EXCLUSIVE: Felicity Huffman Gushes About William H. Macy, Talks Support of Emmy Rossum's Equal Pay Battle

The 54-year-old actress credited Macy for keeping her youthful as their 20th wedding anniversary approaches.

Leave it to William H. Macy to turn Golden Globes prep into a party!

ET's Nancy O'Dell caught up with Macy's wife, Felicity Huffman, on the red carpet ahead of the Golden Globes in Los Angeles on Sunday, where she opened up about her husband's interesting contribution to her red carpet ritual, and gushed about their upcoming 20th wedding anniversary.

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"It takes a village, I'm not kidding. Of course it starts with a shower -- yoga and then a shower and then you've got your stylist and your hair person and your makeup person and Spanx and I don't know… fake hair," Huffman said, before adding that her husband brings her glam squad total to five people. "He makes drinks for everyone!"

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The 54-year-old actress also credits her husband for keeping her looking flawless year after year.

"The fountain of youth… I don't know, probably being married to William H. Macy!" she cracked, adding that the two are "very much" happily married as they approach their 20th wedding anniversary.

Huffman, who is nominated this year for Best Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for her role in American Crime, also opened up about Macy's support of another woman, his Shameless co-star, Emmy Rossum in her battle for equal pay.

"It was an of course moment. I mean, Bill loves women and thinks there should be equal rights, and the fact it hasn't been ratified since, what, 1927, is pretty shocking. So of course he's going to stand up and say a woman should make as much as a man."

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