Fans Think Sandra Oh Was Robbed Of An Emmy
'Killing Eve' fans are devastated Oh didn't take home the prestigious Emmy.
Sandra Oh fans are absolutely crushed that the actress missed out on an Emmy award for her stunning performance in the BBC thriller, Killing Eve.
It’s the first time in Emmys history that an Asian actress has been nominated for a dramatic lead role, and many TV fans were expecting her standout portrayal as Eve Polastri to score the trophy.
Claire Foy was announced as the winner for her role in The Crown -- beating out Oh, Keri Russell (The Americans), Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale), Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black) and Evan Rachel Wood (Westworld).
It seems as though even Foy was expecting Oh would win -- paying her respects to the Korean-Canadian actress in her speech.
"This wasn't supposed to happen," said Foy.
"I just felt so proud then of being in the company of such extraordinary performances," she said of her fellow nominees.
"And I know everyone is talking at the moment about women in the industry, but if that's anything to go by, bloody hell. That's technically not swearing."
"But Sandra Oh, I just love you," she professed.
But while fans are happy for Foy -- there seems to be a lot of heartbreak online that it wasn't Oh up on stage.
The good news is that Oh had the support of her parents at the Emmys -- who are clearly her biggest fans.
Oh introduced her mum and dad on the red carpet, saying she was "just so excited to bring them" as her dates.
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