Thomas Lennon schedules Felicity Huffman at Emmys by welcoming & # 39; previous winners from prison & # 39; to welcome

& # 39; Those two weeks go by & # 39 ;: Felicity Huffman is roasted during Emmy while commentator Thomas Lennon welcomes & # 39; previous lead actress winners watch from prison & # 39;

  • Thomas Lennon brought a big smile with his not-so-subtle graves to Felicity Huffman
  • The actress is preparing for a 14-day prison sentence in October after she was found guilty of the college admission scandal
  • & # 39; The producers have asked me to give a special shout-out to one of our previous lead actress winners who are watching from prison, & # 39; Lennon joked
  • & # 39; Hopefully those two weeks fly by & # 39 ;, he added
  • Huffman won an Emmy for her role at Desperate Housewives in 2005
  • She was nominated for American Crime in 2015, 2016 and 2017
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Felicity Huffman received a blistering shout-out during Primetime Emmy Awards 2019 when commentator Thomas Lennon & previous lead actress winners who watched from prison & # 39; welcomed.

Lennon drew a big smile from the audience with his not-so-subtle excavation to Huffman, who is preparing for a 14-day prison sentence in October after pleading guilty in the university admission scandal.

& # 39; The producers have asked me to give a special shout-out to one of our previous lead actress winners who are watching from prison, & # 39; Lennon joked. & # 39; Hopefully those two weeks fly by. & # 39;

The actor and comedian grinned when he told Huffman & # 39; to keep your chin up & # 39 ;.

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Emmy commentator Thomas Lennon (above) roasted Felicity Huffman during Sunday night's broadcast when he welcomed & # 39; previous lead actress winners who watched from prison & # 39;

Huffman (above) is preparing for a 14-day prison sentence in October after he was found guilty of the college admission scandal

Huffman (above) is preparing for a 14-day prison sentence in October after he was found guilty of the college admission scandal

Emmy commentator Thomas Lennon (left) roasted Felicity Huffman during Sunday night's broadcast when he welcomed & # 39; previous lead actress winners who watched from prison & # 39 ;. Huffman (right) is preparing for a 14-day prison sentence in October after he was found guilty of the college admission scandal

Huffman has received countless Emmy nods over the years.

She won for her role as Lynette Scavo at Desperate Housewives in 2005 and was again nominated for that role in 2007.

She also received nominations for American crime in 2015, 2016 and 2017.

Huffman played in one of the biggest winners of the night, When They See Us, but received no nomination for her role as prosecutor Linda Fairstein.

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