Emmy Night: 6 Celebrities You Need To Follow During The Show

Lena Dunham, Aaron Paul and Mindy Kaling are ones to watch on social media come Sunday.

Liz Lemon and Daenerys Targaryen in the same room? Must be Emmy night! (Or the best fan-fic ever.) And if there’s one thing hotter than our favorite small-screen ladies rubbing elbows, it’s second-screen viewing (that thing where you watch TV with another electronic device firmly clutched to your bosom for the most pressing of social media needs).

But one doesn’t simply follow their Aunt Helen or Uncle Bernie on a night such as this — not with the slew of celebrities who will be revealing all the inside Emmy scoop via Twitter, Instagram and Vine. So without further ado, here is a carefully curated list of six celebrities you need to follow before the 65th annual Emmy Awards air on CBS at 8 p.m. ET.

Neil Patrick Harris, @instagranph on Instagram
Host
This is NPH’s second time hosting the Emmys (his first since the advent of Instagram, however), and he’s already using the site to post cheeky behind-the-scenes images.

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