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Jennifer Coolidge fans are outraged after the actor plays off-stage in the middle of Emma’s speech

Jennifer Coolidge fans reacted after the actor was played off-stage during her Emmy Award speech.

The three-hour ceremony took place on Monday (September 12) at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

Among the winners of the night was Coolidge, who took home her first Emmy for a Supporting Role in the critically acclaimed HBO series. White lotus. The actor played Tanya McQuoid.

Arriving on stage to receive the award, Coolidge praised the other nominees and also told the audience that she had taken a “lavender bath” before the ceremony, to which she unfortunately reacted negatively.

As Emma’s production team started interrupting her speech while playing music, she spoke up and added, “No wait, this is the only thing in life and I’m full, I’m full. “

After thanking her friends and White lotus at the end of her speech, Coolidge performed an improvised dance and amused the audience before leaving the stage.

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On social media, fans jokingly criticized Emmy for playing Coolidge off stage during her speech.

“The Emmys playing with Jennifer Coolidge are homophobic?” quipped journalist E Alex Jung, referring to the actor’s status as a gay icon.

Another wrote: “Playing Jennifer Coolidge in the acceptance speech,” accompanied by a screenshot of the White lotusin which the character played by Sydney Sweeney says, “Well, that looks like homophobia.”

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“I’ve experienced many cases of homophobia in my life, but the Emmys playing Jennifer Coolidge are one of the more blatant,” said a third person.

“Unstoppable force (play-off music) meets a stationary object (Jennifer Coolidge),” said another.

Someone else wrote, “Someone cut off the Emmy Awards for playing Jennifer Coolidge!”

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White lotus won a major Emmy in 2022. Social Satire won an Outstanding Limited Series as well as two Creator Mike White Awards (one for directing and one for writing).

In addition to Coolidge, Australian star Murray Bartlett (who played Armond on the series) won the award for Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series.

The ceremony sparked strong fans reactions, with some mocking its “terrible” initial dance sequence to Friendsand Law and order: SVU theme songs. And host Kenan Thompson wasted no time joking about Leonard DiCaprio’s relationship story.

Find out what happened at Emmy here and find out about the biggest brawls and surprises here.

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