The 2020 Emmy Awards will most certainly go down in history as one to remember, for various reasons.
While the show was still hosted by funny man Jimmy Kimmel at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles, nominees were invited… to stay at home.
That’s right, web cameras were sent out to all 130 nominees so that they were able to dial in when it was time for their categories.
The most memorable moment of the night was when 24-year-old Zendaya made history by being the youngest actress to win the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her performance in Euphoria.
The internet went crazy over her speech where she spread hope among the young people.
This year's award shows showed the lighter side of the COVID-19 pandemic. Kimmel opened the show with "welcome to the Pandemmys", while a hazmat suit, hand sanitizer and even a COVID test kit made its appearance.
While some nominees still went all out with glamorous gowns and suave suits no matter where they found themselves, others opted for bathrobes or typical WFH outfits. Hey, it's 2020, so anything goes, right?
The Schitt's Creek cast threw their own Emmy's party in Canada, and they had reason enough to celebrate. In fact, they had nine reasons to celebrate. The Canadian comedy series won nine Emmy's on Sunday night – two of them belonging to Catherine O'Hara and Eugene Levy who play husband and wife.
Jennifer Aniston co-hosted parts of the show and then returned home just in time for her own nomination. Kimmel checked in on her to find that she was hanging with her former Friends cast mates Courtney Cox and Lisa Kudrow.
Reese Witherspoon invited her friends from her hit shows Big Little Lies, Little Fires Everywhere and The Morning Show over to her house for a garden party.
Watch the Entertainment Tonight video below for the highlights from the 2020 virtual Emmy's.
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