Jimmy Kimmel hosted this year's Emmy Awards for the third time, but it looked a little different this time around. No one was in the audience, except some cardboard cutouts...and Jason Bateman.
<p>To help Jimmy kick off the night, <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Jennifer+Aniston" target="_blank">Jennifer Aniston</a> came by to <em>basically </em>save the Emmys. A little later in the night, Jen made a second appearance, alongside her <em><a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Friends" target="_blank">Friends</a>.</em></p><p>The night was filled with shocking wins, heartwarming appearances and moving speeches, but no one did it quite like <em><a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Schitt%27s+Creek" target="_blank">Schitt's Creek</a>. </em>The beloved comedy series stole the night with seven Emmys wins.</p><p>Also making history, <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Zendaya" target="_blank">Zendaya</a>! <em>The Euphoria</em> actress took home "Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series," becoming the youngest actor to win the award.</p><p>And last but not least, <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Kerry+Washington" target="_blank">Kerry Washington</a> and Reese Witherspoon celebrated the night in their <em>own </em>kind of way. The <em>Little Fires Everywhere </em>pair threw a New Years party to countdown to 2021.</p><p>Reese said "We're ready for this year to be over," and we don't blame her! </p><p>Congrats to all the winners! <br/></p>
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