Small-scale in-person Emmys kick off with band’s musical number



Small-scale in-person Emmys kick off with band’s musical number

Comedian Cedric the Entertainer opened the 73rd Annual Emmy Awards, the small-screen equivalent of the Oscars, in Los Angeles on Sunday with a group musical number.

Rappers LL Cool J and Lil Dicky, and actress Rita Wilson helmed the celebrities in a version of the late rapper Biz Markie’s “Just A Friend” in the nominated TV shows of the year.

A scaled-down ceremony is taking place in a tent in an open-air venue with a limited live audience due to lingering Covid-19 issues – a year after the show was forced to go virtual.

“Let me start by saying that there are too many of us in this little room,” Seth Rogen joked.

“Why is there a roof? It’s more important that we have three chandeliers than making sure we don’t kill Eugene Levy tonight,” he added.

Netflix is ​​set to finally end its long wait for a First Series Emmy award, with “The Crown” leading the drama category and “The Queen’s Gambit” vying for Best Limited Series.

Hannah Waddingham won the evening’s top prize for supporting actress in “Ted Lasso,” which is expected to win the comedy awards. His co-star Brett Goldstein won the Supporting Actor award.


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