Emmys 2013 The Best And Worst Times

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Yes we have got some shocking moments caught on camera for you. No doubt these are really best and worst time when stars have to face it live. Check it out.

The Best

Michael Douglas Comes Out on Top

While accepting his award for Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie, “Behind the Candelabra” star Michael Douglas gave a special shout out to his Liberace movie co-star, Matt Damon. “This is a two-hander, and Matt, you’re only as good as your other hand,” Douglas cheekily said, as Damon laughingly waved off the praise. “You really deserve half of this,” Douglas continued. “So, do you want the bottom, or the top?” Clearly, that hubbub he created this summer with his thoughts on the cause of throat cancer haven’t led Douglas to filter his public remarks.


Twerk It, Host Boy!

And the award for best reminder of why we want Tina Fey and Amy Poehler to return as Golden Globes hosts goes to: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. The “Saturday Night Live” alums and friends presented the first Emmy of the evening, but only after sitting in the front row, noshing on popcorn, and donning 3-D glasses so they could see NPH’s “business” up close and try to coerce him into twerking (“I come to awards shows for the twerking,” Fey said). They were unsuccessful on the twerking front, but totally on the money in making us love them even more.


This Is Why It Should Have Happened Sooner

The Emmy audience kept it classy when they gave Bob Newhart a standing ovation after co-presenter Jim Parsons mentioned Newhart won his first-ever Emmy for guest starring on “The Big Bang Theory” last season. Newhart’s response: “Was that a compliment, or were you just trying to rub it in?”


The Worst

For Those Googling Lloyd Nolan …

Sure, we’d all attest that Lloyd Nolan is no Jon Hamm, but still … did he need to be namechecked in such a tasteless way? Apparently Diahann Carroll thought so. While standing on the Emmy presenter stage with Kerry Washington, “Julia” star Carroll praised all the good-looking men in the audience, lamenting the fact that her “Julia” co-star Nolan didn’t fit her standards for Hollywood handsomeness.

“The men are much more beautiful than when I was doing television,” she said. “I don’t know where you came from, but I’m very happy to see you. After all, my leading man was Lloyd Nolan, and those of you who know what that means, don’t repeat to anyone.” As we said, harsh.


You Said It, Man

“Well, crap,” said “The Newsroom” star Jeff Daniels, after being announced as the surprise winner of the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Emmy. He echoed the sentiments of “Breaking Bad” fans, after Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, and Jonathan Banks were shut out of Emmy honors.

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