The Emmy Moments You Won't Believe

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Family is great for support, but sometimes it's fun for them to give you a reality check.

Black-ish star Anthony Anderson walked away empty handed after Sunday's Emmy Awards, but he was able to laugh about it, thanks to his mother, Doris.

When ET asked Anderson about the craziest moment of the night for him, he recalled an emotional moment during the broadcast.

"I dropped a tear during the commercial break, and I don't know what that was from," he said.

"I'll tell you," Doris chimed in. "He lost!"

At the show rehearsal on Saturday, Anderson snapped pics with his Black-ish co-star and fellow nominee, Tracee Ellis Ross, in the I Can't Believe It's Not Butter!® photo booth backstage. The TV couple were just some of the celebs who visited the photo booth in the Emmy Giving™ Suite, benefiting the Television Academy Foundation.

ET teamed up with I Can't Believe It's Not Butter!® to bring you some of the biggest "can't believe it" moments from Sunday night's 68th Primetime Emmy Awards like America Ferrera spilling details on her pre-Emmy workout.

"I ran a triathlon yesterday," Ferrera told ET. "I got a massage this morning so that my feet could fit in the high heels!"

James Corden shared his secret talent, explaining that earlier in the day he was helping Los Angeles' new NFL team.

"I was cheerleading at the LA Rams!" Corden said. Sadly his choreographed moves were left on the field. "I can only do it in the [Los Angeles Memorial] Coliseum," he joked.

And Keegan-Michael Key had the perfect response when ET's Nancy O'Dell caught his date massaging his butt on the red carpet.

"She's trying to anchor herself, so she needs to get hold of a cheek just in case she goes over," he joked. "That's the new trend in Hollywood, guys! Girlfriends be rubbing butts."

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