Michaela Coel Won An Emmy For "I May Destroy You" And Dedicated It To "Every Single Survivor Of Sexual Assault"
Personally, I believe her standing ovation should have lasted longer.
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“I believe that their hope is everyone will just take the condoms home.”
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“‘Never Have I Ever’ was really good. If it had come out when I was 15 or 16, it would have been a game-changer. But it’s just pushed to the side because there are teens in it.”
"'That show,' I told everyone who would listen, 'deserves to win all the awards.'"
“It almost feels like a slap in the face. Like, what do you consider important? Especially for Emily In Paris—which is one of the whitest shows I’ve seen.”
“Let me tell you, I’ve gotten plenty of emails from people saying these women deserve it. And those aren’t fun to get”
I'm at a loss for words.
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"The trauma did not need to define me."
Further proof that Michaela Coel is amazing.
"I finally realized I'm not crazy — this is crazy."
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The Chewing Gum and Black Mirror actor spoke at the Edinburgh TV Festival about the racial discrimination and sexual assault she’s experienced in her chosen profession.
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"BITCH OMFG I HAVE SUM TEA FOR YOU!!!" (No major spoilers.)
We also find out the name and who is in each episode. Michaela Coel and Maxine Peake star in one, and Jodie Foster is directing an episode.