Aubrey Plaza’s dress sparked an online frenzy after she walked the red carpet at the 2023 Emmy Awards (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock)
Aubrey Plaza’s dress had everybody talking at Monday night’s Emmy Awards.
The 39-year-old posed for photographers in a stunning Loewe yellow gown featuring a huge dressmaker pin and an extra piece of fabric across the chest.
However, it didn’t take long for the internet to start with the memes, with one mock-up in particular getting fans talking online, with many thinking the image was actually the real deal.
The season six SATC scene in question, which aired in 2003, saw Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) get dumped by her then-boyfriend Jack Berger (Ron Livingston) with a harsh message left on her pillowcase as she slept.
Social media users couldn’t get enough of the SATC mock-up, with Instagram user @rachaelogilvie sharing: ‘the way i thought this was real [sic]’ with a crying emoji.
Aubrey got fans talking after posing up a storm in her yellow gown at the 2023 Emmys on Monday (Picture: Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)
@bruntunes added: ‘im so disappointed this isnt real’
@alexandrakyle insisted: ‘I thought this was real ughhhh’ as @josealejandroantunes wrote: ‘They way I screamed [sic]’
@jacquelineclairphoto commented: ‘So glad I saw this before the real photo lol’
X user @Seanlofficial, on the other hand, compared Aubrey’s interesting look to a Kraft cheese square.
Aubrey was nominated at Monday’s Emmys for the best supporting actress in a drama series award for her role as Harper Spiller in The White Lotus.
She teamed her floor-length, backless gown with a pair of gold platform heels, wearing her brunette locks in a chic half up, half down ‘do.
SATC fans will remember Jack Berger breaking up with Carrie Bradshaw via a Post-it note (Picture: HBO)
A social media user did a mock-up of Aubrey’s dress featuring the famous SATC Post-it note (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock)
Aubrey’s dress featured a huge pin at the front, which sparked a social media frenzy (Picture: David Fisher/Shutterstock)
Emmy Awards 2024 – winners in full
Here is the full list of winners from the 2024 Emmys, from The Bear to Succession
Drama series – Succession
Comedy series – The Bear
Lead actress in a drama series – Sarah Snook, Succession
Lead actor in a drama series – Kieran Culkin, Succession
Limited or anthology series – Beef
Lead actress in a limited or anthology series or movie – Ali Wong, Beef
Lead actor in a limited or anthology series or movie – Steven Yeun, Beef
Variety special (live) – Elton John Live: Farewell from Dodger Stadium
Directing for a drama series – Mark Mylod, Succession
Writing for a limited or anthology series or movie – Lee Sung Jin, Beef
Writing for a drama series – Jesse Armstrong, Succession
Supporting actor in a limited or anthology series or movie – Paul Walter Hauser, Black Bird
Directing for a limited or anthology series or movie – Lee Sung Jin, Beef
Talk series – The Daily Show With Trevor Noah
Writing for a variety series – Last Week Tonight With John Oliver
Outstanding competition program – RuPaul’s Drag Race
Writing for a comedy series – Christopher Storer, The Bear
Directing for a comedy series – Christopher Storer, The Bear
Supporting actress in a limited or anthology series or movie – Niecy Nash-Betts, Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story
Scripted variety series – Last Week Tonight With John Oliver
Lead actor in a comedy series – Jeremy Allen White, The Bear
Supporting actor in a comedy series – Ebon Moss-Bachrach, The Bear
Supporting actor in a drama series – Matthew Macfadyen, Succession
Supporting actress in a drama series – Jennifer Coolidge, The White Lotus
Lead actress in a comedy series – Quinta Brunson, Abbott Elementary
Supporting actress in a comedy series – Ayo Edebiri, The Bear
Aubrey ended up losing out at the star-studded bash to her White Lotus co-star Jennifer Coolidge, who nabbed the Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series gong for her role as Tanya McQuoid.
Some of the biggest moments from the 2023 Emmys included an emotional Grey’s Anatomy cast reunion and a ‘literal hell goblin’ haunting the audience.
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