Rachel Bloom, the "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" star, made a special announcement after she won her Emmy for the best original music and lyrics – she's pregnant on Saturday the Creative Arts Emmy Awards. She joked that she had intended to post the news on Instagram, but Emmys was even better.
Bloom won the Emmy with Adam Schlesinger and Jack Dolgen for the song "Antidepressants are not a big deal" beat out other nominees like "Documentary Now" and "Saturday Night Live".
"Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" finished his run on The CW in April after four seasons. According to Bloom, she and her team have written more than 1
Bloom has been nominated for six Emmys over the course of her career, all but one of whom were destined for her work on "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend".  She discussed the series finale in an interview with Variety in March and said, "Basically, the idea is that part of her music is that she looks inward with all those perceived narratives, so I do not know how her music is noise. Really, there's still a show in there, what's your sound? I do not know how Rebecca sounds. She is not Rachel Bloom – she does not make a comedy. It's a beautiful puzzle. "