Jimmy Kimmel Controversy: Comedian Quinta Brunson Pokes Fun It’s Possible that I’ll Finally Get Angry with Him Tomorrow.
The Emmy winner, Quinta Brunson, did not appear to be amused by Jimmy Kimmel’s amusing sketch on Monday night. The late-night presenter and Will Arnett took the stage together at this year’s Emmy Awards.
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Former ” “Bojack Horseman” star Michael Urie appeared on stage alongside the other two presenters, carrying Kimmel’s lifeless body. A major part of the routine was a joke about Kimmel’s loss of the award for best variety talk show earlier in the evening. Arnett lightened the mood by joking to the crowd that Kimmel had imbibed too much at the awards show’s bar.
It was a terrible call to have Quinta Brunson crawl over Jimmy Kimmel to get to the microphone, and then to cut her short. There was a backlash to Kimmel’s decision to stay on the stage floor when Brunson accepted the gold statuette, and many people flocked to social media to express their displeasure. #Emmys
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I know Jimmy Kimmel, and I guess the bit didn’t affect me that much,” the “Abbott Elementary” star and showrunner told reporters backstage. When asked backstage about the opinions of the internet, she said, “I don’t know what the internet thinks, but I know Jimmy; he gave me my first important late-night role, and he was one of the first to see ‘Abbott.'”
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He messaged me on Instagram to express his delight at ABC airing the film and his opinion that it is one of the greatest comedies of all time.
So, I think I was just happy that Jimmy was on the stage at the time. Even though I might become mad at him tomorrow, I consider him to be among the comic industry’s founding fathers. If he punches me in the face on Wednesday when I’m on his show, I may not care. Brunson made a joking comment, “I don’t know what occurs.
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Brunson won the Emmy for best writing in a comedy series on Monday night, making it her first Emmy victory overall. She is the third Black person and the second Black woman to win for writing on a comedy series, following Lena Waithe (“Master of None”) and Larry Wilmore (“The Bernie Mac Show”).
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