Emmys 2014: Sarah Silverman pulls out 'liquid pot' live on red carpet 'I like to have a puff as a treat, at appropriate times'
Most actresses shrugged their shoulders and whipped out a lipstick. Comedienne Sarah Silverman, on the other hand, pulled out a "Vape Pen"
Guiliana Rancic encouraged guests to reveal the contents of their purses live on E! as they made their way into the ceremony.
Most actresses shrugged their shoulders and whipped out a lipstick. Comedienne Sarah Silverman, on the other hand, pulled out a "Vape Pen" full, she claimed, of "liquid pot".
"It's legal... I like to have a puff as a treat, at appropriate times," she told the presenter before laughing confusedly.
Not that it had any effect on her performance on the night. She won an Emmy for Outstanding Variety Special for her part in HBO special We Are Miracles.
During her acceptance speech, she gave a shout-out to her "love", "Mr. Fancy Pants Michael Sheen".
"And we're just all made of molecules and we're hurtling through space right now," she ended with.
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