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The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards show, held on Sunday, was much different than the broadcasts have been in years past, but a few things remained the same, including the inclusion of an “in memoriam” segment dedicated to the many entertainment stars lost in the past year. Their photos flashed on a screen as H.E.R. sang a haunting cover of Sinéad O’Connor’s “Nothing Compares 2 U.”

Every year, the segment leaves some people out because of the limited time, and this year was no different.

pointed out that Bryant appeared on TV frequently as an NBA star. They cited Cordero’s work on shows such as Blue Bloods.” data-reactid=”38″>Twitter users noted the omission of Grant Imahara, whose credits included hosting Mythbusters and White Rabbit Project. The absence of both Kobe Bryant, the beloved former Los Angeles Lakers player who died in a plane crash in January, and Nick Cordero, a Broadway actor who died in July of COVID-19 were noticed. Fans pointed out that Bryant appeared on TV frequently as an NBA star. They cited Cordero’s work on shows such as Blue Bloods.

No Nick Cordero in the Emmys in memoriam montage???

— Adriana Belmonte (@adrianambells) September 21, 2020

featured many more people who worked behind the TV cameras during the non-televised Creative Arts Emmys, which was held virtually over four nights last week.” data-reactid=”43″>This year’s segment included a few dozen stars, and producers had a list twice as long to choose from. They featured many more people who worked behind the TV cameras during the non-televised Creative Arts Emmys, which was held virtually over four nights last week.

“May you rest in power and perfection,” RuPaul said.