HBO threw a celeb-packed party after the Emmy’s — but the real star of the bash was Zendaya.
The network booked out the entire exclusive private club San Vicente Bungalows to celebrate their awards haul at Monday night’s Emmys.
“Last night was incredibly fun” says our source, “Practically every one was walking around with their Emmys and having a good time.
“The entire casts of “Succession,” “Hacks,” “White Lotus,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Euphoria” were eating sushi and tacos and drinking and dancing and having fun.
“But the real star of the party among all the stars was Zendaya,” added the source.
“She is so beautiful and elegant, everyone that saw her even the other stars were just in awe of her. She’s like the Aubrey Hepburn of our generation.
“At one point, Larry David, Jeremy Strong and Zendaya were all sitting next to each other and all Jeremy and Larry could do was keep on sneaking in stares at how beautiful Zendaya was, despite their wives sitting with them.”
She wore a custom black Valentino gown for the awards ceremony, then for the afterparty slipped into a gorgeous Valentino red cady couture dress especially designed for her by creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli.
Earlier in the night, her show “Euphoria” took home six statuettes for its second season, including a win for series star Zendaya for best actress in a drama series.
HBO and HBO Max picked up 38 Emmy’s in total, thanks to 10 wins by “The White Lotus” while “Succession” won best drama series.
We are told that San Vicente owner Jeff Klein only allows private parties that shut down the club two or three times a year – one is the A-List CAA Oscar Party and another is the HBO Emmy party. Klein personally picks which parties he will allow to do this, and its only for “winners.”
Also at the bash were Oscar Isaac, Issa Rae, Judd Appatow, Sydney Sweeney, Hannah Einbinder, Yvonne Orji, Jimmy Akinbola, Matthew Macfadyen, Nicholas Braun, Molly Shannon and Cheryl Hines.
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