Emmys 2021: from the massive initial rap to the emotion of the winners, these are the best memes that the North American television gala has left us

Months after we saw movie stars in dog pajamas and the Golden Globes leave the red carpet, normalcy has also returned to award ceremonies with the Emmys, in which actors, actresses and creators gathered in a theater to enjoy the night. And what if they have. From the looks and dresses on the red carpet to each of the awards, the most flowery and grainy of Hollywood has had a night full of fun and recognition.

The night could not have started with more joy, starting with a musical number in which a good part of those present sang a rap in which the main motto was television has what we need. From Mandy Moore to Rita Wilson, passing through the casts of some of the nominated productions, the entire venue stood up to start a highly anticipated gala.

And if anyone could think that emotions would temper after the show, the first prize of the night was ruled out. Because Hannah Waddingham was voted best supporting actress for her role in Ted Lasso and he couldn't hide his feelings when he went up to collect his prize. From her gritty initial scream to her emotional words to Jason Sudeikis "you have changed my life", the British gave everything on stage and infected those present with her good humor.

The great moments were also transferred to the networks when Evan Peters went up to collect the award for best supporting actor in a miniseries, after his work in the HBO production, Mare of Easttown. But the comments did not come because of what happened on stage, but because of the emotion that Sarah Paulson transmitted in her live on Instagram. The well-known actress has worked with Peters on numerous occasions, they are great friends, and as the video demonstrated, she was delighted with the recognition that the interpreter received.

The restrictions due to the coronavirus caused the Crown team to live the gala from the United Kingdom, and great images were also produced there. Among them those that Gillian Anderson, Winner of the Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Award for her portrayal of Margaret Tatcher, hung up with her co-stars, including Olivia Colman and Emma Corrin.

Back on stage at the Los Angeles Event Deck, another of the great moments occurred when Jennifer Coolidge, who we recently saw at The White Lotus, came up to present the award for best comedy actor. An expert in the universe of making the public laugh, the actress has already won the laughter of those present with her initial greeting. But the moment came when in his introductory speech he congratulated the nominees because they lived with the "incredible burden of being a man in this business". We can't wait to see his speech next year, when he wins for his work on the HBO summer miniseries.

In the category of miniseries, in which the awards were widely distributed but Anya Taylor-Joy was left without recognition, the great moment in which we could see the protagonist of 'Gambit de Dama' was when the creator of the series went up to collect his award as best director. With a two-page speech, the words towards the actress reached the end and she could not suppress the emotion and the gratitude I felt for them.

The "culprit" that the British-Argentine was left without recognition was Kate Winslet, best actress in a miniseries for her work in 'Mare of Easttow'n. As excited as her compatriot WaddinghamThe first thing the interpreter did was remember her fellow nominees because "in this decade we women have to support each other." Although without a doubt what the networks were left with was their initial enthusiasm.

Winslet also starred in some of the images that the guests took during the gala breaks, as it is in the one that appears accompanied by two other of the night's winners and companions in 'Mare of Easttown', Julianne Nicholson and Jean Smart, although the latter collected her award for being the protagonist of 'Hacks'.

Although one of the photos that has aroused the most comments has been the one that immortalized two of the youngest (and most handsome) performers Present at the gala, Anya Taylor-Joy and Josh O'Connor.