“It’s a little too early to start writing in earnest, but I’ve been jotting down rough thoughts in my phone,” reveals this year’s Emmys host Andy Samberg during our recent red carpet interview (watch below) about whether he’s starting to plan out the ceremony.
We interviewed Samberg at a special “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Emmy event held Friday night at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The entire cast was there for a panel discussion following a screening of the final two episodes of Season 2. It was a fun night for fans and Emmy voters in attendance as they all got to take home “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” donuts as tasty souvenirs.
Also in our chat, Samberg reveals he got “good response” from his Oscars appearance when the Lonely Island performed “Everything is Awesome” from “The Lego Movie” and that yes, they did get to take home those Lego Oscar statues.
But will the Lonely Island be appearing with him on the Emmy telecast? And what advice does former Emmys emcee Jane Lynch have for Samberg?
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