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Having Aretha portrait & vocals on the Memorial Tribute was an emotional touch....Thank You 💘
Ya know, I’ve always considered Whitney to be the best female vocalist of all time, but I’ve really begun to appreciate Aretha more in her passing, and I’m no longer so sure.You’re right; was a really nice touch!
after7pm yeah it was very beautiful
Lazytown is not on the emmy map, apparently
Fraggle Rock should have been and never was
maybe the daytime emmy map
Still sad about John mahoney
NoName "It's not about awards, it's not about accolades, it's about a body of work," Frasier S1E18.
Joanna Gage ?
Even in death you're competing for applause.
moon glow The claps you hear are from the audio recording of Aretha singing. Most of them are not from the Emmy Award audience.
+Salar Bakht what???
I wish this clip as short as possible. RIP everyone.
David Marks- The one popularity contest, no one wants to win.
I wish they stopped doing this clip because it's always an uncomfortable judgement call on who's included and who's left out. And the variation of applause per person is the weird final word in the fame popularity contest.
I'm sure they missed several memorable passings, but no Margot Kidder? She actually won an Emmy, no? Harlan Ellison was a prolific TV writer.
wow I didn't consider Kidder. Probably the same reason they didn't include Verne Troyer because they think of her more for movies than tv
Man, John Mahoney hurts the most!
The Oscars left out Dorothy Malone and now the Emmys have too. I used to watch her twice a week on "Peyton Place." How unappreciative these list makers can be.
+Kurt Sudheim. I don't know how old or young you are, but I've never even heard of some of the names on the Emmys' list. Dorothy Malone was a 1957 Oscar winner and a star on TV in the 1960s. It's not supposed to be about youth. And John McCain, hero that he was, had nothing to do with television. Ms Malone could have rightfully taken his place. I suppose the message here is that if you have the audacity to live into your nineties, you just don't count.
Nope. It was in January.
Y'all forgot Lifestyles of Rich and Famous host....
iHeart Gaming and Whose Line -John McCain was very good on SNL.
Some of the people you are speaking of were honored the week before at the Creative Arts emmy's. Robin Leach was honored as was Ann Wedgeworth
i just realized how odd it is to see tina fey speaking without making a big joke. it feels like there's a missing punchline or a silly dance somewhere and then you remember its the in memoriam speech.
Her hair looked like she did it in a hurry..
I don't think any of the presenters volunteer for this part. Name is probably picked at random and then you never have to do it again.