Today we sing Happy Birthday to Michael Douglas & Catherine Zeta-Jones

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Today (the 25th) is Michael Douglas & Catherine Zeta-Jones Birthdays ! Their Birthday is on the exact same day, and our news reporters and broadcast staff, along with other news outlets next to us on the red carpet at the Emmy Awards, all joined together and sang Happy Birthday to them ! So watch this TV show broadcast by Entertainment Today, and join our reporters: Margie Rey & Renee Esebag  as we sing a Happy Birthday to Michael Douglas & Catherine Zeta-Jones to celebrate their Birthdays today ! 

Michael & Catherine loved all of us that sang to them, and gave a very happy and appreciative reaction. Margie and Renee had non-stop in-depth interviews all day long on the purple carpet from A-List stars from all the hit TV shows, and Emmy Nominees from a “Sea of Stars”- as you will see in this Emmy TV special. This 71st Primetime Emmy Awards were held again at The Microsoft Theater at LA Live. #MichaelDouglas #CatherineZetaJones @MichaelKirkDouglas @CatherineZetaJones

After all the interviews on the Arrivals Royal Purple Carpet our news crew went backstage to The “Winners Walk” where the stars would go to receive their Emmy Awards Statues :

Backstage they treated all the press like Royalty! They literally gave us “The White Glove” treatment, as all the waiters wore white gloves as they served us gourmet food like Filet Mignon, amazing deserts and drinks, and the best chefs were there to serve you up your meals as you ordered !

Backstage with Emmy winners for “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” – Tony Shalhoub and Alex Borstein at LA Live: 

RuPaul’s Drag Race wins the Emmy Award again- backstage live right now at LA Live: 

Live: Bill Hader as Barry wins the Emmy for Barry

Michelle Williams as Gwen Verdon in Fosse/Verdon wins Emmy Award for outstanding lead actress in a limited series or movie– live right now at The Emmys: 

Patricia Arquette as Dee Dee Blanchard in The Act. Wins the Emmy Live at LA live:

Some of our staff and guests were lucky enough to have tickets to a great show, and then the only “Official After-Party” for The Emmy Awards- The Governors Ball. We must have meet over 100 stars during the day and late into the night, and as always the Emmy Awards was a big success and an amazing experience !

Entertainment Today’s TV show Host: Margie Rey– meeting all the Emmy Winners at the Governors Ball After-Party, along with the star of “Fleabag” – 3X Emmy Winner: Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Phoebe won the Emmy for Writing, Directing, and for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series! Fleabag won 6 Total Emmy Awards! #PhoebeWallerBridge @phoebewallerbridgefans : 

If you like to see more of Phoebe Waller-Bridge- read below for upcoming shows she is doing, and if you like to buy tickets call our main office : 213-388-9162 , so that we can assign the right person to help you out. For further information please contact: Entertainment Today E-Mail: info@entertainmentandsportstoday.com

“Fleabag,” presented by National Theatre Live. Captured live broadcast from the National Theatre, London:

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See the hilarious and heartbreaking one-woman show, first performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, that inspired the BBC’s award-winning TV series FLEABAG, recorded live at London’s National Theatre. Written and performed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge (FLEABAG, KILLING EVE) and directed by Vicky Jones, “Fleabag” is a rip-roaring look at a self-described “greedy, perverted, selfish, apathetic, cynical, depraved,…morally bankrupt woman,” whose playing breaking of the fourth wall belies her need to connect as well as a tragic secret from her past. Fleabag may seem oversexed, emotionally unfiltered and self-obsessed, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. With family and friendships under strain and a guinea pig café struggling to keep afloat, Fleabag suddenly finds herself with nothing to lose. Playing to sold-out audiences in New York and London, don’t miss your chance to see this “legitimately hilarious show” (The New Yorker) on the big screen. Directed by Vicky Jones. Written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Runtime 100 min.

Entertainment Today’s TV show Host: Margie Rey- meeting all the Emmy Winners at the Governors Ball after party, along with the star of “Fleabag” Emmy Nominee- Sian Clifford. Fleabag won 6 Emmys! Margie had interviewed Sian earlier in the day on the purple carpet- so you can see it in our Emmy TV special. 

The Emmy Awards Governors Ball – getting in on a laugh with Award Winning Comedians: Ben Stiller & Fred Armisen: 

Entertainment Today’s TV Producer meeting all the Emmy Winners at the Governors Ball after party, along with the star of “Fresh off the Boat” – Randall Park: 

Live with Timothy Hutton at the Governors Ball at the Emmys: 

 Entertainment Today’s TV show host meeting all the Emmy Winners at the Governors Ball after party, along with the star of “Blackish” Anthony Anderson: 
 Julia Garner won the Emmy Award for the Netflix series Ozark. This photo is from the Governors Ball at the Emmys at LA Live when Julia was nice enough to pose for a picture with our TV show host Margie Rey for Entertainment Today. 
Entertainment Today’s TV show host Margie Rey meeting all the Emmy Winners at the Governors Ball after party, along with the star of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” – Luke Kirby. Luke won the Emmy for his role as the iconic comedian Lenny Bruce on Maisel. Margie had interviewed Luke earlier in the day on the purple carpet- so you can see it in our Emmy TV special.

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