Blast From the Past: See the 2015 Emmy Nominees' First Emmys Red Carpet Ever

What better way to celebrate this year's Emmys than with a look back at some of our favorite TV stars' first time on the awards show's red carpet? From a platinum blond Amy Poehler to a fresh-faced Cat Deeley, enjoy this walk down Emmy lane.

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Sofia Vergara It's well known that Vergara is a natural blond, but check out how dark her hair was in the early days of Modern Family! Her first Emmy appearance was in 2010, when Vergara was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress for her role as Gloria Delgado-Pritchett. Photo Credit: Getty Images

Sarah Hyland The dark-hair trend continued in Modern Family's earlier days, this time with Hyland (also in 2010). The only thing missing in this photo is a slice of pizza, which would become her red carpet staple a few years later. Photo Credit: Getty Images

Julie Bowen Prior to her Modern Family Emmy wins in the supporting-actress category, Bowen attended her first ceremony in 2007, back when the show was still held at the Shrine Auditorium. Photo Credit: Getty Images

Ariel Winter At 12 years old, Winter attended her first Emmys in 2010, when Modern Family was nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series. So sweet. Photo Credit: Getty Images

Amy Poehler Rocking platinum blond hair and a glowing tan, Poehler attended her first Emmys in 2006. Her first nom would come two years later for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy for her work on Saturday Night Live. Photo Credit: Getty Images

Rashida Jones Twenty-five years ago, Jones attended the Emmys on the arm of her mom, Peggy Lipton. So cute! Jones is nominated this year not only as part of the ensemble comedy for Parks and Rec but also for Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking for Hot Girls Wanted on Netflix. Photo Credit: Getty Images

Aubrey Plaza The Parks and Rec star made her first appearance at the 2011 Emmys in a white Grecian halter gown. Photo Credit: Getty Images

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Taking a page from Little House on the Prairie, Louis-Dreyfus dressed sweet and simple for the 1992 Emmys — her first as a nominee for playing Elaine on Seinfeld. Photo Credit: Getty Images  

Judith Light Back in 1992 — when Who's the Boss? was ending its run and a red ribbon showing support during the AIDS crisis was on the lapel of every celeb—Light conquered the red carpet in a black dress. Shockingly, her only Emmy nom was in 2007 for playing Claire Meade on Ugly Betty. Photo Credit: Getty Images

Tina Fey In 2002, Fey not only made glasses look majorly chic, but she also won Outstanding Writing for a Variety Program for her work on Saturday Night Live. Her first nomination came in 2001 in the same category. Photo Credit: Getty Images

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