I would eat Carmen because I love dark meat and she's hella tall, I would f*ck Rami cuz he's hot and I would kill myself because I couldn't deal with that scenario.
Awards: The Contenders “La La Land” was the big winner of the night, taking home best picture and eight trophies overall. Along with winning best movie made for television/limited series, it also won three acting categories for limited series. MOVIES BEST PICTURELa La Land (WINNER) Arrival Fences Hacksaw Ridge Hell or High Water Lion Loving Manchester by the Sea Moonlight Sully BEST ACTORCasey Affleck – Manchester by the Sea (WINNER) Joel Edgerton – Loving Andrew Garfield – Hacksaw Ridge Ryan Gosling – La La Land Tom Hanks – Sully Denzel Washington – Fences BEST ACTRESSNatalie Portman – Jackie (WINNER) Amy Adams – Arrival Annette Bening – 20th Century Women Isabelle Huppert – Elle Ruth Negga – Loving Emma Stone – La La Land BEST SUPPORTING ACTORMahershala Ali – Moonlight (WINNER) Jeff Bridges – Hell or High Water Ben Foster – Hell or High Water Lucas Hedges – Manchester by the Sea Dev Patel – Lion Michael Shannon – Nocturnal Animals BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESSViola Davis – Fences (WINNER) Greta Gerwig – 20th Century Women Naomie Harris – Moonlight Nicole Kidman – Lion Janelle Monáe – Hidden Figures Michelle Williams – Manchester by the Sea BEST YOUNG ACTOR/ACTRESSLucas Hedges – Manchester by the Sea (WINNER) Alex R. Simpson – FX Forest Whitaker – Roots – History BEST ACTRESS IN A MOVIE MADE FOR TELEVISION OR LIMITED SERIESSarah Paulson – The People v.
] Repeat winners were popular during the show, including “Veep” (comedy); Jeffrey Tambor of “Transparent” (lead actor in a comedy); Julia Louis-Dreyfus of “Veep” (lead actress in a comedy); Regina King of “American Crime” (supporting actress in a limited series); and “The Voice” (reality competition series.) However, there were also some welcome surprises — Tatiana Maslany picked up the best actress in a drama trophy after years of her impressive clone work on BBC’s “Orphan Black,” while newcomer Rami Malek won actor in a drama for USA’s breakout “Mr. [Complete list of 2016 Emmy Award winners] Multiple stars brought up the election during the three-hour broadcast.
Malek was handed his Emmy and said, “Please tell me you’re seeing this, too.” “I play a young man who is, I think like so many of us, profoundly alienated, and the unfortunate thing is I’m not sure how many of us would like to hang out with a guy like Elliot,” Malek said.
But don’t get excited boys, all those lasses are underage.
She’s really covered up today, just a teensy bit shy of a burka, except for that daring bit of shoulder. Heidi asks if they are ready for their challenge, but only gets a round of unenthusiastic “yeahs.” They’ve turned into a band of sullen teens dragged along on the family vacation.
Heidi ignores them as the they are, and says they will be designing for “one of the most important days in a woman’s life.” Rami hopes it’s not a wedding, but they’ve already done wedding in a previous season, so it can’t be that. In a absurd moment of geeky hope, I think it might be graduation.
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