Late night talk show rivals Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel are teaming up to present together at the Emmy Awards ceremony this Sunday on Fox. Fallon’s show “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” is competing as Best Variety Series for the first time. Kimmel has no nods this year but won a Daytime Emmy in 1999 as co-host of “Win Ben Stein’s Money.”
Other presenters announced today include guest star winners from last weekend Loretta Devine (“Grey’s Anatomy”), Paul McCrane (“Harry’s Law”), and Gwyneth Paltrow (“Glee”). The other guest acting winner, Justin Timberlake (“Saturday Night Live”), has not been confirmed.
In addition, lead drama actor nominee Hugh Laurie (“House”), “Charlie’s Angels” stars Annie Illonzeh, Minka Kelly, Rachael Taylor, and executive producer Drew Barrymore, Maria Bello (“Prime Suspect”), David Boreanaz (“Bones”), Katie Holmes (“The Kennedys”), William H. Macy (“Shameless”), Anna Paquin (“True Blood”), David Spade (“Rules of Engagement”), and Anna Torv (“Fringe”) have been added to the roster.
They join previously announced presenters Will Arnett, Scott Caan, Don Cheadle, Bryan Cranston, Jon Cryer, Kaley Cuoco, Claire Danes, Zooey Deschanel, Ashton Kutcher, Rob Lowe, Jason O’Mara, Julianna Margulies, Melissa McCarthy, Lea Michele, Amy Poehler, Ian Somerhalder, Sofia Vergara, and Kerry Washington.
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