The Emmys are done and dusted for another year and all the winners have walked away with their awards.
But amid the excitement and the glamour of the red carpet, there was an incredibly powerful, history-making moment we all missed.
For the first time in history, a woman of Asian descent was nominated for a lead actress Emmy.
And while actress Sandra Oh may not have walked away with the award for her role on Killing Eve, the nomination in itself was undoubetely step in the right direction.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly on the red carpet accompanied by her parents, the former Grey’s Anatomy star spoke about the significance of her nomination and the impact it will have on women of colour.
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— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) September 17, 2018