15 Things you probably totally missed at the 2019 Emmy Awards
Yesterday, was the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony, which celebrates the very best in television. It is, of course, a lengthy ceremony with plenty of highlights, including moments you may have missed. Here are 15 of them...
1. Homer Simpson turned up to host the Emmys before suddenly being crushed by a falling piano
2. Phoebe Waller-Bridge won the award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series and was evidently overjoyed
3. Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel bemoaned the lack of a host at this year's Emmys
4. Michelle Williams won the award for Best Lead Actress in a Limited Series and used her acceptance speech to emphasise the importance of equal pay
5. The beloved cast of Game of Thrones reunited on stage
6. Game of Thrones won the award for Best Drama
7. Alex Borstein won the award for Best Supporting Actress and encouraged all women to "step out of line" like her brave grandmother, a Holocaust survivor
8. Ben Whishaw used his acceptance speech to announce that he was hungover
This next one technically doesn't count as part of the actual show, but it definitely deserves a mention.
9. The trailer for the Breaking Bad movie was shown during the commercial break:
10. RuPaul encouraged everyone to register to vote
11. It appeared that the audience couldn't help but laugh when Kendall Jenner suggested Keeping Up With The Kardashians was "unfiltered and unscripted"...
12. Killing Eve actresses Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer hugged when it was announced that Jodie won Best Actress in a Drama
13. Patricia Arquette paid tribute to her sister and spoke about trans rights in her speech for Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series.
14. Jharrel Jerome gave the original "Central Park Five" aka "The Exonerated Five" a shout out - who were sitting in the audience - during his acceptance speech for Best Lead Actor in a Limited Series
15. Talented comediennes Amy Poehler and Catherine O'Hara presented an award together
A list of all of last night's winner's can be found here.