Jameela Jamil goes braless as she watches Schitt’s Creek sweep the Emmys
Jameela Jamil left social media fans hailing her look for Sunday's 72nd annual Emmy Awards.
The former BBC Radio presenter's NBC comedy The Good Place nominated for seven awards up against the big winner, Schitt's Creek, which took home six gongs.
Jameela, 34, documented her evening on Instagram as she geared up for the event which celebrates the best of the television world.
The London-born presenter appeared to be over the moon about the ceremony being held virtually.
Host Jimmy Kimmel presented the event from an empty Staples Centre in Los Angeles, while nominees awaited the results at home due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Taking to Instagram, Jameela looked sensational as she made sure she was comfy for the night ahead.
Rocking a JJwinks' Slumber Party Top and Happy Hour Pants pyjamas, she revealed she was swapping her usual red carpet glam for her comfies.
Alongside her snap, she wrote: "No bra? No heels? NO PROBLEM.
"Wearing PJ's to the 72nd Emmy awards (from my house) is my kind of vibes. Excited to see if we win any of the 7 awards we have been nominated for!!!!"
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She added: "I still did my make up and wore a sequin dressing gown, because… It's what Tahani would have wanted. And this is her day, not mine," Thanai being her The Good Place character.
Her post which racked up over 80,000 likes in just a few hours was filled with support from A-List pals and fans.
"Jammy with the good hair," penned model Munroe Bergdorf.
While another Instagram user added: "Best dressed alert."
A third went on to say: "You're everything goals, and so is Tahani."
"You are stunning and such an inspiration! I adore how real and raw you are," gushed a fourth.
Fellow Brits nominated for a gong included The Crown's Helena Bonham Carter for Supporting Actress in a Drama.
While Liverpool-born Jodie Comer was nominated for her role in Killing Eve.
BBC's Paul Mescal also shared his heartbreak after he snapped up a nomination for his portrayal of Connell in Normal People, while the show and co-star Daisy Edgar-Jones missed out.
He told Just Jared: "It's disappointing because I would love to have shared that with her."
The star, who rocked a full Louis Vuitton suit as he smouldered for the camera, revealed that he was unable to tell his family after being nominated.
"I was trying to voice call everybody on a WhatsApp group, but nobody was picking up.
"I think they were all kind of scared. When I got everybody on the call, it was pretty amazing. My brother who never cries was crying," he added.
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