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BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) -- It's never too early to start celebrating the Emmys.

Actors Kyra Sedgwick, Bryan Cranston and his TV son Aaron Paul, Julia Ormond, Chris Colfer of "Glee" and Kathryn Joosten of "Desperate Housewives" toasted their Emmy nominations three weeks before the big show at a party hosted by the television academy.

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Performers Peer Group celebrated the on-screen stars Wednesday at Chakra restaurant in Beverly Hills.

The 62nd annual Emmy Awards will be presented at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Aug. 29 and broadcast live on NBC.