Gillian Anderson has left Emmy viewers confused after accepting her award using an American accent.
“It’s very very weird hearing Gillian Anderson with an American accent, I was very thrown,” tweeted one fan.
Anderson took home the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series for her performance as Margaret Thatcher in The Crown, and her speech surprised many viewers.
Despite speaking in a British accent in the majority of her TV appearances in recent years, and playing a run of British characters of late, Anderson spoke in an American accent during her speech.
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