Emmy Awards video remembrance to Robin Williams

Robin Williams sadly passed away a few weeks ago and millions have paid tribute to the actor and comedian via social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter, but the best remembrance was at the Emmy Awards 2014 with Billy Crystal at the helm.

The tribute to Robin Williams has brought a tear to a few fans that watch the YouTube video provided below. The Emmys 2014: Robin Williams Tribute (Highlight) video was uploaded onto the NBC YouTube channel, yesterday (August 25) and so far has had 185,240 views.

Billy Crystal is Robin Williams long time friend, Crystal said, “As genius as he was on stage, he was the greatest friend you could ever imagine,” we all know he is present in our lives today, which makes it hard for everyone to talk about him in past tense.

The star sadly died on August 11, but Crystal’s speech was perfect where he talked about the legacy of the star and being the brightest star in our comedy galaxy. In part of the video you will hear Robin Williams say it is strange we have a brain and a penis, but only enough blood to run one at a time.

Many fans have said on social media platforms it does not matter what went on in Williams personal life, yes he was suffering with depression but we have to remember him for his commitment to provide fans with his abilities to make us all laugh. So many Twitter users have said Robin Williams trolls are just pathetic and should stop slagging off someone who has died, its sickening – Remember the man for what he gave to us on TV and on stage, he is a legend.

Trolls have already drove Zelda Williams to quit Twitter and Instagram, so many people have tweeted about Robin Williams, mostly to say RIP and that he will be missed – But, you do get a few that are not happy at all.

Please do watch the video below and then answer this question – What did you think of the Billy Crystal’s speech about Robin Williams?


https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCccjdJEay2hpb5scz61zY6Q

Emmy Awards video remembrance to Robin Williams