Still, it was Hailey Baldwin's arms that the 21-year-old ran to as he was
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It's been 15 months since the Saturday Night Live alum's horrific car accident which resulted in the death of his longtime friend James McNair, AKA Uncle Jimmy Mack. So sad!
James was the only fatality after a Walmart truck crashed into the comedian's limo in New Jersey — and it appears the deceased's family has blasted the 30 Rock actor for not mentioning his late mentor in Sunday's speech.
In a recent interview, Uncle Jimmy Mack's sister Pamela stated:
The passings of big stars like Joan Rivers and Leonard Nimoy made 2015 a tough year for loss.
Among the stars that were omitted from the segment — Yvonne Craig, who played Batgirl in the 1960s Batman TV show died in August at the age of 78 and pro-wrestling icon "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, who died in July at 61.
Suzanne Crough, who played Tracy Partridge on The Partridge Family passed in April. Sawyer Sweeten, who played Geoffrey Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond, tragically took his own life in April.
Other stars left out of the obituary segment were Saturday Night Live alum George Coe, Seinfeld star Daniel von Bargen, acting legend Christopher Lee, and American Horror Story: Freak Show actor Ben Woolf — who died in February after being hit by a car.
Even though these actors weren't included in the segment, they still all left their marks in television history!
What did YOU think of the 2015 Emmys In Memoriam segment?
The 30 Rock star made a surprise appearance at the 2015 Emmys to present the award for Outstanding Drama Series!
Tracy was somber and grateful as he explained how thankful he was to have survived his accident and eight-day coma…
Well, at first anyway. Then he got right back to being his HIGHlarious self!
The comedienne and the rest of her Inside Amy Schumer team took home the award for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series!
The Trainwreck star delivered a touching speech — thanking her team, her sister, and the makeup artist who did her smokey eyeshadow look! LOLz!
The Comedy Central show beat out other nominees Drunk History, Key & Peele, Portlandia, and Saturday Night Live!
Congrats, gurl! Watch Amy's speech (above)!
See the ongoing winners list HERE!!
We still can't believe that someone would lie about this!
The League star Steve Rannazzisi was busted recently over a tall tale he's been telling for years that he escaped from the second tower of the World Trade Center during the September 11 attacks.
We were pretty disgusted when we heard it was all just a lie.
After hearing about the dishonesty, he tweeted sarcastically at Steve:
On Tuesday, the starlet appeared on Jimmy Fallon's The Tonight Show and put her musical chops on display for a quick game of "Wheel of Musical Impressions."
Someone get this girl a hosting gig on Saturday Night Live! We can't be the only ones thinking this.
The late night host seemed as floored as we were with the pint-sized star's abilities since he gushed on camera: