Kenan Thompson’s dance strikes as host of the Emmys had been “All That.”

Opening the 2022 Primetime Emmys along with his fancy footwork, Thompson, 44, boogied to a medley of iconic tv theme songs, together with “Friends” ditty “I’ll be there for you” by the Rembrandts, the legendary “Brady Bunch” jingle and the unmistakable beat of “Law & Order.” 

“Y’all ever see ‘Living Single?,’ I feel you’d prefer it,” joked the “Saturday Night Live” star as he danced with umbrellas, background dancers and a prop sofa, to the “Friends” theme.

(His “Living Single” reference was a light-hearted jab at the longstanding joke that “Friends” was NBC’s extra mainstream model of the all-black solid ’90s sitcom). 

Thompson shimmied to the "Friends" theme music as the opener form the 74th Primetime Emmys.
Thompson shimmied to the “Friends” theme music because the opener kind the 74th Primetime Emmys.
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Kenan Thompson dances the night away during Emmys show opener.
Kenan Thompson dances the evening away throughout Emmys present opener.
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Thompson — who dubbed himself the “mayor of television” in his opening monologue whereas sporting a high hat and coattails — then edited himself into the “ The Brady Bunch” theme visuals, putting himself within the middle of the solid’s nine-squared grid. He joked that late present star Robert Reed, who performed dad Mike Brady, was his “organic father.”

Kenan Thompson uses umbrellas and couch as prop to recreate "Friends" theme opener.
Kenan Thompson makes use of umbrellas and a sofa as props to recreate the “Friends” theme opener.
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The “Kenan & Kel” star then went on the lower a rug to the booming sound of “Law & Order” tunes whereas dressed as “Law & Order: SUV” star Ice-T.

Thompson closed his Emmys dance recital costumed as actress Emilia Clarke’s “Game of Thrones” character Daenerys in a protracted blonde wig. 

Flanked by a band of dancers dressed because the “unsullied” troopers, Thompson yelled out: “That’s the sport of thrones b–ches.” 

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