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Emmy Awards

Rachel Bloom Introduces Emmys Accountants with Song and Dance: It’s ‘The Best Part of the Show!’

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If there’s anyone who can shake up a show, it’s Rachel Bloom.

The Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star took to the stage at the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday with a glitzy song and dance to ring in what she called “the best part of the show.”

Bloom, 30, donned a sparkling, black pantsuit as she did a special number with a crew of backup dancers.

The comedic performance culminated with Bloom introducing a group of accountants from Ernst & Young.

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Earlier in the evening, the accountants were all smiles as they hit the red carpet with the secured winner envelopes in tow.

One even showed off a unique accessory — a pair of handcuffs that connected her wrist to the silver briefcase containing the top-secret ballots.

The accountants appeared for just a few moments, but the Twittersphere remained focused on Bloom, 30.

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“I feel like the #Emmys should not be allowed to benefit from Rachel Bloom’s brilliance if they’re not going to nominate her for something,” one person tweeted.

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Another added: “It’s Rachel Bloom’s world and we’re all just living in it. #Emmys.”

The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards, hosted by Stephen Colbert, are airing live on CBS from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.