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From the Brits and the Baftas to the Grammys and the Globes, there have been major changes across the board.
There’s no denying it, it’s been A. Week. But among all the doom and gloom, there was plenty of fun stuff to see us through thanks to the world of entertainment. We’re celebrating Schitt’s Creek storming “The Pandemmys”, Emily Maitlis’ hellish gaffe on Newsnight and Matt Lucas’ hilarious Bake Off debut. Plus, there’s new music from Kylie Minogue and find out why Roman Kemp could be the next Harry Styles.
There’s good reason why Netflix's sleeper hit cleaned up at this year’s Emmys.
The Emmys wrestled with providing joy and hope as the pandemic and social injustice rages on all around it. With many of the acceptance speeches pointing towards the November presidential election as a chance for change, Schitt’s Creek unrelenting joy and positivity shone through, with a history-making sweep of the comedy awards, while Succession took home the prize for best drama series.
The likes of Olivia Colman, Jodie Comer, Paul Mescal and Thandie Newton had all been nominated.
The 24-year-old took home a trophy for her performance in Euphoria.
The start of the 'Pandemmys' was full of fake laughs, old footage and an IRL Jason Bateman appearance.
From onstage fires and a Schitt's Creek sweep to powerful pleas to vote, the 'Pand-Emmys' were a warm hug after months in lockdown.