Rita Wilson despatched the web into a frenzy whereas kicking off the 2021 Emmys.
The actress joined host Cedric the Entertainer, LL Cool J, Tracee Ellis Ross and “Ted Lasso” star Brendan Hunt in a Biz Markie tribute. The stars did a twist on the late rapper’s “Just a Friend.”
“Who knew, who knew they had so much TV?” Wilson rapped, prior to sending a shoutout to “Sesame Street.”
“So many characters I love. In fact, that’s Bert and Ernie’s business, we don’t care about that,” she added whereas waving her arms like she merely didn’t care.
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One Twitter specific particular person talked about, “This is the way rap used to sound back in the day.” Another social media specific particular person talked about Wilson is “killin it.”
“Biggest revelation of the night? That @RitaWilson can RAP! Damn, gurrrl! #emmys,” talked about one totally different.
Another specific particular person wrote, “I think Rita Wilson is a better rapper than her son,” sending a thinly-veiled shot at her son, Chet Hanks.
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Added one totally different: “Chet is his mother’s son” with a crying laughing emoji.
Wilson has displayed her rapping abilities in the earlier as she famously posted a video to Instagram of herself rapping to Naughty By Nature’s “Hip Hop Hooray.”
She dropped the video in the midst of the pandemic and the flick garnered some 2 million views.
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She outlined to NPR that she has all the time had a love for the legendary hip-hop group and the lyrics, which she realized for her place in the 2020 movie, “Boy Genius.” According to Wilson, it took her about a month to get it down pat.
“I thought, well, I’m either going to get completely trashed for this and people will think it’s insane, and Naughty By Nature will be, like, trolling me on the Internet,” talked about Wilson. “I really didn’t know. But I did have a moment of, like, here goes, when I pushed send.”
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