Frances McDormand Begrudgingly Wins 'Lead Actress' at the Emmys, Twitter Erupts with Sarcasm
And the commentary is hilarious.
Olive Kitteridge star Frances McDormand just won the immense honor of Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie at the Emmys, but that's not what's on everyone's mind. What is a hot topic is how...hotly...she seemed to accept the award.
Case in point:
The win was no small feat. McDormand beat out mega-stars from the most popular programs out there, including American Horror Story's Jessica Lange, The Honorable Woman's Maggie Gyllenhaal, American Crime's Felicity Huffman, Bessie's Queen Latifah, and Sweeney Todd's Emma Thompson.
The star now nearly possesses the "EGOT:" the Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony combo that seems the pinnacle of Hollywood talent and legend.
But as opposed to the incredible happiness one would assume to observe, viewers are catching on to the fact that McDormand ain't got no time for that.
While accepting the gold, the 58-year-old actress simply stated,
And while many were quite amused, not everyone was impressed.
Behold, the outrage:
Indeed, not all response to McDormand has been so positive, but there was one shining insight that may just take the cake:
So, next time you're in a frustrating jam, just think: WWFMD?