Friday - Sep 22, 2017

Kisses & tears at the Emmy Awards


Kisses & tears at the Emmy Awards

While the TV arrangement Breaking Bad cleared the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards on August 25 in Los Angeles, it imparted the spotlight to a spinning platform and a moving tribute to Robin Williams.

Victors of the 2014 Emmy Awards

Remarkable show arrangement: Breaking Bad Best performer in a dramatization arrangement: Bryan Cranston for Breaking Bad Best on-screen character in a miniseries or motion picture:

Benedict Cumberbatch for Sherlock: His Last Vow

Best supporting performing artist in a miniseries or motion picture: Martin Freeman for Sherlock: His Last Vow Best performer in a show arrangement: Julianna Margulies for The Good Wife Best supporting on-screen character in a dramatization arrangement: Aaron Paul for Breaking Bad Best supporting performing artist in a show arrangement: Anna Gunn for Breaking Bad Best chief of a show arrangement: Cary Joji Fukunaga for True Detective Best performing artist in a parody arrangement: Jim Parsons for The Big Bang Theory Best performing artist in a comic drama arrangement: Julia Louis-Dreyfus for Veep Best supporting on-screen character in a satire arrangement: Ty Burrell for Modern Family Best supporting on-screen character in a satire arrangement: Allison Janney for Mom Best performer in a miniseries or film: Jessica Lange for American Horror Story: Coven

Kisses & tears at the Emmy Awards

Sofia’s turntable discussion

Most enormous recompense shows don’t end without some contention occurring, and this held valid for the Emmys when Sofia Vergara pivoted as a prop on a platform while Bruce Rosenblum, president of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, gave his yearly discourse at the Emmys. Everybody anticipates that that discourse will be exhausting, so maybe this was an endeavor to liven it up? The performing artist took the mic and said, “I came to America with a huge dream… it was the same dream that such a variety of ladies of my era had.” Rosenblum then went ahead the stage to discuss the “fantastic year for American TV”. He said, “What really matters is that we always remember that our prosperity is focused around continually giving the viewer something convincing to watch,” exactly as Vergara ventures on the platform and began pivoting like a human statue. The mockery was lost on very nearly everybody and this fragment just figured out how to start a shock. Indeed as the trick was hammered crosswise over media, Sofia safeguarded it, saying, “I think its completely the inverse (of being sexist). It implies that some individual could be hot furthermore be clever and make fun of herself. I think its silly that someone began this – I know who she was – who has no comical inclination (and ought to) lighten up a smidgen.”