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Elle Fanning thinks she looks like Bill Hader: “I have to get a photo!”
Emmys when she claimed she looks like Bill Hader.Before the 2022 awards ceremony, which took place on Monday (September 12) at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, Fanning was speaking to Access on the red carpet, when she brought up a Twitter post about herself that she had stumbled upon.“There is something on Twitter that I saw that [said] I look like [Bill Hader],” Fanning, who was nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy Series for her role as Catherine the Great in Netflix‘s The Great, said.“And I love it! And so Nicholas Hoult – who is in the show with me – all we want to do tonight is I have to get a photo.”She gleefully added: “We have the same nose!”Elsewhere at the 2022 Emmys, Succession, Ted Lasso and The White Lotus were the biggest winners, while Zendaya made history as the youngest-ever person to win two Emmy awards.The 26-year-old picked up the award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her performance in Euphoria, having previously won the same award in 2020.Zendaya triumphed in the category over Jodie Comer (Killing Eve), Laura Linney (Ozark), Melanie Lynskey (Yellowjackets), Sandra Oh (Killing Eve) and Reese Witherspoon (The Morning Show).Other winners on the night included Lizzo, whose emotional acceptance speech was a highlight of the show.
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Hoda Kotb's tearful reaction to Sheryl Lee Ralph's Emmy win revealed
Hoda Kotb shed tears of joy on Monday when she viewed the Emmys from her home and witnessed a historic moment. The Today show star admitted she was left "sobbing" after Sheryl Lee Ralph's win for best supporting actress in a comedy series for Abbot Elementary. MORE: Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie revel in Today reunion as they share BTS photosShe became only the second Black winner in that category for her work on the ABC show. WATCH: Hoda Kotb's family life - all we know Hoda recorded the moment airing on TV when Sheryl collected her award and broke into song.The mom-of-two then shared it on Instagram and captioned the clip: "Sobbing! @thesherylleeralph this is YOUR TIME @abbottelemabc."MORE: Hoda Kotb's swimsuit-clad polar plunge sends co-host Jenna Bush Hager into a 'tizzy'MORE: Hoda Kotb's decision to spend time with her family over the summer is so relatableShe received a standing ovation for her acceptance speech when she sang the chorus  from Dianne Reeves' Endangered Species.A post shared by Hoda Kotb (@hodakotb)Hoda said she was hugely emotional watching Sheryl's Emmy win "I am an endangered species, but I sing no victims' songs. I am a woman, I am an artist, and I know where voice belongs," she sang, leaving the audience shocked and silent.Hoda's fans commented on her post, writing: "Best Acceptance Speech Ever," and, "that's awesome.
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