The actress joined the host of the ceremony to present the category for best actress in a comedy, but the sketch did not go perfectly
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Jennifer Aniston stole all the attention before and during the Emmy Awards. The actress was the first celebrity to appear on stage at the Staples Center in Los Angeles to present with the host of the night, Jimmy Kimmel, the category for best actress in a comedy series.
In a comedy step, Kimmel demonstrated that the event organizers had taken all precautionary measures for the coronavirus pandemic. When Aniston and Kimmel met on stage to open the envelope and read the winner something, apparently it didn't go as planned.
Jennifer Aniston had to put out a fire at the Emmys
The comedian took the envelope, sprinkled it, threw it into a trash can and burned it. Then Aniston took a fire extinguisher to put out the fire, but Kimmel thought it was solved and continued with his performance. But the flames reignited, Aniston was quick and took the fire extinguisher again to put out the flames coming out of the trash can. Then they both announced the winner: Catherine O'Hara for “Schitt's Creek.”
Following the images, Kimmel thanked Aniston for her help. ” Thank God Jennifer Aniston, ” wrote the presenter on his Twitter account with a capture of that moment.
Minutes before the 72nd Emmy Awards began, Aniston went viral on social media for an unglamorous and humorous image that she shared with her more than 35 million followers on her Instagram account.
With a glass of champagne, in a robe and with a face mask, Aniston was home from her California mansion. “Getting ready for the Emmys… in my other mask. Congratulations to the nominees and all the amazing performances we have seen this year, “wrote the singer, who won an Emmy for best actress in a comedy in 2002 for” Friends. ”
The actress earned more than a million “likes” with her publication in less than an hour.
The photo of Jennifer Aniston that went viral on Instagram (Instagram)
Aniston may be one of the big winners of the night in the short list of best dramatic actress for Apple's “The Morning Show.” But in order to win the statuette, he must first beat Olivia Colman (“The Crown”), Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh (both for “Killing Eve”), Laura Linney (“Ozark”) and Zendaya (“Euphoria”).