The 2021 Primetime Emmy Awards grabbed CBS and Paramount + on Sunday night for its 73rd anniversary. As previously reported, the incident took place live in an enclosed space in Los Angeles. According to CBS News, the invitations were limited to nominated and selected guests and everyone had to show vaccine evidence against Covid-1 against.
Although the celebrities showed us worthy of praise, the award show itself came with its own set of memorable moments. Starting from an unexpected explosion to winning and honoring a legend, here are five snippets of Amy that are great to pass!
Seth Rogan called EMC
After a brief stint on stage at the show, Seth Rogan took viral waves across Twitter and Instagram. Dressed in an orange-tan-brown suit combo, Seth rose to the stage and expressed his excitement for being at Emmy. Then, he began to point the finger at MVS for practicing their Covid-1 practices, and the moment quickly spread socially.
“I started because we have a lot of people in this little room,” Seth said on stage. “What are we doing?”
Won “Rupel’s Drag Race”
RuPaul’s Drag Race 2021 has won the Outstanding Competition Program Award at Emmys! The honor actually marks the 11th Emmy win for Rupel Charles, which has now made him “the most award-winning black artist in Emmy history” with 11 awards.
“I can destroy you” won
Michael Coyle’s “I May Destroy You” won an Emmy Award for writing for a limited or anthology series or movie. According to the New York Times, Michael is now the first black woman to win an Emmy in this category. During her acceptance speech, she dedicated the award to survivors of sexual harassment.
“Write stories that scare you, that make you insecure, not comfortable,” Michael said. “I give you the courage. In a world that persuades us to browse the lives of others so that we can better determine how we feel about ourselves and feel the need to be constantly visible instead – for visibility, nowadays, is somehow the equivalent of success. It seems – don’t be afraid to disappear. “
Congratulations to the entire cast and crew of “Hamilton”, as the special received a 2021 Emmy Award for Variety Special (pre-recorded).
Debbie Allen received the Governor’s Award
Talk about getting your flowers while you can still smell them! Legendary dancer, choreographer, actor, singer, director, producer, writer and humanitarian Debbie Allen has been honored with the Television Academy’s 2021 Governor’s Award. After he took the stage, his colleagues honored him permanently.
“I’m trying not to cry and try to equalize the situation because it’s been many years since it was made,” Debbie said. “It takes a lot of courage to be the only woman in the room most of the time. Lots of courage and creativity and fighting and believing that I can continue and I have. “
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