TV's biggest night is here. Colin Jost and Michael Che of "Saturday Night Live" hosted the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
"Game of Thrones" and "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" won big, picking up outstanding drama series and outstanding comedy series, respectively.
寡姐Scarlett Johansson、“贾老板”妻子Jessica Biel以及西班牙国宝级女神Penélope Cruz 都不约而同地穿起了白色礼裙↓↓↓
“传奇哥”John Legend 和“传奇嫂”Chrissy Teigen 也合体出席啦~
现场当然也少不了电视剧上的熟面孔，比如“权游”的“龙母”(Emilia Clarke) ↓↓↓
以及《怪奇物语》中的“小十一”Millie Bobby Brown ↓↓↓
《王冠》中的“伊丽莎白女王”Claire Foy 也带着“菲利普亲王”Matt Smith 走上了红毯~
当晚的颁奖典礼由来自著名综艺节目《周六夜现场》的Michael Che和Colin Jost主持。两人的开场白用妙语嘲讽了当今美国时政和娱乐界层出不穷的性丑闻，为整场颁奖典礼奠定了基调。
The co-hosts, "Saturday Night Live" players Michael Che and Colin Jost, set the tone at the start of the night with a monologue that blended riffs on the national political scene with caustic quips about the sexual misconduct scandals that have roiled the entertainment industry.
Che and Jost may have been upstaged, however, by a troupe of performers, including fellow "SNL" cast members Kate McKinnon and Kate Thompson, who opened the telecast with a parody song that took aim at racial inclusivity and representation on TV — or the lack thereof.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel won big at Monday night's Emmy Awards.
Lead Rachel Brosnahan was brought to tears while accepting her first ever Primetime Emmy Award earlier on during the event at LA's Microsoft theater.
The Amy Sherman-Palladino created show on Amazon Prime earned honors in top categories, also taking home Outstanding Supporting Actress, Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series and Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series.
One of the things I love the most about this show while I have you captive for another two seconds, it's about a woman who is finding her voice anew.
It's something that's happening all over the country right now. One of the most important ways that we can find and use our voices is to vote.
当晚的另一大焦点奖项为“剧情类剧集最佳女主角”(Lead Actress, Drama)。这个大奖最终由《王冠》中饰演“伊丽莎白女王”的克莱尔·福伊（Claire Foy）获得。
Foy said, "This wasn't supposed to happen. I just felt so proud then of being in the company of such extraordinary performances." Foy gave a shoutout to Sandra Oh in particular. She also dedicated her award to co-star Matt Smith.
It's not often that an Asian woman has the leading role in a TV show in the U.S., and it's even more rare for one to snag an Emmy nomination, but Sandra Oh has done just that. The star of breakout hit "Killing Eve" became the first Asian actress to be nominated for a leading role Emmy in either comedy or drama.
Sandra Oh says she's grateful for her historic Emmy nomination for best lead actress in a drama series, but she said she doesn't mind being patient.
Images are extremely important to culture, and being a part of that image making, I take a great responsibility, and I'm very grateful for my job to be able to do so. I hope that the wave continues and we see real change. But it's also [important] to be patient, you know what I mean? Because change is slow and I don't want people to ever give up on it.
You wonder why I don't want to call you my girlfriend? It's because I want to call you my wife
In one of the most memorable moments of the telecast, an honoree treated his girlfriend — and a live television audience — to a surprise proposal.
Glenn Weiss, who won for directing this year's Oscars telecast, began his speech by saying that his mother died two weeks ago, adding that she always liked his girlfriend, who he identified as Jan. He then said: "You wonder why I don't want to call you my girlfriend? It's because I want to call you my wife."
Jan rushed to the scene and the clearly overjoyed audience rose to its feet. (She said yes, by the way.)