Cedric the entertainer it will host this year’s Emmys. In a Instagram post, the comedian revealed that he has been selected to host the 73rd Emmy Awards ceremony, before the nominations are revealed tomorrow morning.
The characteristics of the video Barber Shop star opening a CBS envelope regarding the Emmys, explaining that she had been told “it was supposed to be something special”, joking that they probably wanted me to plug in Apple TV + Ted lasso. That envelope, designed as if announcing an Emmy winner, confirmed that Cedric is the host of this year’s Emmys. Your initial enthusiasm for the ad is quickly overwhelmed by all the necessary planning, including the contact. Tom ford for clothes and to be in contact with The rocktrainers to get in shape (before immediately looking down at Kevin harttrainers, so you can use “small weights”).
It’s kind of solid, as his down-to-earth unboxing video turns into classic Hollywood grooming. At the end of the short video, he is considering Botox and dyeing his beard. Still, his enthusiasm for the role of host shines through in all the jokes, breaking down at the end to exalt the ceremony. He’s clearly bringing a great, goofy energy to the concert.
One of the original kings of comedy, Cedric has a decades-long television career, beginning with his first appearance on Showtime at the Apollo in 1978. He has won accolades for his recent television work, including that of CBS The neighborhoodand the long-awaited Disney + rebirth of The proud family, which expires next year. This is his first time hosting the Emmys, though his video verifies the name of Jimmy Kimmel, who has performed three times, including last year’s ceremony, and Jimmy Fallon, who was the host in 2010.
Cedric is definitely a good choice as a host. His decades of standup experience give him mastery over his audience and an ear for good material that will serve him well. Additionally, his recent acting work gives him credibility with television stars that other presenters often lack. Your announcement video has more energy and charm than many previous presenters have gathered for the ceremony; If you can bring a dash of seriousness and humor to your turn as presenter, this should be an Emmy to remember.
The 73rd Emmy Awards will air on CBS on September 19 at 8 PM. Check out Cedric the Entertainer’s Instagram post below:
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