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[ # ] Jimmy Kimmel is going to host the Emmys on September 20th
June 16th, 2020 under Coronavirus, Emmys, Jimmy Kimmel

The Emmys is the first, and probably only, major awards show to air on its original date this year. While the Tonys is on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic and the Oscars will be delayed two months until April 25th, ABC says f*ck it. They are going on with the show on September 20th, and Jimmy Kimmel will be the master of ceremonies.

I bet you have a lot of questions, and the late night host has all the answers. Here they are, “I don’t know where we will do this or how we will do this or even why we are doing this, but we are doing it and I am hosting it.” There you go!

ABC says they will announce further details at a later time. No sh!t, Sherlock. I doubt they will be able to do it in a theater with a full audience.

My friend and I were discussing that yesterday. She is like they can do it without an audience. I said, “The nominees and the presenters have to be there. What are they going to do, put all of the losers on the upper levels?” Then I added, “Imagine Jason Bateman looking down at the first floor and seeing the probable winner in his category there while all of the other losers are on the same level as him. We would see a lot of sad actors who knew they lost on our televisions before they actually found out.”

The other option is they can do like other unnamed awards shows and only invite the winners. How boring would it be if Alex Borstein was the only Supporting Actress in a Comedy sitting there while Kate McKinnon is home, eating ice cream, and watching TV’s biggest night on her TV? No fun at all.

Actually, I would rather watch the losers watch the show than the winners accept their awards. Let’s get to see those pissed off faces on our televisions. That I would tune in to watch.

Are you going to tune in to see what is most like going to be a huge mess? In Kimmel’s defense, what can be worst than hosting during the whole La La Land/Moonlight fiasco? This is a cakewalk as compared to that infamous Oscar night


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