken. It's a lot of pressure but it's a great day and you are so honored and grateful to be nominated and you are around so many other people that do what you do and do it well. It's nice."AP EntertainmentFILE: Los Angeles, 18 September 20119. Fashion shot: actress Sophia Vergara in Vera Wang10. Fashion shot: actress Christina HendricksAP EntertainmentLos Angeles, 13 September 201211. Close-up of bold red plum lipsAP EntertainmentLos Angeles, 13 September 201212. SOUNDBITE (English) Matt Rezaiyan/Celebrity Make-up Artist, on this year's Emmy trend:"This year's red carpet for the Emmys we are going to see a lot of spill-over from the Fall fashion show runways. We are going to see all kinds of lips. Red strong lips. We are going to see chocolate red lips. Anything basically bold and strong. For the eyes, we are going to see a lot of cat eye inspired shapes."AP EntertainmentLos Angeles, 13 September 201213. Celebrity Make-up Artist Matt Rezaiyan applies cat eye look to modelAP EntertainmentLos Angeles, 15 September 201214. SOUNDBITE (English) Brenda Strong/Actress:"I'm not. I am sweating on the inside right now. There's sweat dripping down my legs. I am not beating anything. It's beating me very slowly. Thank you, I look cool. It's an act. It's all an act, I'm not cool at all. I'm boiling up. "15. Fashion shot, Brenda StrongAP EntertainmentLos Angeles, 13 September 201216. SOUNDBITE (English) Matt Rezaiyan/Celebrity Make-up Artist, on how to keep your make-up looking fresh in the heat:"So the Emmy's are the hottest red carpet of the year. Celebrities are going to be coming in, they have a bunch of interviews to do and everything so they want to keep looking good. Not only the red carpet, they have to go in the show, sit down for the event and then they have the after parties to go to. So how do they keep from looking like a hot mess? Well for the skin, there are two things you can do. You can do a primer before a foundation. That will keep everything looking even the whole night. You can also use a fixing spray for your make-up. You can get it in aerosol, or sometimes you can get it in a spray, like a regular spray."AP EntertainmentLos Angeles, 15 September 201217. SOUNDBITE (English) Loretta Devine/Actress:"It is hot as hell (Laughs) Whoa! It is so hot. I feel cool. (Reporter: How do you do it?) Deodorant (Laughs)."18. Wide of Loretta Devine posing for photographersAP EntertainmentLos Angeles, 13 September 201219. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Michael K Obeng/Celebrity Plastic Surgeon, on using Botox in armpits:"When you have a hot day like the Emmys, you want to make sure you are not sweating. That's when Botox also comes in handy."20. Medium of box of fillers21. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr. Michael K Obeng/Celebrity Plastic Surgeon, on most common celebrity procedures before red carpets:"If you have a few days, just Botox and then you have filler. With a filler you are going to be swollen at night but if you keep ice on it, the next day you are going to be fine. You can put on your make-up."22. Wide of Botox being injected on forehead23. Close-up of fillers being injected in upper lipAP EntertainmentFILE: Los Angeles, 28 August 201224. SOUNDBITE (English) Kyra Sedgwick/Actress, on what it's like to get ready for the Emmy Awards:"I do think a facial's always good. I like to get a lot of sleep. I think that's like the best beauty sleep ever."AP EntertainmentFILE: Los Angeles, 18 September 201125. Wide shot of red carpet