The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards are being presented.
The award show is being held in Los Angeles at the Microsoft Theater.
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The first standing ovation of the 69th annual Emmy Awards has gone not to a winner but to a trio of presenters — Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. The audience erupted in sustained cheers of adulation as the three actresses strolled on stage to the theme music of their 1980 hit movie “9 to 5.”
The cheers continued when Fonda declared that in 1980 the women refused “to be controlled by a racist, egotistical bigot.” Tomlin quickly added, “In 2017 we still refuse to be controlled by a sexist, egotistical, lying hypocritical bigot.” Parton was silent during that exchange, but raised her eyebrows.
But Parton had the last laugh when she said she was hoping to get a “Grace & Frankie” vibrator in her swag bag.
Alec Baldwin may have spoken loudly when accepting his Emmy Award for best comedy supporting actor, but he was quieter when collecting his actual award backstage.
He signed his name and thoughtfully examined the statuette closely at the trophy table backstage Sunday. The actor asked if the engraved nameplate would be mailed to him and a television academy worker told him he could have it attached at the Governors Ball after the show.
Baldwin practically whispered his thanks before disappearing down the hall.
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“Atlanta” director Donald Glover received the Emmy Award for outstanding directing in a comedy series.
Kate McKinnon received the Emmy Award for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series.
The actress played presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during the most recent season, and thanked Clinton during her acceptance speech.
She teared up as she gave her thanks Sunday night.
John Lithgow is the winner of the Emmy Award for best drama series supporting actor. Lithgow won for his role on the Netflix series “The Crown.”
The actor calls the win the latest gift from the series, in which he played Winston Churchill as he advises the newly installed Queen Elizabeth II.
Lithgow thanked Churchill in his acceptance speech Sunday night.
It’s Lithgow’s sixth career Emmy.
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer made an appearance for the show, making fun of…