Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman up for COVID- safe Emmy Awards 2020

Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman up for COVID- safe Emmy Awards 2020

The prestigious Emmy Awards are being organized to appreciate the best performers in different fields of cinema. Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman, and Toni Collette are the artists who will make a gracious presence. In addition to this, it’s pandemic-friendly Primetime Emmy Awards. All the guidelines have been taken care of with absolute precautions.

A star-studded ceremony

Firstly Australian actor Hugh Jackman doesn’t need an introduction. He has been successful in making fans go gaga over him. The 51-year-old actor is going to grace the red carpet of the Emmy Awards. In addition to this, Cate Blanchett and Toni Collette will join the actor as well. These three are among the five Australians who are up for this COVID-safe award ceremony this year.

Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman up for COVID- safe Emmy Awards 2020


Firstly to notify the respected nominations, let’s have a detailed look at the same. Jackman is up for best lead actor in HBO’s Bad Education. Further Blanchett for lead actress in FX’s Mrs. America in the limited series or movie category. Collette (Netflix’s Unbelievable) and Sarah Snook (HBO’s Succession) are nominated in supporting actress categories.

Style and safety is the priority

In fact, when these stars will come that will definitely be a sight to behold. The formal attire adds a lot to the charm of the actors. It’s going to be quite tempting to witness these stars in hazmat tuxedos. Safety is equally important and to ensure this in such difficult times, proper precautions are being taken. So the night is going to be full of style as well as safety.

Celebrations at home

Firstly being nominated for an award proves to be a great booster for an artist. Moreover winning an award is just like the icing on the cake. But due to the global outbreak of COVID-19, few restrictions prove to be the necessities As a result of this the winners at the 72nd annual ceremony will have to celebrate at home for health and safety reasons.

Gearing up for the ceremony

The awards begin at 10am Monday (AEST, Sunday night US time). Jimmy Kimmel will host the ceremony recording from Los Angeles. Nominees, presenters, and winners will appear from around the globe. It will be quite fascinating to get acknowledged by the winners. May the best one gets the opportunity to take the prestigious award home.

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