RuPaul has the most Emmys of all black artists after winning a series of outstanding competitions




A true queen of the Emmys!

With his show RuPaul’s Drag Race Earning the exceptional honor of the competition program at Sunday’s 2021 Emmy Awards, RuPaul now holds the record for most Emmys among all black artists with 11 statues in total.

“Thank you to all of our adorable kids on our show around the world,” RuPaul, 60, said of accepting the award. “They are so gracious to share their stories of courage and how to navigate this difficult life, even more difficult today. This is for you.”

“And for you watching children, you have a tribe waiting for you,” he added. “We are waiting for you, baby! Come to mom Ru! Thank you very much! Thank you!”

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At last week’s Creative Arts Emmys, RuPaul ranked cinematographer Donald A. Morgan as the most awarded black artist when he won the Outstanding Host Award for a Reality or Competition Program. He won the category for six consecutive years.

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RuPaul’s Drag Race to choke Fantastic race, I have arrived!, Excellent chef and The voice in the Outstanding Competition Program category. The competition, on which RuPaul is also an executive producer, consists of a group of queens competing in fashion and performance challenges in hopes of winning the crown as the next pickup superstar.




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RuPaul’s Drag Race launched in 2009 and has since inspired spin-offs like RuPaul’s Drag U, RuPaul All Stars Drag Race, RuPaul’s Drag Race: Untucked and RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race. The franchise has also expanded to Australia, New Zealand and the UK Celebrities like Leslie Jones, Lizzo, Leah Remini, Lady Gaga and Michelle Williams of Destiny’s Child all served as guest judges on the show. .

The 73rd Emmy Awards, hosted by Cedric the Entertainer, air live from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET on CBS.


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