Celebs Talk Firsts on the Emmy Red Carpet

by Raphael Chestang 10:43 PM PDT, September 23, 2012
Playing Celebs Talk Firsts on the Emmy Red Carpet

ET's Nancy O'Dell was on the scorching red carpet of the Emmy Awards on Sunday, where the stars revealed their firsts -- from their first celebrity crush to their first wardrobe malfunction.

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Sunday marked a major first for Nicole Kidman as she hit the Emmy red carpet for the first time. She revealed that her husband, new American Idol judge Keith Urban judiciously chose her dress for the event.

Eric Stonestreet had a first on the Emmy red carpet as well. The Modern Family actor joked that he had his first "wardrobe malfunction" during our interview when he showed Nancy an icepack he was concealing on his lower back.

Nancy got Eric to open up on the spread of false rumors linking him with Charlize Theron.

"It's so funny. I didn't even know what to say about it," said Eric who learned about the rumors from a text. "I thought they were joking."

The topic of first cars brought back bad memories across the board no matter what the make or model. Jon Cryer revealed that his first car was a Maserati.

"I grew up in New York City and never learned to drive until I was like 25 years old and I already had a career," explained Jon, who went on to describe the car as more trouble than any human should have to endure. "At one point I took it in to be serviced. They took something out, slammed the trunk and said, 'You're good to go.' I said ... 'You have to put something back in if you took something out!'"

Kevin Costner had a far more pleasant time reflecting on his first celebrity crush, Leslie Ann Warren.

"They're coming out with that Park 666 now, and she was in that," Kevin said. "I remember she said this line to this guy: 'You're the boss,' and I was like 11 and I went, 'Really?' ... She was very sexy, how she did it."

Watch the video for more. The 64th Primetime Emmys aired Sunday night on ABC. Click here for the entire list of winners.