Welcome to 9Honey Celebrity’s live blog for the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards!
After an incredible red carpet, featuring Kaley Cuoco, Seth Rogen, Catherine Zeta-Jones and more, the ceremony is underway!
Stay with us to follow all the action here at 9Honey Celebrity, including winners, fashion and big talking points. The ceremony is also being broadcast on Fox Arena.
The Emmys are being held at the Event Deck at L.A. Live in Downtown Los Angeles, California and is an in-person event, though scaled back with a handful of nominees appearing via live stream. See the full list of winners and nominees here.
All times in AEST.
10.23am: Supporting actress in a Limited Series, Anthology Series or Movie
Julianne Nicholson has won Supporting Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology Series or Movie for her role in Mare of Easttown.
Reading from a printed speech, Nicholson thanked the “unbelievable” cast and her “Mare family”, before paying tribute to co-star Kate Winslet.
“Man you’re good at acting, but turns out you’re got at caring for a whole production. You led all of us … with such care and intelligence and love,” she said.
10.19am: Cedric the Entertainer pokes fun at Nicki Minaj’s vaccine controversy
Addressing the audience, host Cedric the Entertainer made a cheeky reference to Nicki Minaj’s recent tweets about the COVID-19 vaccination, in which she sensationally claimed had caused her cousin’s friend’s testicles to swell. Saying he was vaccinated, Cedric quipped, “I did not have a reaction like Nicki Minaj’s cousin’s friend.”
10.10am: Brett Goldstein wins Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series
Brett Goldstein is going home with the gong for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his role in Ted Lasso. The award was presented by Black-ish star Yara Shahidi.
“I was very specifically told I’m not allowed to swear so this speech is going to be f—ing short,” he joked.
10.05am: Seth Rogen delivers opening monologue and presents Ted Lasso star Hannah Waddingham the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
Seth Rogen has opened the awards with a monologue, joking about the ceremony being held in a “hermetically sealed tin” during a pandemic — “I would not have come to this!”.
“It’s more important that we have three chandeliers than that we don’t kill Eugene Levy tonight,” he quipped.
Rogen presented the first award of the night, Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, to Hannah Waddington for Ted Lasso.
“Jason [Sudeikis], you changed my life with this,” she told her co-host and show creator in an emotional acceptance speech.
10.01am: The Emmys officially kick off!
Cedric the Entertainer has kicked off the Emmys with a musical number, with guest vocals from Mandy Moore, Tracey Ellis Ross and more.
9.50am: Michaela Jae Rodriguez hits the red carpet
Michaela Jae Rodriguez (MJ), who recently made history as the first transgender actress to be nominated for an Emmy in outstanding actress in a drama, stepped out on the red carpet in a gorgeous teal Atelier Versace gown with Bulgari jewellery.
9.45am: Seth Rogen is dapper in orange
Seth Rogen is looking schmick in an orange blazer, taking his new shorter hairstyle for its first outing on the red carpet.
The actor chopped his hair a couple of weeks ago, sharing the look on Instagram with the caption “New hair, same smoldering look.”
Rogan teamed his orange jacket with a blush-toned shirt (with matching bow tie) and glasses, and the look is getting plenty of love on social media.
9.29am: Kaley Cuoco steals the show on the red carpet
It’s hard to miss Kaley Cuoco on the red carpet — the Flight Attendant and Big Bang Theory actress and Emmy nominee is wearing an eye-popping neon yellow hue.
9.23am: Anya Taylor-Joy glams up for the Emmys
9.17am: Catherine Zeta-Jones fires up the red carpet
She arrived with husband Michael Douglas who is nominated for his role in The Kominsky Method.
IN PICTURES: All the big Emmys red carpet arrivals
9.15am: Elizabeth Olsen’s nod to her famous sisters
Don’t you just love it when you have a major red carpet event to attend, and your siblings happen to be fashion designers? Relatable, right?
Elizabeth Olsen is wearing a dress designed by her sisters Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen – yes, those Olsens — for their label The Row.
The actress, who is nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series for her role in Marvel’s WandaVision, has teamed the long-sleeved white gown with some dazzling drop earrings.
9.08am: Ted Lasso star injects some old-world style into the red carpet
We must doff our hat to Brendan Hunt, whose red carpet outfit is straight out of a bygone era.
The Ted Lasso actor, writer and producer has gone all out with a top hat, a waistcoat and a cane, and judging by the poses he’s striking for the photographer, he’s clearly ‘feeling himself’ in the ensemble.
Hunt, who plays Coach Beard in the beloved comedy series, is up for three awards.
9.02am: Gillian Anderson poses on the red carpet
Also up for a nomination for The Crown is actress Gillian Anderson who portrayed Margaret Thatcher in Season 4.
The star is up for Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
8.50am: The Crown’s Emma Corrin has arrived
She won hearts with her portrayal of Princess Diana, and now Emma Corrin is turning heads on the red carpet.
Corrin, who is nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series category for her role in The Crown‘s fourth season, is wearing a pale yellow dress paired with matching long fingerless gloves — with some long black nails peeking out — and a bonnet.
The British performer has worn plenty of unusual red carpet looks in the past 12 months, so this is true to form.
8.05am: The red carpet kicks off
Click through to see Rita Wilson and more stars show off their amazing looks.
8.00am: Bridgerton star celebrates show’s 12 nominations
It’s been a huge year for the cast of Bridgerton, with the show’s first season already having made history as Netflix’s most-watched show.
The period drama is nominated in 12 categories today, an achievement star Nicola Coughlan is celebrating. “Happy Bridgerton Emmys Day!” the Irish actress tweeted, alongside a photo of herself with co-star Claudia Jessie.
“So proud to be part of this show and to have 12 nominations is truly beyond our wildest dreams.”So lucky to share this experience with this brilliant girl who is so kind, supportive, hilarious and sometimes stalks my social media, I love you Clauds!”
7.55am: The most memorable Emmys looks over the years
While we wait for the red carpet to kick off, let’s take a look at some of the most memorable looks in Emmys history!
7.48am: The stars start getting ready
The Emmys red carpet is moments away from kicking off — but some attendees have been kind enough to share a glimpse of their getting-ready routine.
Anderson shared a selfie from her pre-awards facial, while Cuoco re-posted a photo from her makeup artist Jamie Greenberg.
Both actresses have been nominated for Emmys this year for their roles in The Crown and The Flight Attendant, respectively.