Black and slaying: everyone Black that won at the 2021 Emmys

Black folk stay winning and we love to see it. The Creative Arts Emmys and Formal 73rd annual awards ceremony took place last night on the 19th of September.

Bringing out the stars in full glare, the award ceremony was as glamorous as expected. This year saw some ground-breaking performances. Courtney B. Vance in HBO’s sci-fi/horror Lovecraft Country and Ghanaian-British actress Michaela Cole were among some of the winners.

Michaela Coel‘s limited series I May Destroy You was an absolute favourite. I May Destroy You got plenty of nominations, bringing in 18 for Outstanding Limited Series, Actress in a Limited Series, and more.

While performance awards was the theme we cannot deny that fashion took centre stage.

Here is a list of 10 black people that slayed at the 2021 Emmys.

Michaela Cole (I May Destroy You)

Rupaul (Rupaul’s Drag Race) – Outstanding Host For a Reality/Competition Program

Maya Rudolph (Saturday Night Live) – Outstanding Guest Actress in a Series

Regé-Jean Page (Brigerton)

Michaela Jaé Rodriguez (Pose)

Kerry Washington

Robin Theade (A Black Lady Sketch Show)

Angela Basset

Issa Rae

Courtney. B. Vance (Lovecraft Country) – Outstanding Guest Actor in A Drama Series.





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