John Stamos and wife Caitlin McHugh had a star-studded, black tie date night at this year's Creative Arts Emmys on Saturday, but all the new parents wanted to do was ditch the red carpet and go back home to their infant son, Billy. ET's Courtney Tezeno caught up with the adoring new parents outside the Microsoft Theater at LA Live ahead of the gala awards event, and they got candid about how much they pine for their 5-month-old boy whenever they aren't holding him. While some new parents would jump at the opportunity for a quick night out as a couple, free from the obligations of raising a baby for just a few hours, Stamos said they just "want to go back home. However, the actor and producer seemed excited to represent Fuller House , which was nominated for Outstanding Children's Program, and admitted that being at the Creative Arts Emmys felt somewhat "surreal. And this one too. This one, they slaughtered us in the reviews," Stamos recalled.
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Athletes Who Ruined Their Careers On Social Media
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By the time most athletes become well-known and successful, they've probably clocked in countless hours of physical training. But some don't seem to get an equal amount of social media training, and it often results in these unsavvy internet users getting in trouble for something they posted. As most probably know, a person can decimate their career by sharing the wrong tweet or photo, and the stakes seem higher for athletes since they usually have fans, whether they're famous or not.