As the nation struggles with its persistent abnormality, the whole concept of celebrating entertainment may seem strange to some – even black deaf. Still, the show managed to capture a few moments that seemed honest and entirely human.
Doctors, teachers and hosts of real-life characters were lit up on Amy’s night, with many acting as hosts. In a year when so much was put on their shoulders, their inclusion in the ceremony felt appropriate and appropriate.
So over 2020? You are not alone.
In one of the segments, the host Jimmy Kimmel took part in a New Year’s party with Reese Witherspoon, Carrie Washington and more from the team from “Little Fires Everywhere”.
The party, they said, had to ring a little earlier in the New Year because 2020 was the pit.
Their celebration included sunglasses in 2021, alcohol and hats.
Their idea is … not bad.
In a silly segment, Amy took us behind the scenes to see what the stars were doing during the pandemic.
Margo Martindale, who was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Miss America movie, briefly took Amy viewers to her garden, where she sipped a bottle of what she looked like.
If drinking a bottle of wine from CVS is not representative of what we experienced in the pandemic, we do not know what it is.
“Mom!” To Ouzo
Ouzo Aduba won Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series on Sunday night and couldn’t contain her excitement.
At one point, Aduba, who was wearing Breona Taylor’s T-shirt, shouted, “Mom! I won!”
For those who have been away from our families for some time due to the pandemic, the sheer joy that Aduba has shown she shares with the family has been fascinating to watch.