Sheryl Lee Ralph confronted Jimmy Kimmel after his Quinta Brunson Emmys bit

“Abbott Elementary” star Sheryl Lee Ralph didn’t see the humor in Jimmy Kimmel’s distracting stunt on the 2022 Emmys.

The late-night host was dragged on stage by Will Arnett to current the award for Greatest Writing in a Comedy Collection, however was “handed out” as a result of he “had gotten into the thin margaritas” after shedding the Emmy for his late-night sequence for the “thirteenth time in a row.”

When Ralph’s co-star and “Abbott Elementary” creator Quinta Brunson walked onstage to simply accept the award, Kimmel stayed dedicated to the bit and didn’t transfer, leading to Brunson struggling to get close to the microphone for her speech.

In line with reporters at a Tv Critics Affiliation summer season press tour panel on Wednesday, Ralph was lower than impressed.

Sheryl Lee Ralph received the Emmy for Excellent Supporting Actress in a Comedy Collection for “Abbott Elementary” on Monday evening.
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“I used to be completely confused. I didn’t know what was occurring,” she revealed. “However I used to be like, ‘I want that man would simply rise up off the bottom’ … After which I spotted it was Jimmy Kimmel.”

“Ooh, the disrespect. I advised him, too, to his face,” Ralph added. “He understood.”

Kimmel’s stunt was slammed on-line, too, as some followers accused him of “white privilege” and arguably ruining Brunson’s huge second.

Nevertheless, Brunson didn’t mind his antics.

 Quinta Brunson will likely address the stunt when she appears on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Wednesday night.
Quinta Brunson will doubtless deal with the stunt when she seems on “Jimmy Kimmel Reside” on Wednesday evening.

“Jimmy gave me my first huge late-night spot and was one of many first individuals to see ‘Abbott,’” she told the press after the second. “He Instagram messaged me that he noticed this comedy and thought it was one of many best comedies of all time.”

Coincidently, Brunson seems on “Jimmy Kimmel Reside” on Wednesday, so it’s but to be decided if she’s modified her thoughts on the encounter.

As for Ralph, she acquired a standing ovation for her Emmys acceptance speech by which she sang Dianne Reeves’ “Endangered Species” and gave motivating phrases about by no means giving up.

Season 2 of “Abbott Elementary” premieres Sept. 21 on ABC.

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