The crowd went wild and then Emmy Award-winning actor literally dropped the mic in celebration.
Turns out we aren’t the only ones who are going to miss The Colbert Report. Basically every celebrity ever came out of the woodwork for Stephen Colbert’s final show.
The Emmys, which aired live from Nokia Theatre Monday night, were three hours long. Yes, THREE HOURS LONG. Ain’t nobody got time for that!
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The 2010 Emmy Winners were announced live from the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, California on August 29, 2010. Jimmy Fallon hosted the night and opened with a wild song and dance number with stars […]