Watch Nigerian-American actress Uzo Aduba's emotional Emmys speech after winning the Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series' award.
It was an emotional night on Sunday, September 20, 2015, as 'Orange is the New Black' actress, Uzo Aduba won an Emmy for 'Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.'
Making it her second consecutive win for her role as Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren on show, the Nigerian-American actress accepted her win with one of the best and emotional speeches of the night.
"I really just want to say thank you a thousand times. If I could say thank you a thousand times, it would not be enough to cover the amount of thanks I feel for you, Jenji Kohan. I love you so much," Aduba said.
"I thank you for putting belief back in my heart. Thanks for making the show, creating the platform. Thank you to our family at Netflix and Lionsgate. You are incredible. I love you so much for your kindness," she added.
In 2014, Aduba won an 'Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama' Emmy award for her role in 'Orange is the new Black.'
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Watch her deliver her emotional acceptance speech;