Twitter is mesmerized by Gwyneth Paltrow's slow walk at the Emmys
Between Natasha Lyonne's bizarre clapping, the audience laughing at the Kardashians and Christina Applegate's red carpet interviews, the 2019 Emmy Awards produced a slew of viral moments -- but there's one clip in particular that seemed to be everywhere the morning after the show.
When Gwyneth Paltrow took the stage late in the ceremony to present the award for Lead Actress in a Drama Series, the Goop founder walked gingerly to the mic as Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" played in the background.
Wearing a vintage Valentino gown from 1963 that clearly constricted her movement, Paltrow held the award envelope in one hand and slightly picked up her dress in the other, taking tiny strides on her way to announce the winner (Jodie Comer won for her performance in "Killing Eve").
Naturally, Twitter had a field day with the clip, coming up with genius captions to go along with it:
"Congratulations to all the performances that won Emmy’s tonight but the best performance of the night is Gwyneth Paltrow’s walk to the stage," one person tweeted.
"Sorry, sorry, sorry. I need to be HONEST," another wrote. "This is the exact way I move when I am heading to the bathroom but I don’t want anyone to know it’s an EMERGENCY."
There were a slew of other funny reactions to Paltrow's Emmys walk, as well:
Before mesmerizing the internet with her slow walk, Gwyneth Paltrow made her red carpet debut with her husband, Brad Falchuk.