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Entertainment Emmy Awards 2021: All the winners on TV's big night

04:30  20 september  2021
04:30  20 september  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Global News 2021 -09-19 globalnewsdigital. © Rich Fury/Getty Images Jason Sudeikis, winner of Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for 'Ted Lasso', poses in the press room during the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards on September 19, 2021 . Roughly 500 people attended the Emmys in downtown Los Angeles, with fashion standout Billy Porter sporting large wings attached to the sleeves of his black trouser look and Sudeikis walked the red carpet in a velvet suit of soft blue. Find the winners in all the major categories in the list below.

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Ted Lasso's Hannah Waddingham took home the first award at the 2021 Emmys on Sunday.

The 47-year-old blond bombshell took home the prize for Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for the acclaimed Apple TV+ dramedy.

The 2021 ceremony was taking place at L.A. Live's Event Deck, a space that offers indoor and outdoor locations for the big event, in Downtown Los Angeles

Hannah Waddingham posing for a picture: Winner! Ted Lasso's Hannah Waddingham, 47. took home the first award at the 2021 Emmys on Sunday © Provided by Daily Mail Winner! Ted Lasso's Hannah Waddingham, 47. took home the first award at the 2021 Emmys on Sunday

Hannah shouted with joy after winning her big award.

'Jason, you’ve changed my life with this,' she gushed for her costar Jason Sudeikis, who plays the title character and co-created the series.

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Emmy Awards 2021 live: all the action from television ' s biggest night . The show opened with a musical number that featured host Cedric the Entertainer rapping a modified version of the Biz Markie hip-hop hit Just a Friend with lyrics such as “ TV , you got what I need”. LL Cool J bounded from the audience as stars Rita Wilson, Mandy Moore and more dropped verses celebrating the breadth of television .

The 73rd Emmy Awards ended last weekend with a celebratory bang, honouring the best TV series around and handing out a bucket full of golden awards to this year’s expected favourites. Netflix’s hit drama series, The Crown and The Queen’s Gambit, dominated the big list of winners on Sunday, along with Apple TV ’ s comedy series Ted Lasso. Netflix’s The Crown owned drama, and managed to snag an award in all the genre’s categories, including Outstanding Drama Series for the first time – marking an important milestone for the streaming service.

She plays the owner of an English soccer team who hires an American football coach (Sudeikis) who head her team, despite his total lack of experience with the sport.

Among the nominees was her costar Juno Temple.

Immediately after Hannah's big win, Ted Lasso fans scored another goal when comedian and actor Brett Goldstein was announced the winner of the Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series trophy.

He dropped the gruff voice he uses for the show for some kind words about his costars.

'This cast made me sick they’re so good,' he gushed.

Julianne Nicholson marked the first winner for a drama series with a Best Supporting Actress win for Mare Of Easttown.

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She offered kind thanks to the show's star Kate Winslet.

'Man, you’re good at acting,' she joked, before thanking the Titanic star for talking her into doing the series.

Her costar Evan Peters also won for Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie for the same show.

The first non-acting award of the evening was Writing in a Drama Series, which went to The Crown writer Peter Morgan.

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"The Crown" reigned supreme at the 2021 Emmy Awards on Sunday night in Los Angeles. The Netflix drama series about the Royal Family took home seven awards on Sunday — including best drama — marking the most of any show. Olivia Colman won the award for best lead actress in a drama for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II. "Ted Lasso," the Apple TV Plus series about an American football coach taking on English soccer, led the way for comedies with four Emmys, including best comedy series.

The biggest night in television has seen major wins for Kate Winslet, the stars of The Crown and breakout football comedy Ted Lasso. There were deserving acting winners though - Kate Winslet and Julianne Nicholson for Mare of Easttown and Jean Smart for Hacks - but the dominance of Ted Lasso and The Crown felt a little too safe and a sign that those two shows might be dominant yet again this time next year, the Emmys known to stick too their faves time and time again.

He joked that he'd wasted all 45 seconds allotted for his speech just walking to the stage.

Next up was Directing for a Drama Series, which was awarded to Jessica Hobbs for The Crown.

She paid tribute to her mother, 'who at 77 is still directing.'

The back-to-back acting award wins continued with the two supporting winners for The Crown.

Gillian Anderson looked overjoyed when she was announced as the winner of Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

She dedicated the win to her manager Connie Freiberg, 'who believed in me when no one else would.'

Next up was Tobias Menzies, who won the Supporting Actor prize for The Crown, though he didn't attend the ceremony.

Host Cedric the Entertainer, 57, opened the show with a tribute to the late Biz Markie with a parody of his signature song Just A Friend.

During a press conference in LA earlier this week, the host promised to make the show more 'fun' and less 'stuffy.'

The Television Academy has announced that the September 19 ceremony will once again be slightly different this year, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The 73rd annual awards show that celebrates the best of television will have a 'limited' number of guests (about 500) and nominees on the red carpet as well as event staff.

a large tree: The show must go on: The 2021 Emmy Awards will take place on Sunday evening at L.A. Live’s Event Deck, a space that offers indoor and outdoor locations for the production © Provided by Daily Mail The show must go on: The 2021 Emmy Awards will take place on Sunday evening at L.A. Live’s Event Deck, a space that offers indoor and outdoor locations for the production

And attendees have to show proof of vaccination and a negative test result.

The Academy said in a statement: 'Out of an abundance of caution and for the safety of Emmy nominees, guests and media, the number of production personnel and staff must be limited at this year's 73rd Emmy Awards.'

They added that there will be a 'very limited red carpet for talent arrivals', and a virtual media center to 'allow media outlets to connect directly with Emmy winners as they are announced.'

The show will also include several satellite events that the telecast will cut to when needed.

The cast and producers of the smash hit series The Crown — starring Claire Foy and Gillian Anderson - are hosting their own Emmy ceremony in London.

Top Chef and Jimmy Kimmel Live will also video conference in.

Cedric the Entertainer wearing a suit and hat standing in front of a building: He wants laughs: The host is Cedric The Entertainer, 57, who promises to make the show more 'fun' and less 'stuffy.' Seen on September 14  during an Emmy press day © Provided by Daily Mail He wants laughs: The host is Cedric The Entertainer, 57, who promises to make the show more 'fun' and less 'stuffy.' Seen on September 14  during an Emmy press day

Celebrity guests are expected to include nominees Kaley Cuoco, who has been nominated for The Flight Attendant, Jean Smart who has won a nod for her role as a stand-up comedienne in Hacks and Allison Janney, who has been singled out for her turn in Mom.

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Some of the presenters are Michael Douglas, Taraji P. Henson, Sarah Paulson, Beanie Feldstein, Seth Rogen, Mindy Kaling, Dolly Parton and actresses Awkwafina.

Jennifer Aniston has already said that she will not be attending the event as she wants to be as cautious as she can during the pandemic.

The Crown and The Mandalorian lead the 2021 Emmys nominations, with 24 each.

The Netflix series, based on the British royal family, and Disney Plus' Star Wars spin-off racked up the impressive number of nods to bring Netflix's total to 129 with Disney Plus clocking up 71 nominations.

Marvel and Disney Plus' WandaVision followed with 23 nominations, while Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale received 21.

The Crown co-stars Olivia Colman, who plays Queen Elizabeth, and Emma Corrin (Princess Diana) will compete in the Lead Actress in a Drama Series category.

Their co-star Josh O'Connor is up for Lead Actor in a Drama Series, for his portrayal of Prince Charles.

He will compete with fellow British actor Rege-Jean Page, for his performance as the Duke of Hastings in Bridgerton.

And Bridgerton and The Crown are up for Drama Series, alongside The Boys, The Handmaid's Tale, This Is Us, Pose, The Mandalorian and Lovecraft Country.

Mj Rodriguez will make history as the first transgender performer to pick up an Emmy nomination in a major acting category.

The 30-year-old star is nominated for Lead Actress in a Drama Series for Pose.

The nomination came after the Television Academy's Board of Governors announced that a nominee or winner of any acting category can request they be referred to as 'Performer' on their nomination certificate and Emmy statue, although the categories themselves relating to Actor and Actress won't change.

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