Normal People actor Paul Mescal nominated his co-star Daisy Edgar-Jones for an Emmy nomination.
Mescalis was nominated for Best Leading Role in a Limited Series for his role as aspiring writer Connello Waldron, but Edgar-Jones was forgotten.
The Irish actor told his co-star that his quote “exists only because of you and your extraordinary talent.”;
To his post, he added a crying shot taken from the BBC Sally Rooney’s novel Three Adaptations.
Normal people also received nominations for his casting, directing and writing.
Edgar-Jones responded by posting a photo of Mescal and director Lenny Abrahamson, writing, “I couldn’t have been more proud of these two incredibly incredible people. Working with you has been one of the greatest joys of my life. ”
The drama followed the romantic entanglements of two young people from a small Irish town as they leave school and attend university in Dublin.
Other nominees in response to their nominations include former children’s star Zendaya, the best actress in the drama Euphoria.
The 23-year-old woman said her first Emmy nod left her “sincerely without words” and her heart “flooded with love and gratitude.”
- The guards lead the Emmy nominations
- Emmy Awards 2020: Key Nominations
Light star Betty Gilpin, meanwhile, used her nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a comedy series to comment on current events.
“I really can’t stress enough how much this nomination threatens my current quarantine brand and is sad,” she wrote.
“Before this nomination, I was fixed from mediocrity and I exploded into strips … The police who killed Breona Taylor had still not been arrested.”
Breonna Taylor was a health care worker who was shot eight times by police, who on 13 March. She got into her apartment in Louisville, Kentucky.
Three officers involved in her murder were released on administrative leave during the investigation. None of them were charged.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, this year’s cast has the highest percentage of black actors in Emmy Awards history.
“34.3 percent. “The nominations are a record for black actors of all time, the best two years ago – 27.7 percent,” he writes.
Among the 35 black actor nominations are two, each of which received double nominations from Maya Rudolph and Giancarlo Esposito.
Selected for both Better Call Saul and Mandalorian, Esposito called its double recognition “the greatest, startling surprise.”
The Mescall competition at the Emmys is presented by X-Men star Hugh Jackman, who is selected for his work in the HBO film Bad Education.
Jackman joked that Ryan Reynolds, with whom he had long hinted at “feod” on social media, was “devastated” to hear about his success.
Reynolds responded by calling Jackman’s nomination “crazy” on Twitter.
“Careful @VancityReynolds … you look a little green,” Jackman replied. “Thank you @TelevisionAcad for giving me the opportunity at this moment!”
Bad Education, which also seeks the best television film, tells the true story of a U.S. school administrator accused of robbery.
HBO’s Superhero series Watchmen will lead the way at this year’s ceremony, winning a total of 26 nominations.
The winners will be announced on September 20th. At a ceremony broadcast by ABC and hosted by Jimmy Kimmel.
Follow us Facebook, or Twitter @BBCNewsEnts. If you have a history suggestion email The letter.