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Queen Elizabeth: Henry Winkler and Challenge Addition

queen elizabeth: The stars in the audience responded with gasps we saw you, Leslie Jones and even tears we saw you too, Queen Elizabeth er, Claire Foy. article continues below Trending Stories The Geeky Hooker is coming to Vancouver... and she's bringing Deadpool Canucks sign Crown gambling giant to two-year deal Coalition Vancouver candidates go to court to challenge addition of Chinese name to ballot B.C. truckers lose it in road rage fight That feel-good moment along with crowd-pleasing speeches by Henry Winkler and Betty White lightened the mood of an evening that otherwise had a lacklustre feel, and disappointed many with the lack of ethnic diversity among its winners, according to Vancouver Courier. Some moments we'll be talking about NOT SOLVEDNope, they sure didn't solve it. It was a 2009 movie starring Sandra Bullock, but now will forever be the informal title of the 2018 Emmys telecast, thanks to a memorable romantic gesture from Emmy-winning director Glenn Weiss who summoned the courage to propose to his girlfriend on live TV. She said yes thank the Lord. The Emmys began with a happy announcement this was the most ethnically diverse group of Emmy nominees yet and a cheeky musical nod to the diversity issue in Hollywood, a song aptly called We Solved It! Kenan Thompson, Kate McKinnon, Sterling K. Brown, Tituss Burgess and Ricky Martin, among others, sang tongue firmly in cheek about how far things had progressed, joined by a company of One of Each dancers. Presenter James Corden finally said what everyone was thinking. But they couldn't have known how the evening itself would progress award after award would go to a white winner. ( As reported in the news.