Transcript for ‘Games of Thrones’ cast to present at 2019 Emmys
Have a little "Pop news." Let's do it, baby. I better deliver. We begin with TV news. We are a few days away from the 71st annual primetime Emmy awards and learning this year's presenters. Go ahead, scream. She was like -- I haven't even said one of them yet. Are you ready? Nominees Angela Bassett, Stephen Colbert, Viola Davis, Michael Douglas, Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers all set to present and the cast of "Game of thrones" will take the stage. I knew you would be thrilled to get one last glimpse of your favorite cast ever, the stars of "Empire" will be there. Taraji P. Henson. Just to name a few. Now, this may seem like a lot of stars to fit in but the presenters will be carrying the show as the emmys will go hostless this year following the oscars. Yeah, the producers say they want to save time to properly salute a number of shows that have wrapped including "Game of thrones," "Veep" and "The big bang theory." Three great show. Yes, absolutely, the 71st primetime Emmy awards airing next Sunday. Give a big scream. Also, this morning, who here watched "Downton abbey." I was a giant fan. Me. Robin and I look at each other, huh. Sam champion also a huge fan. We are excited for the movie. We're still a few weeks away from the opening of the highly anticipated movie version of the hit show. Those who attended the London premiere say fangs are in for a major treat. It got great reviews, everybody. Yay. The movie takes place 15 years after the story first started. It follows as the Crowley family prepares for a visit from the royal family and a critic writes, life is hard. "Downton abbey" is easy. Say no more. It wrapped in 2015 but Julian fellowes says he still has more in him. If it does as well as expected, everyone is on board to do more. "Downton abbey" hitting theaters next Friday, September 20th. Robin is going online right now. I'll go with you. Finally always happy to deliver on an update for you here in "Pop news." Last week we introduced you to waffles and Hemingway and an unlikely duo who needed a home but could only be adopted together because they are so bonded. Well, this morning, we are so happy to report they won't ever have to be separated. More than 150 people applied to adopt the miniature horse and goose duo after we did the story and as promised the bucks county spca in Pennsylvania let us know they have vetted all of them and found waffles and Hemingway the perfect home. The owner did not wish to be identified but we wish them all a long and happy life together and, no, I did not adopt them. It wasn't you. It wasn't me. Are you sure? Our director said, tell the truth. You know what, I love that the owner did not want to be identified. That lets you know they're doing it for the right reason. Absolutely. They said this is the perfect fit. They vetted them very carefully. Good, good, good. Happy ending I'm happy to bring to you and that is "Pop news."
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