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Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

'Veep,' 'Thrones' stars celebrate Emmy wins at HBO party

HBO was on fire at the Emmys with a record 14 wins Sunday night, and the network's stars appropriately celebrated at a flame-filled after-party following the ceremony.

"Veep" co-stars and Emmy champs Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Tony Hale posed for photos — including selfies — underneath a mammoth rotating fire sculpture erected outside the Pacific Design Center. The leading comedy actress and supporting comedy actor winners were all smiles despite the sweltering heat at the outdoor soiree.

"Is it hot enough? I don't think it's hot enough," joked Louis-Dreyfus to Hale and Emmy nominee Kerry Washington.

Louis-Dreyfus later clapped along as...