When in a prize gala it costs to choose your best moments, there are two options: there is excess or there is a defect. And the first option can not be applied to the Emmy 2021, which left a long, boring gala and without just space for humor beyond some point that staged the legendary Debbie Allen, Sarah Paulson or the Award-winning Evan Peters. Neither dances nor emotion or even good memes.
One of the great myths of television had to arrive like Debbie Allen to pick up the Honorary Award for his 40 years of career (Fame, the Prince of Bel Air ...) to put at least a minimum of interest at dawn . "Many times I've been the only woman in the room and I've had to be brave to move forward and be creative," the winner of five Emmys ripped, which appealed to all those who "seek fame". "You have many dreams, but fame costs. This is where you are going to start paying. With your sweat," the actress, director and producer culminated in a wink on her role in Fame.
That was one of the great ovations of a gala marked by the rather flat speeches of the award-winning and even excessively long as the creator of Gambit of Lady, winner in the category of Miniseries, Scott Frank, glosing the virtues of his protagonist Anya Taylor-Joy.
Only Kerry Washington took the generalized delivery of the remembrance of the recently deceased Michael K. Williams -Larga Life to Omar - highlighting that it was "brilliantly talented actor and a generous human being that left us too soon." "We know that you are here because you would not lose it, your excellence and your art will last." We love you. "She culminated excitedly.
The Peters Award would leave, from last, another of the great moments of the night in Los Angeles with his companion at American Horror Story, Sarah Paulson, like influencer and protagonist. The actress celebrated the Emmy as if she herself had earned him screaming and with a direct one in the Instagram 's count ... for eight seconds. Short, but intense.
Two words that can not be applied to a gala who also recognized Gillian Anderson for the second time in his career 24 years later. That is the time I average between the two statuettes that the Chicago actress has from this night in her lounge - or where she wants to keep them - thanks to The Crown and File X.
There was also some moment for the unfortunate joy in this awards ceremony that he ran by Connan O'Brien, Kate Winslet and Hanna Waddingham. Late Night's popular presenter rose to the stage with Stephen Colberg to pick up the Best Live Event Award for the retransmission of the Electoral Day that ended Joe Biden in the White House. And, surprisingly, the celebration was greater than that of the winner.
Those who did show that happiness were two of the best awarded: Kate Winslet and Hanna Waddingham. The protagonist of Mare of Eastown was unable to stay still during her speech and she began to turn around when she picked up the statue of her while the actress of Ted Lasso hit a scream nothing else to climb on stageUpdated Date: 21 September 2021, 11:07