Emmys 2020: Regina King stuns in blue head-turning Schiaparelli gown, fans say ‘she’s a knockout’
Regina King took home the best actress in a limited series award for her role as Angela Abar in HBO's limited television series 'Watchmen'
The ongoing pandemic has put a halt on everything with many nations imposing strict measures to curb the spread of the virus. The entertainment industry worldwide has also faced the brunt of the pandemic. With the MTV VMAs and Country Music Awards now behind us, the pandemic-era award show season is fully underway and Emmys 2020 is the next in line. The 2020 virtual Emmys premiered on Sunday, September 20, 2020, beginning at 8 pm ET/ 5 pm PT.
The virtual award ceremony was broadcast on ABC. Jimmy Kimmel returned to host the show for the third year, this time from a stage inside of Los Angeles’ Staple Center. The remote Emmys did not have a live audience due to Covid-19. Producers of the show sent more than 130 cameras to nominees in 10 countries, a big technical undertaking for the virtual event. The award show didn’t have a red carpet with the stars dressed up to the nines but despite taking place virtually in the middle of the pandemic, a handful of celebrities decided not to hold back when it came to serving red-carpet-worthy looks.
Regina King, who took home the best actress in a limited series award for her role as Angela Abar in HBO's limited television series 'Watchmen', shared her red-carpet look wearing a vibrant blue, brooch-adorned, assymetrical-hemmed couture gown by Schiaparelli. Completing her outfit, King accessorized it with diaphanous earrings by Bondeye Jewelry, gold rings by Established Jewelry and strappy heels by Stuart Weitzman. King dazzled from head to toe, and for her beauty look, she wore a chic, high top bun in her natural texture with curled tendrils hanging loose. The actress kept her makeup-look soft, rocking a coral-hued blush, pale-pink lipstick, and a subtly smudged eye with a bright blue eyeliner, adding just the right amount of oomph to the whole look.
Even with red carpet canceled, King decided to go all out and get her glam on for the Emmy Awards 2020 ceremony and fans can't keep calm. Many users took to Twitter to comment on King's choice of outfit. One user tweeted, "Stunning! Absolute best I've seen her." Another one wrote, "She’s a knockout!"
Stunning! Absolute best I've seen her— Get Real (@Exist2Rebel) September 21, 2020
She’s a knockout! 😍😍— Susan (@fortyphobic) September 21, 2020
One person complimenting King for her absolutely stunning look, commented, "Regina, we must have your workout routine stat! You ALWAYS look amazing!!! #eversince227." Another one tweeted, "Omg. She is gorgeous and this dress." Another user wrote, "This woman does not age. And just gets more and more beautiful! And most importantly...a super fucking talented woman."
Regina, we must have your workout routine stat! 🔥🔥 You ALWAYS look amazing!!! #eversince227— CW 🌺🌸🌺 (@caw_houston) September 21, 2020
Omg. She is gorgeous and this dress 😭😭😭❤️❤️— Molly (@mjraybuckeye) September 21, 2020
This woman does not age. And just gets more and more beautiful! And most importantly...a super fucking talented woman!— Deann McG (@SassynSweetDee) September 21, 2020
Another user commented, "Wooow! @ReginaKing looks so stunning! She would be my best dressed if they was doing the whole red carpet thing." One person tweeted, "Regina King wearing Doctor Manhattan blue is STUNNING. #Emmys."
Wooow! @ReginaKing looks so stunning! She would be my best dressed if they was doing the whole red carpet thing! 😍— KimmiWoo456 (@SATC_Addict) September 21, 2020
The Emmys 2020 nominees were announced by Leslie Jones, Laverne Cox, Josh Gad and Tatiana Maslany on July 28, 2020, through a virtual weblink on 28 July 2020. Among the list of nominees, there were some big productions such as HBO's 'Watchmen' with 26 nominations, Amazon's 'The Marvelous Mrs Maisel' with 20 nominations, and 'Succession' and 'Ozark' with 18 nominations. It has also been duly noted that Netflix took first place with 160 nominations and HBO came in right behind with 107 nominations. It’s the second time that Netflix has taken a lead on HBO. In 2018, Netflix ended HBO’s 17-year highest Emmy nominations streak by landing 112 nominations as opposed to HBO’s 108.