Uzo Aduba accepted her Emmy with loads of tears and thank-you’s

This is Aduba’s second consecutive Emmy.

Boston native Uzo Aduba won the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her role as ‘Crazy Eyes’ in Netflix’s 'Orange Is the New Black.'
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Orange Is the New Black’s Uzo Aduba took home a unique Emmy win on Sunday. The Medfield native won her second consecutive Emmy for her role as Litchfield inmate Suzanne Warren, but in a completely different category than the first. Last year she won in the Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy category, and this year for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama.

With that, Aduba’s acceptance speech Sunday night was abundant in both tears and thank-yous.

“I really just want to say thank you a thousand times. If I could say thank you a thousand times it would not be enough to cover the amount of thanks that I feel for you, Jenji Kohan. I love you so much, I appreciate you for putting belief back in my heart,’’ she said, while unleashing all the tears that somehow left her makeup unscathed.

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