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Entertainment The Crown cast celebrate seven trophy win at Emmy Awards after party

13:42  20 september  2021
13:42  20 september  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The cast of The Crown celebrated their impressive seven trophy win at the Emmy Awards on Sunday night in style.

Emma Corrin looked bleary-eyed as she was spotted leaving the Broadcast bash in London at 4am after partying into the early hours of Monday morning with her co-stars.

Best Actress winner Olivia Colman, 47, needed a helping hand as she struggled to walk in her huge high heels while departing the soirée.

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Emma, who had earlier worn a bonnet and long black nails inspired by Winona Ryder's film The Crucible, decided to ditch the headpiece after attending the ceremony.

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The Princess Diana actress looked worse-for-wear as she headed out of the party accompanied by a security guard.

Emma made a bizarre statement in the yellow bonnet and long, fingerless gloves from Miu Miu on the red carpet. The actress, 25, took inspiration from the 1996 film The Crucible.

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The film is a dramatized story of the Salem witch trials and follows married man John Proctor (Daniel Day-Lewis) breaking off his affair with his young lover, Abigail Williams (Winona).

Winona's character leads other girls in a rite to wish death upon his wife, Elizabeth (Joan Allen). When the ritual is discovered, the girls are brought to trial.

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Emma gave a friend a hug before heading into the back of her car. Also at the bash was Gillian Anderson, 53, who starred as Margaret Thatcher in the hit Netflix series.

The actress covered up her sweeping white two-piece with a tailored black coat and carried a white bag.

Emerald Fennell, 35, looked lovely in a sheer embellished maxi dress and sparkly earrings.

The actress, who starred as Camilla in the series, put on an animated display as she left with a gift bag in hand.

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The fan favorite show was the night's biggest winner, with seven awards including a sweep of the dramatic acting categories.

The series beat out The Boys, Bridgerton, The Handmaid's Tale, Lovecraft Country, The Mandalorian, Pose, and This Is Us for the accolade. The trophy also gave Netflix its first win in the most elite of Emmy categories.

The Crown won for its fourth season, which followed the British royal family in the 1980s and 1990s with Olivia as Queen Elizabeth II, Josh as Prince Charles and Emma as Princess Diana.


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Taking home Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series was Olivia for her role as Queen Elizabeth II, who revealed her father died during Covid as she paid tribute to him in her acceptance speech.

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Olivia had not previously announced her father's passing but revealed she lost her father during the pandemic.

Visibly emotional, Olivia said: 'I'm going to be very quick because I'm very teary as I wish my dad was here to see this,' she said shakily. 'I lost my daddy during COVID, and he would have loved all of this.'

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Olivia accepted the award via video link from an Emmy Celebration at the Soho House where she was joined by co-stars Gillian, Emma, and Emerald Fennell.

Earlier in her speech, Olivia expressed shock over taking home the trophy, quipping that she 'would've put money on that not happening.'

She continued: 'What a lovely end to this extraordinary journey with this lovely family. I loved every second of it and I can't wait to see what happens next.'

While Olivia won the honor for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, Emma had also been nominated for the same award, but looked delighted for her costar as she applauded enthusiastically once Olivia's name was announced.

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Josh was the recipient of Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series, and Gillian received the trophy for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series.

Tobias won the honor of Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series but did not attend the ceremony.

As Tobias, who plays Prince Philip, did not attend the show, presenter Kerry Washington accepted the honor on his behalf.

Gillian thanked her ex Peter Morgan, who created The Crown, and her best friend Connie Freidberg.

'I want to say thank you to Peter Morgan for creating this role and to Netflix for everything, everything,' Gillian said.

'But I really want to dedicate this award to a woman who was my manager for 20 years, Connie Freiberg, who believed in me when no one else would and believed I had talent when I didn't even think that I had talent.

'Who always advised me to take the high road; who was one of the best friends that I've ever had in my life and who wore the same dress five years running to every award show three times a year that we went to.

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Josh described how fulfilling filming the show had been as he thanked his co-star Emma, as well as his girlfriend Margot Hauer-King and family in his speech.

'Making The Crown has been the most rewarding two years of my life, and the cast and crew, Peter Morgan, our producers and all the brilliant directors who made the show such a pleasure to be a part of, thank you,' he said.

'Emma Corrin, you're a force of nature,' the actor continued. 'I love you very much.

He also thanked his 'beautiful' girlfriend for 'putting up with the chaos of this career that I feel incredibly privileged to be a part of.'

'And finally to my grandparents,' he said. 'My grandmother who passed a few months ago and my grandfather, Peter O'Connor, who will hopefully watch this in the morning. Your kindness and loyalty has been the greatest gift. Thank you so much.'

Meanwhile, The Crown's executive producer Peter Morgan said after their Best Drama win: 'Thank you the Television Academy. Thank you Netflix. Thank you Sony. Thanks, this lot.

'Thank you to one or two people not here because we start shooting in a couple of hours... We're going to have a party now! I am lost for words and I'm very, very grateful. Thank you.'

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