They kept an eye on the space, disinfected everything, and maybe exaggerated a bit
Actress Jennifer Aniston helped Jimmy Kimmel run the Emmy Awards, which took place online this year to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection. They kept an eye on the space, disinfected everything, and maybe exaggerated a bit.
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Before saying the name of the winner in the category for the best female role in the comedy series, Jennifer and Jimmy disinfected the envelope and threw it in the basket, and then set it on fire.
Everything caught fire, so Jennifer added a fire extinguisher. She turned everything off a few times, and then Jimmy took the “helm” again and discovered that the statue was being carried home by Catherine O’Hara for her role in the “Schitt’s Creek” series.
– Jennifer actually saved the Emmys. If it weren’t for her, the envelope would have burned completely – followers wrote on social networks.
This year’s Emmy Awards moved to the virtual world due to the crown and exuded a homely atmosphere, offering the stars the opportunity to jump from glamorous toilets and tuxedos into pajamas and tracksuits.