Jennifer Coolidge bagged her first Emmy award for playing Tanya McQuoid in the HBO comedy-drama "The White Lotus." However, her acceptance speech was cut off by the orchestra. Instead of getting offended, the actress chose to dance to the tune.

Social media users praised the actress for her hilarious reaction. Coolidge won the award for best supporting actress in a limited or anthology series/movie Monday night.

The 61-year-old began her speech by applauding her fellow nominees and said, "Just to be in your company is incredible." Coolidge, who donned a beautiful body-hugging green outfit, shared an anecdote about getting into the dress.

"I just want to say I took a lavender bath tonight — right before the show — and it made me swell up inside my dress and I'm having a hard time speaking. I'm not kidding. ... This is thrilling!" she said before thanking everyone.

A minute and a half into her speech, the play-off music started while she was still reading the acceptance speech from a paper. Rather than stopping right away, the actress started dancing to the music.

One Twitter user noted it was the "funniest speech from Jennifer Coolidge."

Another user shared the dancing bit of the actress and captioned it, "Jennifer Coolidge deciding to dance when the #Emmys attempted to play her off is a truly perfect moment."

A Twitter user wrote, "I don't want to live in a world that doesn't let Jennifer Coolidge speak as long as she wants," while another one tweeted, "I can't believe they cut off Jennifer Coolidge like that."

Coolidge in an interview last month shared she'd like actress Jennifer Lawrence to portray her if a biopic was made on her life.

At the Emmys, Lawrence reacted to this by saying, "It would be an honor."

The 74th Primetime Emmy Awards was held Monday at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

On the work front, Coolidge will be next seen in the movies "Shotgun Wedding," "We Have a Ghost" and "Legally Blonde 3."

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Jennifer Coolidge plays Sophie Kachinsky in “2 Broke Girls” Season 6. CBS