Leah Remini wins Emmy Award for Scientologyserie
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Scientology And The Aftermath has Saturday a Creative Arts Emmy Award. In the docuserie investigates actress Leah Remini the controversial church where they once formed a part. The program won the award for best information series.
The Creative Arts emmys are presented annually in the week prior to the ceremony for the Emmy Awards. This can be especially awarded prizes for the work behind the scenes, but there are also awards for small categories as documentaireseries and specials. In that last category won Carpool Karaoke Special this year.
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Remini thanked in her speech to her mother, who apparently had long hoped her daughter to be allowed to attend the Emmy’s. “Mom, thank you. You are officially forgiven you to give us a sect have to be delivered,” joked the actress. She wore her Emmy on to the other old-Scientologyleden that contribute to her show. “This is for our brave employees, who, in spite of constant risk and revenge their story told.”