Emmys 2022 In Memoriam Phase

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The 2022 Emmy Awards included its annual in memoriam tribute to entertainers and trade professionals who died prior to now 12 months throughout Monday evening’s ceremony in Los Angeles. “Golden Ladies” icon Betty White, actor James Caan, and “Full Home” star Bob Saget have been all honored.

John Legend carried out his emotional new music “Items” throughout the ceremony on the Microsoft Theater on Sept. 12 after an introduction by Anthony Anderson. “It by no means seems like the precise time to say goodbye to a beloved one, a good friend, or a cherished icon,” Anderson stated, earlier than launching right into a Shakespeare quote. He stated the section would “acknowledge the legends inside our trade who’ve handed on.”

Continued Anderson, “We have fun all that they created and shared with the world. Might they relaxation in peace and energy.”

As Legend crooned the heartfelt lyrics, video performed that includes photographs — and a few audio — of the celebrated legends and icons. Sang the musician, “The one factor you are able to do is decide up the items / Let your damaged coronary heart be taught / Be taught to dwell in items.”

Late US actor Bob Saget is seen onscreen during an In Memoriam segment performed by US singer-songwriter John Legend onstage during the 74th Emmy Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, on September 12, 2022. (Photo by Patrick T. FALLON / AFP) (Photo by PATRICK T. FALLON/AFP via Getty Images)

Picture Supply: PATRICK T. FALLON/AFP via Getty Images

Different notable inclusions have been Anne Heche, who died following a automotive accident in August, and sports activities commentator Vin Scully. Nichelle Nichols, Sidney Poitier, Pat Carroll, and Paul Sorvino have been additionally honored.

The 74th annual primetime Emmy Awards are airing dwell on NBC on Sept. 12.

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