Ali Wong exuced radiance at the Primetime Emmy Awards, donning a sparkling outfit as she clinched her inaugural Emmy for an outstanding performance in Beef.
The 41-year-old actress, won the accolade for outstanding lead actress in a limited or anthology series or movies, starred in the Beef as business owner, Amy Lau, who gets into a road rage incident with a stranger played by Steven Yun.
The former wife of Justin Hakuta was rocking a floor-length Louis Vuitton ensemble which was styled by Tara Swennen.
She dazzled at the award ceremony in a bright blue floral skirt, adorned with white, red, pink, and green mini flowers and coupled it with a glittering silver sequenced bodice with a mermaid tail neckline.
The American Housewife alum pulled off the Yves Klein blue ensemble effortlessly and accessorized it with lined chandelier bejewelled floral earrings.
She completed her look with epic bold eye makeup – indigo-blue smokey eyes – courtesy of Daniel Martin and her signature oversized translucent cat-eye eyeglasses.
The comedian, widely known for her Netflix stand-up specials Baby Cobra, Hard Knock Wife, and Don Wong, gets her hand on her first-ever Emmy by outshining fellow nominees that included, Lizzy Caplan from Fleishman is in Trouble, Jessica Chastain from George and Tammy, Dominique Fishback from Swarm, Tiny Beautiful Things actress Kathryn Hahn and Daisy Jones and the Six’s Riley Keough.
During her acceptance speech, she mentioned her parents, "I wouldn’t be standing here without my parents, my amazing parents, my mother and my father who I so wish was alive to share this moment with me."
Wong recalled a valuable lesson from her father, "My hilarious father who loved me unconditionally and taught me the value of failure," and went on to dedicate the award to her two daughters, Mari and Nikki.