Every Reason Twitter Freaked Out During 2018 Primetime Emmys
Every 2018 Emmys Red Carpet Look You NEED to See

Every moment that is delighting -- or infuriating -- Emmy viewers at home.

The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards took over Twitter Monday night as the star-studded audience wandered down the red carpet leading into the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

Adorable moments unfolded on the red carpet (see Sandra Oh below) and on stage (hooray for Henry Winkler!) after "SNL" stars Michael Che and Colin Jost kicked off with a string of hit-and-miss jokes.

Just like our winner's list, we'll be updating this live throughout the night.

Sandra Oh Loses...Again

If you're looking for a happy story about Sandra Oh, keep scrolling. (Her mom is adorable, her outfit was stunning and she made history by getting nominated! Woo hoo!) Unfortunately for Oh and her fans, she lost out in the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series category to "The Crown" star Claire Foy, who even gave a shoutout to the woman that would have been the first actress of Asian descent to win in the category. It was the sixth Emmy loss for the actress, who was previously nominated in the Supporting Actress category for her work on "Grey's Anatomy."

Thandie Newton Comes Out as Effin Atheist on TV

The "Westworld" star stunned viewers with her age-defying beauty on the red carpet, then blew them away with her confidence while accepting the Emmy for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television.

"I don’t even believe in God but I’m going to thank her tonight," she began, and then appeared to drop an F-bomb on NBC while starting to express her gratitude for being "so blessed."

Teddy Perkins From 'Atlanta' Makes a Quiet Cameo

This moment flew under the radar, but we imagine it will be trending on Twitter once more people catch on to Donald Glover hanging out in the audience as a white character from his hit FX comedy series "Atlanta." Glover played the character, Teddy Perkins, in an episode that garnered five of the series' 16 Emmy noms. Viewers spotted Perkins give a congratulator hug to Bill Hader when he won for his performance in "Barry," and then later in the evening was back in his seat with no makeup on.

Regina King Is First Person of Color of the Night to Win an Emmy

The actress picked up her third Emmy, this time for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for Netflix's "Seven Seconds," and Twitter was here for it, especially since she was the first person of color to win a trophy Monday night.

"Really? Say word," the actress said to kick off her improvised speech. "Wow, I didn’t have nothing to say because I wasn’t really expecting this, but I am so grateful television academy. Y’all are my friends, my peers, thank you, thank you, thank you."

"This is amazing," she continued. "I wanna curse right now. This is good."

That Marriage Proposal

Someone finally took advantage of being the center of the world's attention at one of these big Hollywood award shows and proposed to the love of their life. While accepting the Emmy for director of a variety special, this past year's Oscars director, Glenn Weiss, asked girlfriend Jan Svendsen to marry him.

"You wonder why I don't like to call you my girlfriend? Because I want to call you my wife," Weiss said.

She said yes after he slipped his mother's ring on her finger on stage. It was beautiful, and Twitter generally agreed. Even Netflix's Twitter account shed a tear, which blew our minds, because we didn't think streaming services had feelings. But now we're woke.

Despite the undeniable sweetness of the moment, a lot of viewers couldn't help but wonder what kind of TV history would have been made if she said, "Nah, I'm good."

Betty White, Because Betty White

This TV icon can do no wrong and the 96-year-old actress got a standing ovation when she was introduced, because of course she did, she's Betty White. The star of television classics "The Golden Girls" and "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" has racked up a stunning 21 Emmy noms and five wins over the course of her seven-decade career.

"Little did I dream then that I would be here, and it's incredible that I'm still in this business, and you are still putting up with me," she said. And Twitter went nuts celebrating her awesomeness.

Angela Bassett Is How Old!?

"American Horror Story" star Angela Bassett didn't need to do much to catch everyone's attention. In fact, she just needed to put on a dress and be herself, because that alone had people marveling over how she looked so damn good at -- ready for it -- 60 years old. She presented an award alongside 38-year-old comedian Tiffany Haddish.

Sandra Oh's Mom

The "Killing Eve" leading lady arrived with the possibility of taking home not just her first Emmy, but making history as the first woman of Asian descent to win Outstanding Actress in a Drama. (She's already the first actress of Asian descent to be nominated, so she's already made history.) Yet it was her date that made the biggest splash. Not only did viewers fall in love with the adorable woman's outfit for the evening, but they loved her earnest affection for her daughter in front of the press.

"I'm so proud of her," Mrs. Oh gushed to Variety, then kissed her daughter on the cheek.

"Oh my God, that happened on film," Sandra joked.

Henry Winkler Wins His First Emmy -- Even Though He Was the Fonz

Yeah, can you believe it? The man who became a television icon for playing greaser Arthur Herbert Fonzarelli on 255 episodes of "Happy Days" finally won an Emmy. After six swings and misses over the course of his very long career, he took home an Emmy for playing an eccentric acting coach on HBO comedy "Barry," which also scored star Bill Hader an Emmy.

Winkler, who was truly ecstatic, relished in the moment and delighted viewers by telling his kids they can go to sleep now since daddy won. His youngest "kid" is 35.