Open Post: Hosted By Natasha Lyonne Pulling A Nicole Kidman At The Emmys

September 23, 2019 / Posted by:

Natasha Lyonne has overcome some dark times: arrests, drug addiction, and an eviction by Kenya Moore-hating Michael Rapaport. It seems as though she’s gotten her life and career back on track. There is only one thing Natasha hasn’t gotten yet: the ability to clap like a normal human being! Natasha must have went to Nicole Kidman‘s School of Clapping for Weirdos and graduated with honors. It didn’t help that she was dressed like a grandmother from the 1970s who needed extra big reading glasses to help her try to see which way her hands were going. A hot look, in other words.

According to Us Weekly:

At one point in the beginning of the show, the cameras cut to Lyonne, 40, who pressed her hands together in a wide, circular motion. She made the exaggerated movement while dressed in a gold Gucci dress and oversize glasses, with her red hair pulled back in a chic bun.

Naturally, the moment quickly went viral and spread on social media in GIF form.

Here’s the moment:

Natasha’s only response to this on Twitter was, “New phone wha happen.

If Natasha talks about her overexcited seal clap again, I’m wondering what reason she’ll give for it. Nicole Kidman blamed the size of her ring. But Natasha has been with Fred Armisen for many years, so maybe he’s convinced her that there’s a non-conformist, vegan-way to clap and we’ve all been doing it wrong.

Natasha has been through it, so if some weird clapping is the worst thing to happen her to in 2019, fine. It’s much better than her drug-fueled “I’m going to molest your dogdays, and I’m sure dogs everywhere are just happy that she’s keeping her hands to herself, even though she’s doing it in a strange, strange way.

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