Apple TV+'s second series of 'Ted Lasso' was one of the big winners at last night's Emmy Awards.
Winning Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for 'Ted Lasso' at last night's awards show, Hannah Waddingham is in genuine and utter disbelief while giving her Emmys speech.
She was up against some stiff competition in the category, with the British actress up against three 'Saturday Night Live' heavy-hitters Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant and Cecily Strong, as well as her 'Ted Lasso' co-star Juno Temple.
The successful comedy series, headed up by Jason Sudeikis (who also won Best Actor in a Comedy Series last night), Haddingham plays the role of Rebecca who is the straight-talking owner of AFC Richmond and a lover of the Ted Lasso biscuits he delivers to her every morning.
Presented with the award by Seth Rogen (who gave a rundown of all of the reasons why the Emmy Awards ceremony was "insane" to be taking place - "Why is there a roof? It’s more important that we have three chandeliers than that we make sure we don’t kill Eugene Levy tonight"), Waddingham arrived on stage to scream her delight into the microphone: "Jesus Christ on a bike! Oh my God, I'm not responsible for anything that falls out of my face in the next 30 seconds."
The adrenaline-fuelled actress went on to thank the series creator Jason Sudeikis for "changing my life", and also her co-star Juno Temple, who plays Keeley in the series, jokingly saying: "If you ever leave my life, I'm going to stalk you!"
The heartwarming speech continued with the star remarking that she nearly lost both of her parents during the filming of the second series of the show, and how glad she is that they are both able to see her winning moment.
The actress was on such a high that she didn't seem to mind, or even notice, that Seth Rogen had called out her name as "Hannah Waddington".
Here's Hannah Waddingham's Emmys speech.