Any "In Memoriam" segment on an awards show results in immediate viewer furor over which recently deceased figures got left out. In the case of Sunday's Emmy Awards, it was more about who got included: the very much still-with-us conductor and composer Leonard Slatkin — or at least his photographic representation, as he was misidentified […]
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While accepting her first Emmy, for her role in "Fosse/Verdon," Michelle Williams advocated for equal pay for women.
McCarthy told Applegate that she wanted to be her when she grew up, which was odd because McCarthy, 46, is just one year younger than Applegate.
"They are human beings, let's give them jobs," Arquette said. "Let's get rid of this bias that we have everywhere."
The star-studded audience at the 2019 Emmys laughed when Kim Kardashian said that her family members are 'real people just being themselves' on TV.
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Sarah Silverman weighed in on the current state of comedy and so-called cancel culture from the Emmys red carpet on Sunday.“There’s definitely pressure,” Silverman told red carpet host Kelly Osbourne in response to a question about being a comedian with the recent emphasis on political correctness. “There’s a kind of righteousness porn going on.”The comedian, whose Hulu talk show “I Love You, America” aimed to bridge political and social divides, went on to say clarify that “there’s nuance” to a world where comedians are scrutinized for the things they say on and off stage. “There’s good and there’s bad.”Also Read: How to Stream the 2019 Emmys Ceremony Live Online“As a standup, it’s really odd,” she continued. “To talk about what’s really going on, or to talk about the world as we decide to see it, or to push and see where the line is or go past it, is so oddly unacceptable.”She also commented on the lack of a host for this year’s Emmys: “I think comics are too scared to [host], but they aren’t even asked to,” she said.Silverman’s words come a week after one of the new “Saturday Night Live” hires, stand-up comedian Shane Gillis, was fired after his history of racist and homophobic comments on his podcast was resurfaced online. Earlier this month, Dave Chappelle was criticized for his Netflix special, “Sticks and Stones,” in which he joked that he doesn’t believe Michael Jackson’s accusers and made jokes about LGBTQ people.Silverman said she doesn’t like being “safe” in her comedy, but she does like to be “earnest.” She cautioned viewers and the reactionary public to keep in mind the intention behind the words.“There’s such a difference between two people doing the same joke,” she said. “One disingenuous and one where you know their heart and soul.”Also Read: How to Stream the 2019 Emmys Red Carpet Arrivals Online“Nuance is gone. It’s an odd time, but I hope that comedy pushes through,” she concluded.Read original story Emmys: Sarah Silverman Laments ‘Righteousness Porn’ Hurting Comedy At TheWrap
The internet can't make its mind up about "Orange Is the New Black" star Dascha Polanco's bold look on the purple carpet at the 71st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
The 71st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards will be broadcast Sunday on Fox, airing live on both coasts, starting at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
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The former "Young and the Restless" star chose to make a political statement rather than "vapidly show up in a fancy dress and shoes."
Dan Reed, who won an Emmy Saturday night for “Leaving Neverland,” said he was “physically sick” when he heard Dave Chappelle’s jokes about not believing Michael Jackson’s accusers.“You can make comedy out of so many other things. Why not do something brave instead of crapping on a victim of child rape?” Reed said backstage Saturday after his Emmy win for Documentary or Non-Fiction Special at the Creative Arts Emmys.Reed, who usually makes films about war, said he was trying to move away from such dark subject matter when he sat down to interview Wade Robson and James Safechuck, two men who say Jackson molested them when they were boys. Reed shared their stories in his HBO documentary.Also Read: Michael Jackson's Molestation Trial: 10 Bizarre Details You Didn't Know or Totally ForgotReed said Chappelle’s jokes in the new Netflix special “Sticks and Stones” — which included Chappelle saying he didn’t believe the accusers — were “completely revolting.”He added that he understood that Chappelle seemed to be striking back at cancel culture and was “riding a wave of being contrarian.”Also Read: Michael Jackson Accusers Criticize Dave Chappelle's Joke About Not Believing ThemBut he noted that “Leaving Neverland” never called on anyone to stop listening to Jackson’s music. The pop icon denied any child molestation throughout his life.Read original story ‘Leaving Neverland’ Director Calls Dave Chappelle’s Jokes About Michael Jackson Accusers ‘Revolting’ At TheWrap
The packed Variety Special (Pre-Recorded) category also included Bruce Springsteen, Hannah Gadsby, and Wanda Sykes.
“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” star Rachel Bloom made a special announcement after winning her Emmy for best original music and lyrics — she is pregnant. Bloom announced the news backstage on Saturday at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. She joked she had planned to reveal the news on Instagram but that doing it at the Emmys was even […]