Aaron Paul, Tracy Morgan and More Show Off Their Other Halves at the Emmys

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Aaron Paul, Tracy Morgan and More Show Off Their Other Halves at the Emmys

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"Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul might play a bad guy on the fit FX show, but in real life he's nothing but a softie. Case in point: Paul dedicated his Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Emmy to his new fiance, Lauren Parsekian.

"Last but certainly not least," Paul thanked his "beautiful, inspiring fiance."

"Thank you so much for looking at me the way that you do, you truly saved me," he added.

Paul proposed to his love on New Year's Eve in Paris - and he hasn't stopped gushing over her since.

"She's the greatest woman that has ever existed. No offense to other women on this planet, but she is hands down the best," Paul told GQ in July.

And they have the popular music festival Coachella to thank for that.

"We'd met at Coachella [the California music festival], became friends," the 32-year-old added. "And then a year later, we fell in love at Coachella. We ran off together at Coachella. You know, first kiss on the Ferris wheel sort of thing."

All together now: Aww!

Paul isn't the only celeb to bring his love to the show.

Sofia Vergara

"Modern Family" stunner Sofia Vergara dominated the talk of the 2012 Primetime Emmys with her new fiance, Nick Loeb. The on-again, off-again pair got engaged in Mexico over her 40th birthday weekend.

So, are they already planning a wedding? Nope! Vergara told E! they want to take some time before tying the knot.

Michael C. Hall

"Dexter" actor Michael C. Hall made the red carpet debut with his new girlfriend, Morgan Macgregor.

"They're totally together and cute," a source told US Weekly.

Hall divorced his "Dexter" co-star Jennifer Carpenter in 2011 after his battle with lymphoma. However, the pair "are just good friends. Their divorce was the most amicable in the world."

"He is and always will be one of my best friends in the world," Carpenter said. "And just because the marriage ended doesn't mean the love isn't still there."

So, who is Macgregor? She's a writer and an associate editor at the "Los Angeles Review of Books." She also likes public radio, lattes, and doing her makeup in public. She's working on a novel, and plans to open a bookstore called Dead or Alive."

Sounds like an interesting girl!

Were you touched by Aaron Paul's speech to his fiance?

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