Hugh Jackman’s Emmys Hazmat Suit Man Reveals Behind-the-Scenes Details – E! Online

Hugh Jackman's Emmys Hazmat Suit Man Reveals Behind-the-Scenes Details - E! Online

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An Emmys night to bear in mind.

That’s definitely how award program manufacturer Phil Rosenberg felt after covering the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards. For an unique chat with E! News, the up-and-coming market expert opened about what it required to manage the virtual 2020 Emmys on Sunday, Sept. 20.

Rosenberg, who was credited as a Producer throughout Sunday night’s Emmys, used lots of hats while working for Done+Dusted (as E! readers might understand, Done+Dusted was the production business that pulled all of this off, together with Reginald Hudlin and host Jimmy Kimmel, in a worldwide pandemic).

As he detailed to us, Rosenberg aided with producing the funny elections plan and other elements of the program.

“I’ve worked with this team a bunch before,” Rosenberg specifically shown E!. “When they asked me to work the Emmys, it was, obviously, a dream come true.”

His other task at the Emmys? One of those hazmat match individuals waiting outside or inside celebs’ houses.

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