Emmys 2019: Christina Applegate delivers not 1 but 2 viral red carpet interviews with Giuliana Rancic and Jenny McCarthy: Watch!

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Christina Applegate was on a roll when making the rounds on the red carpet at the 2019 Emmy Awards.

The actress, who was nominated on Sunday night for her co-starring role on Netflix's popular hit, "Dead To Me," had two viral red carpet moments that set Twitter aflame on television's biggest night.

The first came when the comedian was chatting with E! News' Giuliana Rancic. The longtime E! host asked if Applegate's daughter, Sadie Grace, would be watching the Emmys, where her mother was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series on Sunday night.

"Hi Sadie Grace, are you watching right now?" Applegate said to the camera. "I don't know if she's watching E!..."

Applegate seemingly joked, implying that her daughter could have a preference of another network.

"We'll hope," Rancic replied. "We'll hope."

Twitter picked up on the funny moment and praised Applegate for her quip.

"Christina Applegate didn't have to murder Giuliana Rancic like this," one person wrote of the clip, while another said that "she did what she had to do."

Applegate then talked to Jenny McCarthy, who was hosting Fox's pre-show coverage of the Emmys in promotion of the second season of "The Masked Singer." Their uncomfortable moment when McCarthy incorrectly said that Applegate's nomination this year was her first for a show that she stars on.

"I know you were nominated for 'Friends,' for being a guest star role, [and] tonight you're nominated for your own show," she exclaimed. "What does that feel like? First time, right?"

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"Well, no, no... 'Samantha Newly?' a couple times, but that's okay." Applegate responded. "We don't have to talk about that."

Applegate actually won the Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series Emmy in 2003 for her turn as Amy on "Friends," was nominated for that same award the next year in 2004 and was subsequently nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress In A Comedy Series for "Samantha Newly" in 2008 and 2009.

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