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This Is Us' Justin Hartley & Chris Sullivan Bring Wives To Emmy Nominees Reception

Justin Hartley and wife Sofia Pernas couple up for the Television Academy’s Reception to Honor 73rd Emmy Award Nominees held at Television Academy on Friday (September 17) in Los Angeles.

The This Is Us actor was joined by his co-star, Chris Sullivan, and his wife Rachel at the event.

Other stars spotted at the event include Black-ish‘s Anthony Anderson and Miles Brown, Yvette Nicole Brown, Kerri Kenney-Silver, Jamie Lee, Eliza Bennett, Laz Alonso, Rickey Minor, Bobby Berk, paralympian Jessica Long, Karen Fukuhara, Carl Clemons-Hopkins, and Brendan Scannell.

The Underground Railroad stars Kylee D. Allen, Thuso Mbedu and Mychal-Bella Bowman were also pictured together on the red carpet.

Mare of Easttown‘s Julianne Nicholson is also pictured in the gallery below at Los Angeles Confidential’s Annual Emmys Celebration held at The Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills.

Be sure to check out the full list of Emmy nominations HERE before the show this weekend!

FYI: Justin is wearing the OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition Watch.

Click through the gallery for 40+ photos of Justin Hartley, Julianne Nicholson, Chris Sullivan and more on the red carpet… More Here! »

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Paralympian Jessica Long Stars in Inspiring Super Bowl Commercial for Toyota - Watch Now!

Jessica Long is the subject of Toyota‘s inspiring Super Bowl Commercial.

The advertisement focuses on how the 28-year-old Paralympian swimmer was adopted from an orphanage in Siberia and how she became one of the most successful American swimmers of all-time.

Jessica actually made her Paralympic debut at the 2004 Athens Games, when she was only 12.

After competing in the 2012 London Paralympics, and 2016 Rio Paralympics, she became the second-most decorated Paralympian in U.S. history.

Jessica‘s story was also told in Long Way Home, a short documentary film that while it debuted in 2014, is streaming now on Peacock.

“We believe there is hope and strength in all of us,” Toyota’s commercial ends, promoting themselves as proud sponsors of the athletes of the upcoming Paralympics and Olympics.

Watch below!