The 2019 Emmys Night was huge. Some of the most memorable events took place at the star-studded night and as usual, netizens cannot keep calm. Internet ninjas filled Twitter, Instagram and Facebook with bomb Emmys memes. Right from Ken Jeong making TikTok videos to GOT crew including Benioff, Weiss with George R.R. Martin taking over the stage for one final bow, the audience witnessed quite a lot of fun stuff at the Emmys last night. But when did anything stop the memesters from creating funny jokes and comebacks? Emmys 2019: Billy Porter Creates History, Becomes First Openly Gay, Black Man to Win Best Actor in Drama for 'Pose'.
While most Emmy's memes, include the Game Of Thrones cast, some other moments made it to the best memes list as well. Meme-makers couldn't help but notice Sarah K Silverman's reaction when she lost to SNL and Natasha Lyonne’s clapping too made some good fodder for the funny memes. Check out the most hilarious Emmy's memes and jokes:
All Of Us
— maho (@12snorlax) September 23, 2019
truly no one:
Billy Porter’s hat:
— Jenna (@jennawexler) September 22, 2019
— Jess Sardella (@jessnatale) September 23, 2019
Did You Miss Out?
the goopery that this slow walk has pic.twitter.com/SwzNVnbLy6
— michael blackmon (@blackmon) September 23, 2019
— BoOTs wiTh Da Fer (@DustFVL1114) September 23, 2019
— Olivia K (@SimplyOliviaK) September 23, 2019
— Kris Jenner wannabe (@dora_no_explora) September 23, 2019
Me, wishing I could pull off flamboyant hats as well as Billy Porter pic.twitter.com/RE9LNtfUjx
— Clayton Cubitt (@claytoncubitt) September 23, 2019
Do It NOW!
— Taylor Olmstead (@tcolmstead) September 23, 2019
While these jokes were absolutely hilarious, a motivating speech by Michelle Williams won the internet. Michelle Williams' moving speech in her maiden Emmys win was about equal pay for women in the entertainment industry. Williams, who won the Emmy Award for outstanding lead actress in a limited TV series or movie for Fosse/Verdon, said her recognition was an acknowledgement of what is possible when a woman is trusted and "feels safe enough to voice her needs and respected enough to be heard".