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Lady Gaga among the stars sparkling at the Emmys

Lady Gaga stole the show as she stepped out at the 67th Emmy Awards channelling old Hollywood glamour.

Gaga, known for her quirky fashion sense, opted for an elegant, full-length black gown from designer Brandon Maxwell.

The Bad Romance singer also showed off her sparkling, heart-shaped engagement ring.

Model Heidi Klum stepped out in a yellow, Versace gown, with one long sleeve, and a tiny strap on the other side.

Talking about her fashion choice she said: "I called Donatella (Versace) and I said, 'I have to have this canary yellow dress,' and here it is."

A few other stars also opted for yellow as their fashion colour of choice including Mindy Kaling, Padma Lakshmi, Taylor Schilling and Dascha Polanco.

Downton Abbey's Joanne Froggatt wore a J Mendel gown with Jimmy Choo shoes.

She was one of the lucky stars whose fashion choice complimented the sweltering 95F (35C) heat on the red carpet at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles.

She said: "It is summery and light and thank goodness, it's so hot I'm happy I chose a lightweight dress."

Empire actress Taraji P Henson wore a custom Alexander Wang gown with bike-chain straps, while Homeland star Claire Danes followed suit with a sequin Prada gown, sporting chains on the straps and sides.

Modern Family's Sarah Hyland went for a fitted Zac Posen gown and Orange Is The New Black's Laverne Cox wowed in a teal, custom Calvin Klein Collection silk crepe dress designed by Francisco Costa.

Scandal actress Kerry Washington was not shy to up the bling factor in a silver encrusted Marc Jacobs dress.

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