There's no missing Salpi Bezdjian and her mother among the fans in the Emmy red carpet bleachers.
The pair were decked out in matching T-shirts embroidered with sequins that read "I (heart) Emmys."
The 28-year-old Bezdjian, from Pasadena, was taking in her sixth Emmy red carpet.
She arrived with a purse filled with piles of celebrity snapshots and a marker in hopes that some stars might stop by to sign autographs.
So who is her favorite?
"Ryan Seacrest, Michael J. Fox," she says, starting to count on her fingers, unable to pick just one.
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