Emmys 2012: Follow the Emmy Awards live on Twitter
Jimmy Kimmel is hosting the Emmys for the first time. (Bob D'Amico / ABC)
Emmy host Jimmy Kimmel was recently listed by MacAfee as one of the riskiest celebrities to search for online. In fact, he was the only male in the top 20 celebrity names most used by cyber criminals for nefarious deeds.
It's a good bet his online presence will be more prominent than usual as the comedian gets set to host the 64th Primetime Emmy Awardson Sunday night. After all, he recently told CNN that the Emmy producers are "letting me do some genuinely weird stuff on the show."
Will this "weird stuff" become the stuff of Twitter legend? And for the right reasons, or the wrong reasons?
We'll find out soon enough how Kimmel's first time hosting the Emmys plays out -- and, of course, who wins the gold statuettes, when the awards air live on ABC starting at 5 p.m. PDT. (The red carpet officially opens at 2:30 p.m. PDT.)
You can follow the action Sunday night as Times reporters tweet from the scene at the Nokia Theatre and about the Emmy Awards show below.
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