Hannah Waddingham rocks sneakers on Emmy’s 2022 red carpet

Ted Lasso would definitely approve of this look.

Hannah Waddingham was ready to run a football field — or take home another award — when she unveiled a pair of sparkly Dolce and Gabbana sneakers underneath a pink tulle dress from the Italian fashion brand on the Emmy’s 2022 red carpet.

Join E! red carpet presenter Loni Love — who also wore a crystal-embellished pair of slip-on sneakers on the red carpet — Waddingham showed off her ballerina-style strapless tulle dress with corset-style bust embellishments and revealed her shoe choice.

“You know what’s best about this kind of thing?” she asked, interrupting a song to add, “nobody knows I don’t have heels under it.”

The TV star, who plays AFC Richmond owner Rebecca Welton in “Ted Lasso,” has been nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series for the second year in a row.

Hannah Waddington and Loni Love
“Ted Lasso” star Hannah Waddingham ditched heels for a pair of comfy and embellished Dolce high-tops, matching red carpet host Loni Love.

The West End theater star then lifted her skirt to show Love her comfy shoes as they put their feet together in solidarity. “I feel like we have the inside scoop,” Waddingham said.

The Emmy winner said she told the brand, “Please, I don’t want to wear heels, can you do something for me? And of course they don’t do anything halfway.”

In addition to her crystal kicks, the actress wore accessories with sparkly earrings and wore her blonde hair pulled back in elegant bangs.

Hannah Waddingham
Waddingham has been nominated for an Emmy for the second year in a row after winning over Ted Lasso in 2021.
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After taking home the Emmy last year, Waddingham said she was “so relaxed and genuinely happy to be here,” adding, “it takes the heat off you a little bit.”

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As for “Ted Lasso”, which may be coming to an end, she remained coy when Love asked if Season 3 would be the last.

“Next question,” she said. “I don’t know. I don’t really know. I think… I think it could be, in terms of the end of a story. But who knows.”

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