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The 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (The Emmys 2012), will be held on September 23, 2012 at the Nokia Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles, California.

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Watch Emmys 2012 online. By the end of the night, all of the awards for the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards will be handed out and the winners (and some of the losers, as well) will be out whooping it up at various parties across Hollywood till who knows when. But what time do the Emmys themselves start?

Emmys 2012 live stream. The Emmys, which are being handed out at the Nokia Theatre on Sunday, will begin at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

Due to when the last season of "Damages" aired, two-time winner Glenn Close has still got another year to be nominated for lead actress, so we're going to go wild on our prediction here and go with Michelle Dockery for "Downton Abbey" -- the adored period drama is nominated for several categories this year, but this seems one in which it has a particularly good chance.

Speaking to PEOPLE following a Benefit Cosmetics and Fashion Police bash in N.Y.C. (photo below), Rivers said that she believes television stars “don’t dress as crazy” as people in movies. Why? “Apparently, you need film money to afford the really good drugs,” she joked.

And while we’ll be looking to see who’s wearing what, which fashion trends emerge Sunday night and who wins a statuette, Rivers will be looking forward to something else. “What am I hoping to see?” she asked. “Three skinny b*tches fighting to the death over a cheeseburger, and Jon Hamm naked. But, look who you’re asking.”

Then Again: Poehler could pull off an upset in her third consecutive nomination as Parks And Rec’s Leslie Knope. The fact she is so universally well-liked in the industry helps, but obviously hasn’t helped enough thus far. Also looming as a longshot is the white-hot Lena Dunham, nominated this year as producer, writer, director and lead actress for Girls. Not bad for a kid in her mid-twenties in the first year of her first series.

Not Bloody Likely: Of the category’s other four nominees, all but first-timer Zooey Deschanel have won in the category before: Edie Falco (2010 for Nurse Jackie and three previous times for The Sopranos), Tina Fey (2008 for 30 Rock) and Melissa McCarthy (last year for Mike & Molly). Of the four, Deschanel has the best shot as the adorable, fresh-faced semi-newcomer. But she will have to wait her turn.

Kimmel said the most difficult thing about emceeing the 64th annual Primetime Emmys is juggling hosting duties with his day job.

"There's a lot of work to be done," Kimmel said. "I've been up very late working on this stuff. You have to write every presenter intro, and then the presenters change or the combinations change, and then you have to change those things. What I'm trying to say is this is a real pain."

Inside the Nokia Theatre, stagehands were hard at work on the sweeping art deco-style set. The stage has been accented with silver tiles and features a voluminous circular screen hanging above several curved walls that can double as screens.

Who Will Win: Claire Danes has already won a Golden Globe for her frantic but focused work on Homeland, and she has the Emmy momentum of her Temple Grandin win behind her, so we think this is hers to lose. Either her or Kathy Bates for Harry's Law. Haha, just kidding.

Who Should Win: We're pretty comfortable with a Danes win here. Everyone else in this category has already been well-decorated, with the exception of Downton Abbey's Michelle Dockery and Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss. Those two are great in their respective roles, but they really should be in the supporting category. (Where Moss would definitely be our favorite to win.)