Jameela Jamil had ''no problem'' ditching her bra and high-heeled shoes in favour of comfy loungewear for the Emmy Awards.
Jameela Jamil embraced wearing ''no bra [and] no heels'' to the Emmy Awards.
The 'Good Place' star donned a pair of pyjamas and a sequined robe to connect to Sunday's (20.09.20) ceremony from the comfort of her own home and she admitted she enjoyed not having to dress up and walk a red carpet at the event.
She shared a photo of herself in her glamorous loungewear on Instagram and wrote: ''No bra? No heels? NO PROBLEM.
''Wearing PJ's to the 72nd Emmy awards (from my house) is my kind of vibes. Excited to see if we win any of the 7 awards we have been nominated for!!!!(sic)''
However, Jameela felt she owed it to her character, Tahani Al-Jamil to make some effort with her appearance on television's biggest night.
She added: ''I still did my make up and wore a sequin dressing gown, because... It's what Tahani would have wanted. And this is her day, not mine.''
The 34-year-old star also admitted she'd never felt more comfortable at an awards ceremony.
She told E!'s 'Live From the Red Carpet: ''This is the most comfortable I have ever been at the Emmys!''
Jameela also joked she's never had a perfectly toned physique because she ''can't be bothered'' to make the effort.
Explaining she enjoys the ''instant reward'' of doing dishes, she added: ''This is why I've never had abs. Because I can't be bothered to do anything that's going to take a long time.''
The 'I Weigh' activist admitted she'd been leading a very ordinary life while quarantining at home over the last few months.
She said: ''It involved mostly potty-training my puppy and then getting up an answering 400 emails, keeping my business running, doing several podcasts a day and then staring into my fridge in despair looking for answers.''
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