Emmy Awards host Andy Samberg confesses his biggest fear for Sunday (Exclusive Video)

On Sunday Andy Samberg will host the Primetime Emmy Awards for the first time. Just days before the big event, which will be telecast live on FOX beginning at 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET., he confesses to Gold Derby that his biggest fear is “falling, falling to my death.” (Watch our interview below). For the star of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “that would be the worst case scenario.” And while that would certainly put a damper on the kudocast, Samberg admits he is excited about “everything else. if I don’t fall to my death, I’ll consider it a win.”

Samberg won an Emmy on his first-ever bid back in 2007 for Best Music and Lyrics, sharing the award with Justin Timberlake for ‘Dick in a Box.’ He has been nominated a further five times in that category, without a win. And last Saturday he was part of the team contending for Variety Special Writing for the “Saturday Night Live: 40th Anniversary Special,” but was edged out by Louis C.K.  or his stand-up stint “Live at the Comedy Store.”

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