Emmy Moments Remain Hot Topics

From Tina Fey's wardrobe malfunction to Michael Douglas' remark about his son's imprisonment, INSIDE EDITION covers the ongoing Emmy hot topics.

It's the Emmy wardrobe malfunction everyone's talking about.

It happened when Tina Fey was accepting her award for Best Comedy writing for 30 Rock. Fey shrugged as she ducked around the microphone and the plunging neckline of her Narciso Rodriguez gown revealed a little too much.

She could be seen trying to adjust the dress onstage. The slippage was barely noticeable during the live broadcast, but once the image was slowed down and frozen, it quickly went viral.

Now #tinafeynipslip is a trending topic on Twitter.

"Pretty sure she laughed it off," said one fan.

"Well who doesn't love Tina Fey AND her nipples?" said another.

And Michael Douglas' Best Actor acceptance speech is putting the spotlight on solitary confinement.

Douglas said, "A shout out to my oldest son, Cameron....I hope they allow me to see him soon."

Cameron Douglas is in solitary at a federal penitentiary in Maryland, where he's serving out a 10-year sentence on drug charges.

We all know that life in a federal penitentiary is tough, but Michael Douglas says that his son, Cameron, is facing an excessive two years in solitary confinement.

Cameron is in solitary because he reportedly failed a drug test while in prison. He had originally been sentenced to five years for drug possession and selling drugs, but his term was doubled when he confessed to smuggling "thirty unprescribed Xanax pills" into prison.

Michael Douglas really slammed the prison system backstage, saying, "He's spent almost two years in solitary confinement, and right now I'm being told that I cannot see him for two years."

Now a headline on salon.com says: "Cameron Douglas' Solitary Confinement Is Barbaric."

Prisoners in solitary are alone between 22 and 24 hours a day. They're fed through a slot in the door, and they're deprived of natural light.

Tanya Greene of the ACLU told INSIDE EDITION, "It is clearly to punish prisoners. However, it is not the best punishment. It is not the most effective punishment. It's actually very dangerous punishment."

We're also learning why Mad Men's Jon Hamm sounded so hoarse. He's said to be suffering from two polyps on his vocal chords and will undergo surgery next week. The condition is so serious he has reportedly been coughing up blood.

And Ellen Pompeo is blasting the Emmys.

"I didn't see any diversity in the Emmys at all. The Emmys felt so dated to me last night. I was really disappointed," said Pompeo.