Kendall Jenner and Kim Kardashian star in one of the most intriguing moments of the night when the Emmys stalls seemed to laugh at them.
Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner were two of the most prominent guests of the 2019 Emmy awards , at least if one sees the count of followers they have on Instagram. But the relevance of both celebrities did not prevent them from starring in one of the most uncomfortable moments of the gala. The question is: was he prepared to do so?
The impression among journalists like Scott Feinberg , who was present and recorded the moment, is that the audience was laughing at Kardashian and Jenner, not with them.
Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner Laughed At By Emmy’s Audience, when the truth is that they were reading a prepared script of the teleprompter . Were the screenwriters of the gala looking for that awkward moment?
"There has been a loud laugh among the audience when Kim Kardashian was performing," wrote journalist Elizabeth Wagmeister , who was also in the theater seats. "They were laughing at her, not with her. It has been uncomfortable in the room and, for me, unnecessary."
Minutes earlier, Kardashian and Jenner had hogged many flashes on the purple carpet of the Emmys. Especially the supermodel , who wore a spectacular floral dress by Richard Quinn from the Spring 2020 collection just out of the London Fashion Week catwalk .
Kardashian and Jenner had to present the Emmy to the Best Competition Program . After being greeted with applause, Kim began to make the introduction to the category: "Our family knows firsthand that truly exciting television is made by real people being themselves." What followed was a laugh in some sections of the audience at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles .
"Telling their stories without filters and without a script," Jenner continued, whose words were somewhat muted because of the laughter of some attendees. Without being disturbed by the reaction of the public, Kardashian finalized the award ceremony to RuPaul: Drag Queens , the popular program in which RuPaul and other judges look for the next American drag superstar.