This year’s Emmy award presenters seek the help of hazmat suits due to COVID-19

It is hard to control oneself from stepping out of the house in autumn, but even amidst the growing pandemic, ABC has decided to keep entertaining its audience and host the 72nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.

Though the pandemic situations worsen, citizens have not let their morale decline as they continue to motivate singers, dancers, actors, and all kinds of artists.

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While the whole of Hollywood has been forced into lockdown, resulting in a stagnancy in production, Jimmy Kimmel, the host of the show, will record live from Downtown Los Angeles with the help of presenters in full Hazmat suits. The outfit designed by Katja Cahill and executive producer Carrington is saggy with an oversized bowtie over a white shirt.

About the show

As perceived by most of the people as a ‘chaotic adventure in store for viewers’, this year’s Emmy will have a variety of features as producers have sent more than 150 video kits to various artists in order for them to record from home.

Many artists will perform live throughout the event even though technical difficulties might arise, but Reggie Hudlin, the executive producer, has guaranteed an entertaining show because a change in the programming format allows them to showcase clips from previous years.

I think he’s hoping things go wrong

Hudlin added that Kimmel is ready to keep them entertained

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