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Inspiring speeches on diversity, equal pay rule Emmys Awards 2019

Here is a look at some of the most important moments from the 71st Primetime Emmys including those that championed social causes.

Give Michelle Williams’ Emmy speech on pay equality an Emmy

Michelle Williams accepted the Emmy for best actress in a limited series or TV movie for her role as Broadway dancer and actress Gwen Verdon in FX’s “Fosse/Verdon.”

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Emmy Awards 2019: Michelle Williams urges respect for women

Michelle Williams said her Emmy win was an acknowledgement “of what is possible when a woman is trusted to discern her own needs, feel safe enough to voice them and feel respected enough to be heard.”

Hope I get equal screen time: Michelle Williams on her return in Venom 2

Michelle Williams said she is looking forward to working with Andy Serkis, who takes over from Ruben Fleischer as the director of Venom 2. She is also hoping to play She-Venom again.

Fosse/Verdon first impression: Michelle Williams delivers a solid performance

While Sam Rockwell impresses as ace choreographer Bob Fosse, it is the incredible Michelle Williams who shines as the strong, sassy and desperately-in-love Gwen Verdon.

Michelle Williams ties the knot with Phil Elverum

Michelle Williams married American indie musician Phil Elverum at a private ceremony earlier this month. Williams says she never gave up on love after the death of her partner Heath Ledger.

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Michelle Williams would love to come back as a ghost in Dawson's Creek reunion

Michelle Williams said she is game to return to the teen drama Dawson's Creek if a reunion is proposed. The 37-year-old actor played Jen Lindley, who dies in the season finale of the show. The show launched the careers of many of today's stars.

Mark Wahlberg on getting paid more than Michelle Williams: It was very awkward

It was reported that Mark Wahlberg was paid 1.5 million dollars while Williams made less than 1,000 dollars for the reshoots with veteran actor Christopher Plummer, who had replaced Kevin Spacey in the film.

Michelle Williams: All the Money in the World is a feminist piece

All the Money in the World star Michelle Williams says that the film is a suspenseful drama but it's also a feminist piece. The flick is set to hit the Indian theatres on Friday.

Michelle Williams on sexual misconduct allegations: Something big is happening

Michelle previously revealed she thought Hollywood was "sending a message to predators" by recasting Spacey in All the Money in the World after sexual misconduct allegations were made against him.

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