The much-loved series Game of Thrones broke a record at the 2016 Emmy Awards on Sunday for the highest number of Emmys won by any fictional series.
The award-winning HBO epic drama dominated in three categories at the 68th Emmy Awards ceremony held in Los Angeles. The series grabbed awards for outstanding drama series; Costumes for a period/fantasy series and Directing for a drama series.
Thus, the show’s total number of awards now stands at 38. This means the heavily decorated series has pushed Frasier’s previous record of 37 to the background.
Meanwhile, “Veep” took home the top comedy award,“The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” also earned five awards. In addition, Julia Louis-Dreyfus made history with her fifth consecutive Emmy win in the lead comedy actress category.
Also, TV personality Lalla Hirayama graced the biggest red carpet of her career at the 2016 Emmy Awards. Hirayama was with other big shots in Hollywood including – Kerry Washington; Anthony Anderson; Tracee Ellis Ross as well as Taraji P Henson.
Excited, she gushed over the event ahead of the big night.
“It’s really a dream come true and it’s the biggest highlight ever”
“It has been a journey, from endless preparation meetings with the team to sorting out wardrobe and learning about the nominees; it’s a lot of work. I don’t think one can ever over prepare for this. I mean it’s the Emmys,” she said excitedly.
On what she plans to look out for, she said;
“I want to be the eye of the viewer. I want to capture fashion moments, find out what other stars are looking forward to and I also want to learn what it really means to be on the red carpet of such a huge production,” she stated.
Meanwhile, Hirayama looked like a vision in a strapless Callaghan Collezioni gown.