We Can’t Believe This Heartbreaking News About Reese Witherspoon–We’re So Sad For Her!

News of Reese Witherspoon‘s 2020 Emmy snub is sending shockwaves through Hollywood!

In case you missed it, the nominations for the 72nd Emmy Awards were announced on Tuesday, July 28th, and the actor/producer was shockingly left out in all categories. We are so surprised!

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All three of the projects Reese has been tied to this year–“The Morning Show,” “Big Little Lies,” and “Little Fires Everywhere”–received countless nominations, except for Reese.

For example, “The Morning Show” received 8 nominations, including lead actress in a drama series for Jennifer Aniston, but Reese’s name was noticeably absent from the supporting category.

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Similarly, her HBO series “Big Little Lies” received 5 nominations (including for co-star Nicole Kidman). Hulu’s “Little Fires Everywhere” got 5 nominations as well, including Kerry Washington, who acts across from Reese in the role, for lead actress in a limited series or movie.

Poor Reese struck out with 0 out of 3!

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Omission of Reese Witherspoon’s name from the acting nominations led to a figurative gasp among the community. But wait–it’s not all bad because Reese is an executive producer on all three, which means she will receive Emmy’s should any of the shows win in general categories. PHEW!

The bubbly star seemed unfazed on Twitter. “What an incredible honor!” she posted on Tuesday. “I’m so proud of our team who works tirelessly behind the scenes to bring these stories to life! BRAVO to the cast & crews.”


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