Chrisshell Stause of Sunset Sale and Chelsea Lazkani Attend the Magic Factor at Creative Arts Emmys

The sale of Chrishell Stause of Sunset and co-star Chelsea Lazcanny brought out the magic factor as they led the stars at a Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles at night.

Chrischel, 41, was a presenter at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, slipping her sculpted frame into a burnt orange dress of shimmering peekaboo and bountiful bounties.

Chelsea, 29, cut a glamorous figure in an extravagantly designed crimson gown featuring heavily embellished floral accents and stuck to her acting figure.

Making it happen: Sale of Sunset's Chrishell Stause (pictured) and co-star Chelsea Lazcanny turned magic factor as they led the stars on one night at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles.

Flared: Chelsea, 29, cut a glamorous figure in an extravagantly designed crimson gown featuring heavily embellished floral accents and stuck to her acting figure.

Making it happen: Sale of Sunset’s Chrishell Stause (left) and co-star Chelsea Lazcanny (right) showed off the magic factor as they led the stars on one night at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles

Chelsea sported a pair of sheer mesh opera gloves, and she completed her look with a pair of matching ruby ​​earrings and a splash of deep crimson lipstick.

The siren features on her screen glazed over with makeup and posed in an almost cup-like pose as she posed in front of the paparazzi on the red carpet.

Sunset Selling stars gave rousing descriptions of themselves at the star-studded event, including Mary Fitzgerald stepping off in a robe-like blue dress, and Emma Hernan, who pulled off the mantle of the night.

Glamorous reality stars flocked to the Microsoft stage, including Kristen Chiu of Bling Empire fame, who opted for a dash of boho chic with a colorful polka dot gown over a turtleneck.

Gorgeous: Chrischel, 41, was an attendee at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, slipping her sculpted frame into a burnt orange dress of shimmering peekaboo and bountiful bounties.

Gorgeous: Chrischel, 41, was an attendee at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, slipping her sculpted frame into a burnt orange dress of shimmering peekaboo and bountiful bounties.

Sparkling beauty: Chelsea wore a pair of sheer mesh opera gloves, and completed the look with a pair of matching sapphire earrings with a touch of deep crimson lipstick.

Sparkling beauty: Chelsea wore a pair of sheer mesh opera gloves, and completed the look with a pair of matching sapphire earrings with a touch of deep crimson lipstick.

Tall: The siren features on her screen honed in makeup and put on an almost cup-like pose as she posed for photographers on the red carpet

Tall: The siren features on her screen honed in makeup and put on an almost cup-like pose as she posed for photographers on the red carpet

Busty Shells: The Sunset Stars sale offered a dramatic description of themselves at the star-studded event, including Mary Fitzgerald (pictured) dipped in a blue robe-like gown,

Golden Girl: Emma Hernan on the other hand pulled Night's frown

Busty Shells: The Sunset Sale stars offered a dramatic description of themselves at the star-studded event, including Mary Fitzgerald (left) who set off in a blue robe-like gown, and Emma Hernan (right), who pulled off the mantle of Lil.

Sizzler: Glamorous reality stars flock to the Microsoft stage, including Kristen Chiu of Bling Empire fame, who opted for a dash of boho chic with a colorful polka-dotted gown over a turtleneck

Sizzler: Glamorous reality stars flock to the Microsoft stage, including Kristen Chiu of Bling Empire fame, who opted for a dash of boho chic with a colorful polka-dotted gown over a turtleneck

So You Think You Can Dance Cat Daily, who has five Primetime Emmy nominations to her name, has given her star power to a list of celebrity-filled evenings.

Meanwhile, RuPaul, who that evening won a Creative Arts Emmy for Outstanding Host of a Reality Show or Quiz for his show RuPaul’s Drag Race, emerged victorious with his trophy.

Nerdist founder Chris Hardwicke strutted his stuff alone in a white suit a few days before Labor Day, while comedian duo Adam Paley and John Gabros stayed together during their time on the red carpet.

Royal Purple: So You Think You Can Dance host Kat Daily, who has five Primetime Emmy nominations to her name, bestowed her star on the evening's celebrity-filled list.

Royal Purple: So You Think You Can Dance host Kat Daily, who has five Primetime Emmy nominations to her name, bestowed her star on the evening’s celebrity-filled list.

A legend in his own time: Meanwhile, RuPaul, who that evening won an Emmy for Creative Arts for Outstanding Host of a Reality Show or Quiz for his show RuPaul's Drag Race, triumphed with his trophy

A legend in his own time: Meanwhile, RuPaul, who that evening won an Emmy for Creative Arts for Outstanding Host of a Reality Show or Quiz for his show RuPaul’s Drag Race, triumphed with his trophy

Tickle a funny bone: Nerdist founder Chris Hardwicke strutted his stuff alone in a white suit a few days before Labor Day

This one's fun: Comedy duo Adam Paley and John Gabros stuck together during their time on the red carpet.

Tickle a funny bone: Nerdist founder Chris Hardwick (left) steamed his solo items in a white suit a few days before Labor Day, while comedian duo Adam Paley and John Gabros (right) stuck together during their stint on the red carpet

Queer Eye stars Jonathan Van Ness, Bobby Burke, Anthony Borowski, Tan France and Karamo Brown, whose show won the premier structured reality show that night, succeeded in a gorgeous and memorable group shot.

Judd Apatow proudly held the Emmy he won for producing and directing a documentary about the late legendary comedian George Carlin.

Some couples have turned the award show into a dating night, including Flip Or Flop Chip stars and Joanna Gaines as well as “Science Guy” Bill Nye and his new life Liza Mundy.

Quintet: Queer Eye stars Jonathan Van Ness, Bobby Burke, Anthony Borowski, Tan France and Karamo Brown, whose show won the Outstanding Structured Reality Show that night, posed for a dazzling group shot of remembrance

Quintet: Queer Eye stars Jonathan Van Ness, Bobby Burke, Anthony Borowski, Tan France and Karamo Brown, whose show won the Outstanding Structured Reality Show that night, posed for a dazzling group shot of remembrance

Showbiz titan: Judd Apatow proudly raised his Emmy Award for producing and directing a documentary about the late legendary comedian George Carlin

Showbiz titan: Judd Apatow proudly raised his Emmy Award for producing and directing a documentary about the late legendary comedian George Carlin

Family names: Some couples have turned their awards show into a dating night, including Flip or Flop stars Chip and Joanna Gaines.

Dynamic duo: 'Science Guy' Bill Nye and his new life Liza Mundy were on hand at the festivities too

Family Names: Some couples have turned their awards show into a dating night, including Flip Or Flop Chip stars and Joanna Gaines (left) as well as “Science Guy” Bill Nye and his new life Liza Mundy (right)

Creative Arts Emmy Awards first night

Characteristic vocal performance

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Special Featured Variety (pre-recorded)

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Outstanding technical guidance, photographed work, video control to get special

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Great sound mixing for a variety or special series

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Outstanding lighting design / lighting direction for a special variety

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Outstanding host for a reality show or competition

RuPaul’s Drag Race (VH1)

Outstanding Organized Reality Program

Queer Eye (Netflix)

Great documentary or factual series

The Beatles: Return (Disney+)

Outstanding Directing for a Documentary/Reality Program

Peter Jackson, The Beatles: Get Back (Disney +)

Great Comedy, Drama, or Variety Series

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Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series

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Outstanding production design for a special variety

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Outstanding Music Direction

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Distinguished choreography for diverse or realistic programming

Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3 – Routine: Opening (Prime Video)

Brilliant audio editing for a live or virtual show (single or multi-camera)

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