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American Music Awards 2018: Complete Winners List (Updating)

The 2018 American Music Awards are set to be handed out at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Tuesday night, with Cardi B and Drake leading the night with eight nominations apiece.

Tracee Ellis Ross is returning to host the show again this year, with a line-up of performers that includes Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Mariah Carey, Dua Lipa, Jennifer Lopez, Panic! At The Disco, Post Malone and Ty Dolla $ign, Shawn Mendes with Zedd, Twenty One Pilots and Carrie Underwood.

Taylor Swift is set to open the show just days after coming out in support of Democratic candidates for Congress on Instagram. A tribute to the late Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin is also planned for the evening.

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See the full rundown of nominees below and check back throughout the night as winners are updated.

Favorite Male Artist – Soul/R&B
Khalid — WINNER

Bruno Mars
The Weeknd

Tour of the Year
Beyoncé & JAY-Z
Bruno Mars
Ed Sheeran
Taylor Swift — WINNER
U2

Favorite Male Artist – Pop/Rock
Drake
Post Malone — WINNER
Ed Sheeran

Favorite Artist – Rap/Hip-Hop
Cardi B — WINNER

Drake
Post Malone

Favorite Social Artist
BTS — WINNER

Cardi B
Ariana Grande
Demi Lovato
Shawn Mendes

Artist of the Year
Drake
Imagine Dragons
Post Malone
Ed Sheeran
Taylor Swift

New Artist of the Year
Camila Cabello
Cardi B
Khalid
Dua Lipa
XXXTENTACION

Collaboration of the Year
Camila Cabello ft. Young Thug “Havana”
Post Malone ft. 21 Savage “Rockstar”
Bruno Mars & Cardi B “Finesse”
Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line “Meant To Be”
Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey “The Middle”

Favorite Music Video
Camila Cabello ft. Young Thug “Havana”
Cardi B “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)”
Drake “God’s Plan”

Favorite Female Artist – Pop/Rock
Camila Cabello
Cardi B
Taylor Swift

Favorite Duo or Group – Pop/Rock
Imagine Dragons
Maroon 5
Migos

Favorite Album – Pop/Rock
Drake “Scorpion”
Ed Sheeran “÷ (Divide)”
Taylor Swift “reputation”

Favorite Song – Pop/Rock
Camila Cabello ft. Young Thug “Havana”
Drake “God’s Plan”
Ed Sheeran “Perfect”

Favorite Male Artist – Country
Kane Brown
Luke Bryan
Thomas Rhett

Favorite Female Artist – Country
Kelsea Ballerini
Maren Morris
Carrie Underwood

Favorite Duo or Group – Country
Dan + Shay
Florida Georgia Line
LANCO

Favorite Album – Country
Kane Brown “Kane Brown”
Luke Combs “This One’s For You”
Thomas Rhett “Life Changes”

Favorite Song – Country
Kane Brown “Heaven”
Dan + Shay “Tequila”
Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line “Meant To Be”

Favorite Album – Rap/Hip-Hop
Drake “Scorpion”
Lil Uzi Vert “Luv Is Rage 2”
Post Malone “beerbongs & bentleys”

Favorite Song – Rap/Hip-Hop
Cardi B “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)”
Drake “God’s Plan”
Post Malone ft. 21 Savage “Rockstar”

Favorite Female Artist – Soul/R&B
Ella Mai
Rihanna
SZA

Favorite Album – Soul/R&B
Khalid “American Teen”
SZA “CTRL”
XXXTENTACION “17”

Favorite Song – Soul/R&B
Khalid “Young Dumb & Broke”
Ella Mai “Boo’d Up”
Bruno Mars & Cardi B “Finesse”

Favorite Artist – Alternative Rock
Imagine Dragons
Panic! At The Disco
Portugal. The Man

Favorite Artist – Adult Contemporary
Shawn Mendes
P!NK
Ed Sheeran

Favorite Artist – Latin
J Balvin
Daddy Yankee
Ozuna

Favorite Artist – Contemporary Inspirational
Lauren Daigle
MercyMe
Zach Williams

Favorite Artist – Electronic Dance Music (EDM)
The Chainsmokers
Marshmello
Zedd

Favorite Soundtrack
“Black Panther: The Album, Music From And Inspired By”
“The Greatest Showman”
“The Fate of the Furious: The Album”

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The 2018 American Music Awards are set to be handed out at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Tuesday night, with Cardi B and Drake leading the night with eight nominations apiece.

Tracee Ellis Ross is returning to host the show again this year, with a line-up of performers that includes Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Mariah Carey, Dua Lipa, Jennifer Lopez, Panic! At The Disco, Post Malone and Ty Dolla $ign, Shawn Mendes with Zedd, Twenty One Pilots and Carrie Underwood.

Taylor Swift is set to open the show just days after coming out in support of Democratic candidates for Congress on Instagram. A tribute to the late Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin is also planned for the evening.

See the full rundown of nominees below and check back throughout the night as winners are updated.

Favorite Male Artist – Soul/R&B
Khalid — WINNER

Bruno Mars
The Weeknd

Tour of the Year
Beyoncé & JAY-Z
Bruno Mars
Ed Sheeran
Taylor Swift — WINNER
U2

Favorite Male Artist – Pop/Rock
Drake
Post Malone — WINNER
Ed Sheeran

Favorite Artist – Rap/Hip-Hop
Cardi B — WINNER

Drake
Post Malone

Favorite Social Artist
BTS — WINNER

Cardi B
Ariana Grande
Demi Lovato
Shawn Mendes

Artist of the Year
Drake
Imagine Dragons
Post Malone
Ed Sheeran
Taylor Swift

New Artist of the Year
Camila Cabello
Cardi B
Khalid
Dua Lipa
XXXTENTACION

Collaboration of the Year
Camila Cabello ft. Young Thug “Havana”
Post Malone ft. 21 Savage “Rockstar”
Bruno Mars & Cardi B “Finesse”
Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line “Meant To Be”
Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey “The Middle”

Favorite Music Video
Camila Cabello ft. Young Thug “Havana”
Cardi B “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)”
Drake “God’s Plan”

Favorite Female Artist – Pop/Rock
Camila Cabello
Cardi B
Taylor Swift

Favorite Duo or Group – Pop/Rock
Imagine Dragons
Maroon 5
Migos

Favorite Album – Pop/Rock
Drake “Scorpion”
Ed Sheeran “÷ (Divide)”
Taylor Swift “reputation”

Favorite Song – Pop/Rock
Camila Cabello ft. Young Thug “Havana”
Drake “God’s Plan”
Ed Sheeran “Perfect”

Favorite Male Artist – Country
Kane Brown
Luke Bryan
Thomas Rhett

Favorite Female Artist – Country
Kelsea Ballerini
Maren Morris
Carrie Underwood

Favorite Duo or Group – Country
Dan + Shay
Florida Georgia Line
LANCO

Favorite Album – Country
Kane Brown “Kane Brown”
Luke Combs “This One’s For You”
Thomas Rhett “Life Changes”

Favorite Song – Country
Kane Brown “Heaven”
Dan + Shay “Tequila”
Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line “Meant To Be”

Favorite Album – Rap/Hip-Hop
Drake “Scorpion”
Lil Uzi Vert “Luv Is Rage 2”
Post Malone “beerbongs & bentleys”

Favorite Song – Rap/Hip-Hop
Cardi B “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)”
Drake “God’s Plan”
Post Malone ft. 21 Savage “Rockstar”

Favorite Female Artist – Soul/R&B
Ella Mai
Rihanna
SZA

Favorite Album – Soul/R&B
Khalid “American Teen”
SZA “CTRL”
XXXTENTACION “17”

Favorite Song – Soul/R&B
Khalid “Young Dumb & Broke”
Ella Mai “Boo’d Up”
Bruno Mars & Cardi B “Finesse”

Favorite Artist – Alternative Rock
Imagine Dragons
Panic! At The Disco
Portugal. The Man

Favorite Artist – Adult Contemporary
Shawn Mendes
P!NK
Ed Sheeran

Favorite Artist – Latin
J Balvin
Daddy Yankee
Ozuna

Favorite Artist – Contemporary Inspirational
Lauren Daigle
MercyMe
Zach Williams

Favorite Artist – Electronic Dance Music (EDM)
The Chainsmokers
Marshmello
Zedd

Favorite Soundtrack
“Black Panther: The Album, Music From And Inspired By”
“The Greatest Showman”
“The Fate of the Furious: The Album”

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Amazon, Netflix Lead Streaming Revolution at Primetime Emmys

The streaming revolution took another step forward on Monday night at the Primetime Emmys, with Amazon — powered by the success of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” — and Netflix highlighting Hollywood’s increasing dependence on new media.

In total, the big three streaming services — Amazon, Hulu, and Netflix — took home nearly half of the night’s awards, grabbing 12 of the 26 trophies handed out. That tripled last year’s total of four wins for the three companies. (It’s worth mentioning there were nine more trophies handed out at this year’s broadcast.)

“Mrs. Maisel” was the star of the show — much like “The Handmaid’s Tale” was last year for Hulu — netting five Emmys for Amazon, including for Outstanding Comedy Series. Rachel Brosnahan, playing aspiring late-1950s stand-up comic Midge Maisel, won for lead actress in a comedy, while Alex Bornstein won for her supporting role as Maisel’s brash manager. “The Looming Tower,” Amazon’s take on Lawrence Wright’s book on 9/11, was nominated three times, but didn’t earn a victory.

Also Read: Emmys Get Sentimental on the Way to Saluting ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’

Not to be outdone, Netflix pulled in seven Emmys for the night. The Western drama “Godless” netted both Jeff Daniels and Merritt Wever trophies for their supporting roles, while “The Crown” contributed two awards as well.

Netflix’s big bet on stand-up comedy paid off, too, with John Mulaney’s “Kid Gorgeous at Radio City” winning for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special.

The night wasn’t as sweet for Hulu, though. One year after being the belle of the ball, Hulu was shut out and its trademark show “The Handmaid’s Tale” lost its bid for back-to-back Outstanding Drama Series victories to HBO’s “Game of Thrones.”

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The writing was on the wall heading into this weekend’s awards. Altogether, the big three streaming service earned 161 total nominations — a 31 percent jump from last year. Netflix led the way, with its 112 nominations toppling HBO’s 17-year run as the most nominated network. (HBO, for its part, still pulled in 108 noms and has transitioned about as well as any legacy media company to the streaming world.)

Once Monday wrapped up, Netflix had tied HBO, taking home 23 Emmys this year.

While the streaming services are often coy when it comes to viewership, it’s not hard to see their trajectory in comparison to traditional TV. Netflix passed 130 million subscribers last quarter, Amazon chief Jeff Bezos revealed earlier this year it has 100 million Prime customers, and Hulu boasts about 20 million paying customers.

Their shows are now the mainstream. And with more tech money entering the content battle, expecting YouTube or Apple to crash the party in the years ahead isn’t a stretch.

For a look at all of Monday’s winners, click here.

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The streaming revolution took another step forward on Monday night at the Primetime Emmys, with Amazon — powered by the success of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” — and Netflix highlighting Hollywood’s increasing dependence on new media.

In total, the big three streaming services — Amazon, Hulu, and Netflix — took home nearly half of the night’s awards, grabbing 12 of the 26 trophies handed out. That tripled last year’s total of four wins for the three companies. (It’s worth mentioning there were nine more trophies handed out at this year’s broadcast.)

“Mrs. Maisel” was the star of the show — much like “The Handmaid’s Tale” was last year for Hulu — netting five Emmys for Amazon, including for Outstanding Comedy Series. Rachel Brosnahan, playing aspiring late-1950s stand-up comic Midge Maisel, won for lead actress in a comedy, while Alex Bornstein won for her supporting role as Maisel’s brash manager. “The Looming Tower,” Amazon’s take on Lawrence Wright’s book on 9/11, was nominated three times, but didn’t earn a victory.

Not to be outdone, Netflix pulled in seven Emmys for the night. The Western drama “Godless” netted both Jeff Daniels and Merritt Wever trophies for their supporting roles, while “The Crown” contributed two awards as well.

Netflix’s big bet on stand-up comedy paid off, too, with John Mulaney’s “Kid Gorgeous at Radio City” winning for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special.

The night wasn’t as sweet for Hulu, though. One year after being the belle of the ball, Hulu was shut out and its trademark show “The Handmaid’s Tale” lost its bid for back-to-back Outstanding Drama Series victories to HBO’s “Game of Thrones.”

The writing was on the wall heading into this weekend’s awards. Altogether, the big three streaming service earned 161 total nominations — a 31 percent jump from last year. Netflix led the way, with its 112 nominations toppling HBO’s 17-year run as the most nominated network. (HBO, for its part, still pulled in 108 noms and has transitioned about as well as any legacy media company to the streaming world.)

Once Monday wrapped up, Netflix had tied HBO, taking home 23 Emmys this year.

While the streaming services are often coy when it comes to viewership, it’s not hard to see their trajectory in comparison to traditional TV. Netflix passed 130 million subscribers last quarter, Amazon chief Jeff Bezos revealed earlier this year it has 100 million Prime customers, and Hulu boasts about 20 million paying customers.

Their shows are now the mainstream. And with more tech money entering the content battle, expecting YouTube or Apple to crash the party in the years ahead isn’t a stretch.

For a look at all of Monday’s winners, click here.

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Emmy Predictions: Can A ‘Marvelous’ Newcomer Knock Off Category Regulars On Her First Try?

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Outstanding …

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Tracee Ellis Ross On The Changing Landscape Of Inclusivity, Solving Pay Disparity & Directing ‘Black-ish’

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‘Black-ish’: Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross on Whether Dre and Bow’s Marriage Is in Trouble

At an Emmy FYC event, the stars admit it may be their most challenging storyline yet. Also: Anderson on whether we’ll ever get to see the show’s controversial “lost” episode.

After four years and nearly 100 episodes, “Black-ish” executive producer Kenya Barris says he finally feels like the hit ABC comedy has hit its stride. “This year was a special year because it really for us pushed us over,” he told the audience on Saturday at an Emmy For Your Consideration event for the sitcom. “It made us feel like we’re a show, we feel like we have our fans, we feel like people know our characters and we get to tell stories that we might not have been able to tell that first year.”

The landmark fourth season of “Black-ish” kicked off with “Juneteenth,” a musical episode about celebrating the day in 1865 when the last slaves were freed in the United States. The episode, inspired by “Hamilton” and “Schoolhouse Rock,” featured contributions from the Roots, Aloe Blacc, Fonzworth Bentley and others.

“We started the season so strong, I think that Juneteenth episode is one of the strongest episodes of television I’ve been involved in, and it gave us a lot of momentum to try and do some interesting things,” Barris told IndieWire at the event.

“Black-ish” is in the middle of what may be its most daring storytelling yet: A current storyline in which Dre (Anthony Anderson) and Bow (Tracee Ellis Ross) have hit a rough patch in their marriage.

“I had trepidations,” Ross said of the storyline. “It’s scary to pull a couple that’s so beloved and that I love apart into a difficult space and a difficult time. But I also think it’s really real. Couples go through this. And one of the things I thought was beautiful about the way they did it is no one is to blame. It was just unfolded over time with this couple.

“The anchor of our show is usually that love, respect and enjoying of each other that Bow and Dre have,” Ross added. “There’s a really solid partnership that they have. For that kind of foundational anchor to be loosened felt and feels really uncomfortable. I’m grateful to the audience for hanging in here with us.”

BLACK-ISH - "Fifty-Three Percent" - Dre and Bow have been fighting more than usual, and they decide to go back to their therapist who suggests they make time for a date night. Meanwhile, after Devante's first birthday party, the bouncy house gets left behind, and Jack and Diane take advantage of it in different ways, on "black-ish," TUESDAY, APRIL 17 (9:00-9:30 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network. (ABC/Eric McCandless)TRACEE ELLIS ROSS (DIRECTOR), MILES BROWN, MARSAI MARTIN, MARCUS SCRIBNER

Traccee Ellis Ross directs “Fifty-Three Percent”

ABC

Ross directed the show’s previous episode, “Fifty-Three Percent,” and said it was challenging to both helm and star in that show’s scenes because of the storyline. “The place that I live with Dre is that they love and enjoy each other. For them to not enjoy each other was uncomfortable. And it was a hard one to watch,” she said.

Anderson noted that the episode title referred to the fact that 53 percent of all marriages end in divorce. “Divorce is uncomfortable and making this episode was uncomfortable for us and it should be uncomfortable for an audience to be the fly on the wall and watch this happen,” he said. “I think it’s something that should be spoke about.

“You look at this perfect family, or we think it’s perfect, living in this utopian environment for the past four years and not having any major issues, now we’re exploring what happens when there is a problem, and a problem that can’t be solved in a 30-minute episode,” he said. “Something that’s much larger than that. I think it’s pretty brave for a show like us to deal with it.”

What happens next? The show’s stars were mostly mum, although Marsai Martin, who plays youngest daughter Diane, hinted that there’s more drama to come as Bow and Dre potentially separate.

“It turned into a drama real quick!” she said. “But a lot of kids they can relate to this. Divorce is a pretty tough title, or separating. With Diane being her tough self you wouldn’t think she’d be scared, but being a kid she’s sensitive to that topic. This is a pretty tough episode. I can’t tell you anything, but stay tuned.”

“Black-ish,” of course, has rarely shied away from edgy topics, such as police brutality or guns. But the show did make headlines recently when an already-produced episode was pulled before air — reportedly because of creative differences. Barris declined comment, but at the time Variety wrote that the episode tackled multiple political and social issues of concern to Dre, including athletes kneeling at football games.

“Hopefully one day we will see it,” Anderson told IndieWire. “I don’t think it’s as controversial as people think it is. But, hopefully one day it will be aired. The lost episode of ‘Black-ish’ will see the light of day. I’d be interested to see and hear the comments once it does air. But everything we do is pretty good and I think that was one of our better ones, so hopefully it does see the light.”

The situation has led to some speculation that Barris might be looking to leave his ABC Studios deal early in order to set up camp at Netflix or another home. But at the “Black-ish” FYC event, held on the Disney lot, the producer specifically saluted his studio and network: “Just when I think back at this year and the things we were able to do — ABC Studios, thank you, and ABC as a network, thank you.”

The FYC event featured a table read of this season’s fifth episode, “First and Last,” written by Laura Gutin Peterson. Anderson, Ross, Martin, Laurence Fishburne, Yara Shahidi, Marcus Scribner, Miles Brown, Marsai Martin, Jenifer Lewis, Peter MacKenzie, Jeff Meacham, Nelson Franklin, Anna Deavere Smith, Jennie Pierson and Barris (filling in for Deon Cole) all participated.

“I worked on a lot of shows, and this cast and what they can do is unlike almost any other cast that I’ve seen,” Barris said. “Single-camera comedy is hard in a table read because of a lot of time it’s made in the edit. People have come to our table reads and say you can tell that they love each other, they really embrace their work.”

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NAACP Image Awards 2018: The Complete Winners List (Updating)

The 49th NAACP Image Awards ceremony is underway, hosted by “Blackish” star Anthony Anderson at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.

So far, “Blackish” has won big, taking home the award for Outstanding Comedy Series, up against “Insecure,” “Ballers,” “Dear White People,” and “Survivor’s Remorse.” Tracee Ellis Ross and host Anderson won Outstanding Actor and Actress in a Comedy Series for their starring roles on the ABC sitcom.

Taraji P. Henson and Omari Hardwick snagged the awards for Outstanding Actress and Actor in a Drama series for their starring roles on “Empire” and “Power.”

Martin Luther King was mentioned throughout the ceremony–it’s the first time the award show has landed on MLK day–and NAACP President Cornell William Brooks said “there’s no better way to honor the legacy” of the reverend than to urge everyone to vote in 2018, and Danny Glover spoke of King’s impact in his acceptance speech for the NAACP President’s Award.

47 other Image Awards were handed out Sunday night during a non-televised gala dinner, including Outstanding New Artist for singer SZA, and writing and directing wins for “Get Out” director Jordan Peele. Idris Elba, Bruno Mars, Tiffany Haddish, and Kendrick Lamar are among the night’s other big winners. For the complete list of winners from Sunday night’s non-televised portion of the awards ceremony, head over here.

See below for an updating list of winners.

Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture
Amandla Stenberg – “Everything, Everything” (Warner Bros. Pictures / Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures)
Danai Gurira – “All Eyez on Me” (Summit Entertainment)
Halle Berry – “Kidnap” (Aviron Pictures)
Natalie Paul – “Crown Heights” (Amazon Studios)
Octavia Spencer – “Gifted” (Fox Searchlight Pictures) *WINNER

Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series
Anthony Anderson – “black-ish” (ABC) *WINNER

Aziz Ansari – “Master of None” (Netflix)
Dwayne Johnson – “Ballers” (HBO)
Keegan-Michael Key – “Friends from College” (Netflix)
RonReaco Lee – “Survivor’s Remorse” (Starz)

Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series
Jurnee Smollett-Bell – “Underground” (WGN America)
Kerry Washington – “Scandal” (ABC)
Rutina Wesley – “Queen Sugar” (OWN)
Taraji P. Henson – “Empire” (FOX)*WINNER
Viola Davis – “How to Get Away with Murder” (ABC)

Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series
Danielle Brooks – “Orange is the New Black” (Netflix)
Issa Rae – “Insecure” (HBO)
Loretta Devine – “The Carmichael Show” (NBC)
Niecy Nash – “Claws” (TNT)
Tracee Ellis Ross – “black-ish ” (ABC)*WINNER

Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series
Kofi Siriboe – “Queen Sugar” (OWN)
Mike Colter – “Marvel’s The Defenders” (Netflix)
Omari Hardwick – “Power” (Starz)*WINNER
Sterling K. Brown – “This Is Us ” (NBC)
Terrence Howard – “Empire” (FOX)

NAACP Music Makes A Difference Honor

Charlie Wilson

Outstanding Comedy Series
“Ballers” (HBO)
“black-ish” (ABC)*WINNER
“Dear White People” (Netflix)
“Insecure” (HBO)
“Survivor’s Remorse” (Starz)

NAACP Chairman’s Award

William Lucy

NAACP President’s Award

Danny Glover

Outstanding Drama Series
“Greenleaf” (OWN)
“Power” (Starz)*WINNER
“Queen Sugar” (OWN)
“This Is Us” (NBC)
“Underground” (WGN America)

Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture
Algee Smith – “Detroit” (Annapurna Pictures)
Chadwick Boseman – “Marshall” (Open Road Films)
Daniel Kaluuya – “Get Out” (Universal Pictures)
Denzel Washington – “Roman J. Israel, Esq.” (Columbia Pictures)
Idris Elba – “The Mountain Between Us” (20th Century Fox)

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The 49th NAACP Image Awards ceremony is underway, hosted by “Blackish” star Anthony Anderson at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.

So far, “Blackish” has won big, taking home the award for Outstanding Comedy Series, up against “Insecure,” “Ballers,” “Dear White People,” and “Survivor’s Remorse.” Tracee Ellis Ross and host Anderson won Outstanding Actor and Actress in a Comedy Series for their starring roles on the ABC sitcom.

Taraji P. Henson and Omari Hardwick snagged the awards for Outstanding Actress and Actor in a Drama series for their starring roles on “Empire” and “Power.”

Martin Luther King was mentioned throughout the ceremony–it’s the first time the award show has landed on MLK day–and NAACP President Cornell William Brooks said “there’s no better way to honor the legacy” of the reverend than to urge everyone to vote in 2018, and Danny Glover spoke of King’s impact in his acceptance speech for the NAACP President’s Award.

47 other Image Awards were handed out Sunday night during a non-televised gala dinner, including Outstanding New Artist for singer SZA, and writing and directing wins for “Get Out” director Jordan Peele. Idris Elba, Bruno Mars, Tiffany Haddish, and Kendrick Lamar are among the night’s other big winners. For the complete list of winners from Sunday night’s non-televised portion of the awards ceremony, head over here.

See below for an updating list of winners.

Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture
Amandla Stenberg – “Everything, Everything” (Warner Bros. Pictures / Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures)
Danai Gurira – “All Eyez on Me” (Summit Entertainment)
Halle Berry – “Kidnap” (Aviron Pictures)
Natalie Paul – “Crown Heights” (Amazon Studios)
Octavia Spencer – “Gifted” (Fox Searchlight Pictures) *WINNER

Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series
Anthony Anderson – “black-ish” (ABC) *WINNER

Aziz Ansari – “Master of None” (Netflix)
Dwayne Johnson – “Ballers” (HBO)
Keegan-Michael Key – “Friends from College” (Netflix)
RonReaco Lee – “Survivor’s Remorse” (Starz)

Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series
Jurnee Smollett-Bell – “Underground” (WGN America)
Kerry Washington – “Scandal” (ABC)
Rutina Wesley – “Queen Sugar” (OWN)
Taraji P. Henson – “Empire” (FOX)*WINNER
Viola Davis – “How to Get Away with Murder” (ABC)

Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series
Danielle Brooks – “Orange is the New Black” (Netflix)
Issa Rae – “Insecure” (HBO)
Loretta Devine – “The Carmichael Show” (NBC)
Niecy Nash – “Claws” (TNT)
Tracee Ellis Ross – “black-ish ” (ABC)*WINNER

Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series
Kofi Siriboe – “Queen Sugar” (OWN)
Mike Colter – “Marvel’s The Defenders” (Netflix)
Omari Hardwick – “Power” (Starz)*WINNER
Sterling K. Brown – “This Is Us ” (NBC)
Terrence Howard – “Empire” (FOX)

NAACP Music Makes A Difference Honor

Charlie Wilson

Outstanding Comedy Series
“Ballers” (HBO)
“black-ish” (ABC)*WINNER
“Dear White People” (Netflix)
“Insecure” (HBO)
“Survivor’s Remorse” (Starz)

NAACP Chairman’s Award

William Lucy

NAACP President’s Award

Danny Glover

Outstanding Drama Series
“Greenleaf” (OWN)
“Power” (Starz)*WINNER
“Queen Sugar” (OWN)
“This Is Us” (NBC)
“Underground” (WGN America)

Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture
Algee Smith – “Detroit” (Annapurna Pictures)
Chadwick Boseman – “Marshall” (Open Road Films)
Daniel Kaluuya – “Get Out” (Universal Pictures)
Denzel Washington – “Roman J. Israel, Esq.” (Columbia Pictures)
Idris Elba – “The Mountain Between Us” (20th Century Fox)

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‘Time’s Up’ Members Tell Oprah Winfrey the Campaign Continues

Time’s not up for “Time’s Up.” A group of some of the leaders of the recently convened “Time’s Up” movement told Oprah Winfrey during a taped interview Sunday on “CBS This Morning” that their effort continues after gaining notice before and during the industry’s recent Golden Globes awards. “At this moment– it’s a campaign. And […]

Time’s not up for “Time’s Up.” A group of some of the leaders of the recently convened “Time’s Up” movement told Oprah Winfrey during a taped interview Sunday on “CBS This Morning” that their effort continues after gaining notice before and during the industry’s recent Golden Globes awards. “At this moment– it’s a campaign. And […]

Golden Globes: Wonder Women Gal Gadot, Brooklyn Prince, Salma Hayek Huddle with W Mag (Photos)

That long line of cones splicing Sunset Boulevard on Thursday night, steering traffic away from the famed Chateau Marmont, came with good reason.

Throngs of Golden Globe nominees and other captains of pop culture ascended to the rooftop penthouse for a pre-Golden Globes weekend soiree tied to the release of W Magazine’s Best Performances portfolio.

Ashley Olsen and Elizabeth “Lizzie the Sundance Queen” Olsen

Much like how their corporate cousin Vanity Fair swallows Oscar week’s glitterati, W Magazine Editor In Chief Stefano Tonchi, Best Performances guru Lynn Hirshberg, and their glossy squad drew the power players around Golden Globes weekend into a single orbit on Thursday night.

James Franco arrives in one of the 35 chauffeured Audi Q7’s whisking talent past the throngs of paparazzi and autograph hounds down below

The stars in the middle of that orbit? Salma Hayek, “Wonder Woman” Gal Gadot, James Franco, Mary J. Blige and a rare sighting of Olsen sisters Ashley and Elizabeth (not Ashley’s twin) in the same room.

Spanish import Miranda Makaroff has flown in to spin this bash for the past few years (BFA)

Tilting your forehead 45 degrees towards the floor, you might have seen the breakout of the juniors division, young Brooklynn Prince from “The Florida Project,” chatting up the Lizzie Olsen or Gadot, while looking up revealed a new addition on the packed outdoor balcony — a disco ball. It would go to good use as a feisty duo from Spain flew in to spin in the living room, as they have for the past few years

“Black-ish” star Tracee Ellis Ross. (Getty Images)

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Frankie Shaw, the force behind Showtime’s semi-autobiographical single mom comedy “SMILF,” caught Tracee Ellis Ross in the hallway, introducing herself. Ross told Shaw she was so glad she had stopped her. When a photographer approached to ask to capture the moment, Ross asked, “Would you please?”

Mainlining glam: James Franco and Emilia Clarke (Donato Sardella/Getty Images)

Less accessible was Gal Gadot. The “Wonder Woman” star had a dedicated security guard stationed in front of her patio table throughout the night.

Salma Hayek, continuing her trend of pure candor, had no qualms about capturing the view herself. After Entertainment Tonight’s Carly Steel wrapped up casual on-camera arrival chats in one of the converted bedrooms, the one-time “Frida” had a friend shoot cellphone pictures of her on the balcony overlooking Sunset.

Hong Chau, Lynn Hirschberg (who cast and wrote the Best Performances portfolio), and Salma Hayek (Donato Sardella, Getty Images)

“I had a successful soap opera career in Mexico,” Hayek says in the new issue. “I left my fame and my comfort and I moved to Los Angeles because I wanted to make films. I was very, very famous in Mexico, and in the States I was working as an extra. People thought maybe I was running from the police.”

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As for actual running, the night before this party a new cast began racing around the world again on CBS’ 30th season of “The Amazing Race.”

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The show beat “The X-Files” in ratings, won its timeslot and nearly doubled recent premiere numbers. I caught CBS chief Les Moonves near the elevators who accepted congratulations.

“It’s back and the numbers were great,” Moonves told The Party Report.

There was an endless tap of Dom Perignon. Here, a bottle butler made it past Gadot’s security guard to fill her glass (Donato Sardella/Getty Images)

Other titans and cultural curiosities in the mix included New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft (whose team has the weekend off due to a playoff bye), Duran Duran bassist John Taylor, hat guy Nick Fouquet, and model Karrueche Tran.

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Tracee Ellis Ross and “SMILF” star Frankie Shaw. (BFA)

In a more somber and odd coincidence, Jim Belushi also made the scene. As part of well known Hollywood history, his older brother John died in this hotel back in 1982. His connection to the event and this year’s Globes is not clear.

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View from the Chateau Penthouse. (BFA)

Those fully invested in this confluence of media and entertainment in the mix included Dawn Ostroff (President, Conde Nast Entertianment), CN Chief Business Officer Chris Mitchell, Pilar Guzman, and one of Hollywood’s skeleton keys, Ken Sunshine.

Released earlier on Thursday, the party celebrated W’s 2018 “Best Performances” portfolio.

This year’s honors featured six covers of duos: Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone; Mary J. Blige and Tom Hanks,  Gadot and Franco; Daniela Vega and Robert Pattinson; Margot Robbie and Nicole Kidman; and Saoirse Ronan and Andrew Garfield. They are the leads among 29 awards-favored artists along with  Hayek, Jessica Chastain, Daniel Kaluuya, Diane Kruger, Hong Chau, Timothee Chalamet, Allison Janney, Gary Oldman, Michelle Williams, Jake Gyllenhaal, and more.

W Editor In Chief Stefano Tonchi shows “Get Out” star Daniel Kaluuya his spread in the Best Performances broadsheet (BFA)

The Best Performances portfolio was co-produced with British Vogue, photographed by Juergen Teller, styled by Edward Enninful. Audi, who started their partnership with Amazon (which includes Sunday night’s post-show bash and Amazon music streaming in their chauffeured Q7’s) shuttled the talent. Dom Pérignon  provided an endless pour of top shelf bubbles and Dior also partnered on the event.

The Golden Globes air live coast to coast on NBC this Sunday, Jan. 7, at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT.

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That long line of cones splicing Sunset Boulevard on Thursday night, steering traffic away from the famed Chateau Marmont, came with good reason.

Throngs of Golden Globe nominees and other captains of pop culture ascended to the rooftop penthouse for a pre-Golden Globes weekend soiree tied to the release of W Magazine’s Best Performances portfolio.

Ashley Olsen and Elizabeth “Lizzie the Sundance Queen” Olsen

Much like how their corporate cousin Vanity Fair swallows Oscar week’s glitterati, W Magazine Editor In Chief Stefano Tonchi, Best Performances guru Lynn Hirshberg, and their glossy squad drew the power players around Golden Globes weekend into a single orbit on Thursday night.

James Franco arrives in one of the 35 chauffeured Audi Q7’s whisking talent past the throngs of paparazzi and autograph hounds down below

The stars in the middle of that orbit? Salma Hayek, “Wonder Woman” Gal Gadot, James Franco, Mary J. Blige and a rare sighting of Olsen sisters Ashley and Elizabeth (not Ashley’s twin) in the same room.

Spanish import Miranda Makaroff has flown in to spin this bash for the past few years (BFA)

Tilting your forehead 45 degrees towards the floor, you might have seen the breakout of the juniors division, young Brooklynn Prince from “The Florida Project,” chatting up the Lizzie Olsen or Gadot, while looking up revealed a new addition on the packed outdoor balcony — a disco ball. It would go to good use as a feisty duo from Spain flew in to spin in the living room, as they have for the past few years

“Black-ish” star Tracee Ellis Ross. (Getty Images)

Frankie Shaw, the force behind Showtime’s semi-autobiographical single mom comedy “SMILF,” caught Tracee Ellis Ross in the hallway, introducing herself. Ross told Shaw she was so glad she had stopped her. When a photographer approached to ask to capture the moment, Ross asked, “Would you please?”

Mainlining glam: James Franco and Emilia Clarke (Donato Sardella/Getty Images)

Less accessible was Gal Gadot. The “Wonder Woman” star had a dedicated security guard stationed in front of her patio table throughout the night.

Salma Hayek, continuing her trend of pure candor, had no qualms about capturing the view herself. After Entertainment Tonight’s Carly Steel wrapped up casual on-camera arrival chats in one of the converted bedrooms, the one-time “Frida” had a friend shoot cellphone pictures of her on the balcony overlooking Sunset.

Hong Chau, Lynn Hirschberg (who cast and wrote the Best Performances portfolio), and Salma Hayek (Donato Sardella, Getty Images)

“I had a successful soap opera career in Mexico,” Hayek says in the new issue. “I left my fame and my comfort and I moved to Los Angeles because I wanted to make films. I was very, very famous in Mexico, and in the States I was working as an extra. People thought maybe I was running from the police.”

As for actual running, the night before this party a new cast began racing around the world again on CBS’ 30th season of “The Amazing Race.”

The show beat “The X-Files” in ratings, won its timeslot and nearly doubled recent premiere numbers. I caught CBS chief Les Moonves near the elevators who accepted congratulations.

“It’s back and the numbers were great,” Moonves told The Party Report.

There was an endless tap of Dom Perignon. Here, a bottle butler made it past Gadot’s security guard to fill her glass (Donato Sardella/Getty Images)

Other titans and cultural curiosities in the mix included New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft (whose team has the weekend off due to a playoff bye), Duran Duran bassist John Taylor, hat guy Nick Fouquet, and model Karrueche Tran.

Tracee Ellis Ross and “SMILF” star Frankie Shaw. (BFA)

In a more somber and odd coincidence, Jim Belushi also made the scene. As part of well known Hollywood history, his older brother John died in this hotel back in 1982. His connection to the event and this year’s Globes is not clear.

View from the Chateau Penthouse. (BFA)

Those fully invested in this confluence of media and entertainment in the mix included Dawn Ostroff (President, Conde Nast Entertianment), CN Chief Business Officer Chris Mitchell, Pilar Guzman, and one of Hollywood’s skeleton keys, Ken Sunshine.

Released earlier on Thursday, the party celebrated W’s 2018 “Best Performances” portfolio.

This year’s honors featured six covers of duos: Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone; Mary J. Blige and Tom Hanks,  Gadot and Franco; Daniela Vega and Robert Pattinson; Margot Robbie and Nicole Kidman; and Saoirse Ronan and Andrew Garfield. They are the leads among 29 awards-favored artists along with  Hayek, Jessica Chastain, Daniel Kaluuya, Diane Kruger, Hong Chau, Timothee Chalamet, Allison Janney, Gary Oldman, Michelle Williams, Jake Gyllenhaal, and more.

W Editor In Chief Stefano Tonchi shows “Get Out” star Daniel Kaluuya his spread in the Best Performances broadsheet (BFA)

The Best Performances portfolio was co-produced with British Vogue, photographed by Juergen Teller, styled by Edward Enninful. Audi, who started their partnership with Amazon (which includes Sunday night’s post-show bash and Amazon music streaming in their chauffeured Q7’s) shuttled the talent. Dom Pérignon  provided an endless pour of top shelf bubbles and Dior also partnered on the event.

The Golden Globes air live coast to coast on NBC this Sunday, Jan. 7, at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT.

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Amy Adams (1974)

Academy Award nominated Amy Adams, is best known for playing in Disney’s “Enchanted” and “American Hustle.” She most recently starred in Tom Ford’s “Nocturnal Animals.”

Cameron Diaz (1972)

Cameron Diaz first made her mark in Hollywood with films like “There’s Something About Mary” and “The Mask.” She most recently starred alongside Will Smith in “Annie.”

Cate Blanchett (1969)

This two time Academy Award winning actress is best known for her role in “The Aviator.” She has since starred in films like “The Lord of the Rings,” “Babel,” and “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.” Blanchett is currently working on “Ocean’s Eight.”

Catherine Zeta-Jones (1969)

Catherine Zeta-Jones is best known for starring in “Intolerable Cruelty” and “Ocean’s Twelve.” She most recently starred in “Dad’s Army,” a British war comedy.

Famke Janssen (1964)

Famke Janssen is best known for playing Jean Grey in the “X-Men” film series. She also has a recurring role on “How to Get Away With Murder” alongside Viola Davis.

Gabrielle Union (1972)

Gabrielle Union first had her breakthrough role in the cult comedy “Bring it On.” Since she’s starred in films like “Think Like a Man,” “Deliver Us From Eva,” and “Bad Boys II.” She even starred on BET’s first scripted drama “Being Mary Jane.”

Gwyneth Paltrow (1972)

Gwyneth Paltrow has been starring in notable Hollywood films since the early 90’s and it doesn’t look like she’s slowing down any time soon. She most recently starred in “Spiderman: Homecoming” and will be playing in an upcoming “Avengers” movie.

Halle Berry (1966)

Academy Award winning actress Halle Berry was once one of the highest paid actress in Hollywood. She most recently starred in “Kingsman: The Golden Circle.”

Helen Mirren (1945)

One Award short of EGOT status, Mirren most recently starred in “Collateral Beauty” and “The Fate of the Furious.”

Helena Bonham Carter (1966)

Helena Bonham Carter has starred in films like “A Room With a View,” “Hamlet,” and the “Harry Potter” film series. She will also be playing a role in “Ocean’s Eight.”

Jane Lynch (1960)

Lynch is best known for her role as Sue Sylvester in “Glee.” She most recently starred in “Manhunt: Unabomber.”

Jennifer Aniston (1969)

Even though she’s best known for playing Rachel on “Friends,” Jennifer Aniston hasn’t let that role define her entire career. She most recently starred in “The Yellow Birds,” which premiered are Sundance.

Jennifer Connelly (1970)

Connelly made her debut in film with “Once Upon a Time in America.” Since, she has starred in movies like “A Beautiful Mind” and “He’s Just Not That Into You.” Her upcoming projects include “Only the Brave” and “Alita: Battle Angel.”

Jennifer Lopez (1969)

Jennifer Lopez is probably one of few actresses to have both a successful musical and acting career simultaneously. Lopez has starred in films like “The Wedding Planner” and “Monster in Law,” her must recent project is “Ice Age: Collision Course.”

Jodie Foster (1962)

Jodie Foster had her breakthrough role in “Taxi Driver,” but that wasn’t the only notable movie she starred in. She also had roles in “Silence of the Lambs” and “Flightplan,” and is currently working on “Hotel Artemis.”

Julia Roberts (1967)

Quite possibly one of the best actresses of our time, Julia Roberts starred in films from “Pretty Woman to “Erin Brockovich star” and has been cited as the highest paid actress in Hollywood for years. Her latest project is “Wonder,” which will be released later this year.

Julianne Moore (1960)

Julianne Moore most recently won an Academy Award for her role in “Still Alice.” She most recently starred in “Kingsman: The Golden Circle.”

Leslie Mann (1972)

Leslie Mann is most known for her roles in comedy films like “The Other Woman,” and “Knocked Up.” Her upcoming projects include “Blockers” and “The Women of Marwen.”

Marisa Tomei (1964)

Marisa Tomei had her breakthrough role in “My Cousin Vinny.” Since, she’s starred in films like “What Women Want” and “Anger Management.” Her most recent movies include “Spiderman: Homecoming” and “Captain America: Civil War.”

Melissa McCarthy (1970)

This multi-hyphenate first garnered attention as Sookie in “Gilmore Girls.” Since, she’s played in notable films like “Bridesmaids” and “Ghostbusters.” Her upcoming projects include “Life of the Party,” “Can You Ever Forgive Me?,” and “The HappyTime Murders.”

Meryl Streep (1949)

Meryl Streep currently holds the record for being the most nominated actor for an Academy Award. She’s starred in notable films since the 1970’s and still has projects coming out next year like “Mary Poppins Returns.”

Monica Bellucci (1964)

Monica Bellucci is conquering both European and American film markets. She gained worldwide attention with films like “Brotherhood of the Wold” and “Malèna.” She was also the oldest woman to be cast as one of the Bond Girls. Bellucci most recently starred in the 2017 “Twin Peaks” series.

Naomi Watts (1968)

Naomi Watts got her big break with David Lynch’s “Mulholland Drive.” Since she’s had roles in “You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger” and “The Ring.” She most recently starred in “Twin Peaks.”

Nia Long (1970)

Nia Long has had almost a lifetime of success in Hollywood. She starred in the 90’s classics “Boyz n the Hood” and “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.” She currently stars in “NCIS: Los Angeles.”

Nicole Kidman (1967)

Nicole Kidman has won just about every major acting award out there and for good reason. She played in “The Hours,” “Rabbit Hole,” and “The Others.” She most recently starred in the HBO hit “Big Little Lies.”

Octavia Spencer (1970)

Octavia Spencer only recently had her big break with her role in “The Help” in 2011 — and she won an Oscar for it. Since, she’s starred in “Fruitvale Station,” “The Divergent” series,  “and “Hidden Figures.” Her most recent projects include “The Gifted” and “A Kid Like Jake” which comes out in 2018.

Oprah Winfrey (1954)

This one doesn’t even need any explanation. It’s Oprah. But she will be starring in Ava DuVernay’s “A Wrinkle in Time” which premieres in 2018. Plus she has an entire television network and produces “Queen Sugar.”

Rachel Weisz (1970)

Weisz is probably best known for her roles in “The Mummy” film series. She’s also had roles in “About a Boy” and “Constantine.” Her upcoming projects include “The Mercy” and “Favourite” which are both out in 2018.

Salma Hayek (1966)

Salma Hayek had her big break portraying Frida Kahlo in the film “Frida.” She most recently starred in “The Hitman’s Bodyguard.”

Sanaa Lathan (1971)

Sanaa Lathan has starred in many cult classics like “Love & Basketball,” “The Best Man,” and “Brown Sugar.” She currently stars in the TV series “Shots Fired.”

Sandra Bullock (1964)

Sandra Bullock has basically starred in all of our favorite movies from “Miss Congeniality” to “While You Were Sleeping” to “The Blind Side.” She will be starring in the much anticipated film “Ocean’s Eight” which is out in 2018.

Sofia Vergara (1972)

Vergara has starred in films like “Soul Plane” and “Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns.” She currently stars in “Modern Family.”

Taraji P. Henson (1970)

Tarji got her big break in “Baby Boy,” and has garnered recognition for her roles in “Hustle and Flow” and ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.” She most recently starred in “Hidden Figures.”

Tilda Swinton (1960)

Tilda Swinton is known for her roles in “The Chronicles of Narnia” film series and “The Deep End.” She most recently starred in “Okja” and will be playing in 2018’s “Isle of Dogs.”

Tina Fey (1970)

Tina Fey is best known for her comedic acts on “Saturday Night Live,” but she’s had great success on the big screens too. She’s starred in hit movies like “Date Night” and “Baby Mama.” She most recently starred in “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.”

Toni Collette (1972)

Toni Collette received recognition for her role in “The Sixth Sense.” Since, she’s starred in “About a Boy” and “The Hours.” She most recently starred in “Unlocked” and has a film coming out in 2018.

Tracee Ellis Ross (1972)

Tracee Ellis Ross had her big break in the hit series “Girlfriends.” She currently stars in the popular ABC series “Black-ish.”

Uma Thurman (1970)

Uma Thurman garnered critical acclaim for her role in “Pulp Fiction.” Since, she’s starred in “Les Misérables” and “Kill Bill.” She currently has two films coming out this year, “The War With Grandpa” and “The Brits Are Coming.”

Vera Farmiga (1973)

Vera Farmiga has had success with films like “Down to the Bone” and “The Departed.” She currently has projects lined up until 2019.

Viola Davis (51)

Viola Davis has had minor roles in shows like “Law and Order” and movies like “Kate and Leopold,” but it wasn’t until her role in “Doubt” that she began to receive the recognition she deserved. Since she’s also garnered critical acclaim for her role in “Fences” and “The Help.” She currently stars in ABC’s hit series “How to Get Away With Murder.”

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Amy Adams (1974)

Academy Award nominated Amy Adams, is best known for playing in Disney’s “Enchanted” and “American Hustle.” She most recently starred in Tom Ford’s “Nocturnal Animals.”

Cameron Diaz (1972)

Cameron Diaz first made her mark in Hollywood with films like “There’s Something About Mary” and “The Mask.” She most recently starred alongside Will Smith in “Annie.”

Cate Blanchett (1969)

This two time Academy Award winning actress is best known for her role in “The Aviator.” She has since starred in films like “The Lord of the Rings,” “Babel,” and “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.” Blanchett is currently working on “Ocean’s Eight.”

Catherine Zeta-Jones (1969)

Catherine Zeta-Jones is best known for starring in “Intolerable Cruelty” and “Ocean’s Twelve.” She most recently starred in “Dad’s Army,” a British war comedy.

Famke Janssen (1964)

Famke Janssen is best known for playing Jean Grey in the “X-Men” film series. She also has a recurring role on “How to Get Away With Murder” alongside Viola Davis.

Gabrielle Union (1972)

Gabrielle Union first had her breakthrough role in the cult comedy “Bring it On.” Since she’s starred in films like “Think Like a Man,” “Deliver Us From Eva,” and “Bad Boys II.” She even starred on BET’s first scripted drama “Being Mary Jane.”

Gwyneth Paltrow (1972)

Gwyneth Paltrow has been starring in notable Hollywood films since the early 90’s and it doesn’t look like she’s slowing down any time soon. She most recently starred in “Spiderman: Homecoming” and will be playing in an upcoming “Avengers” movie.

Halle Berry (1966)

Academy Award winning actress Halle Berry was once one of the highest paid actress in Hollywood. She most recently starred in “Kingsman: The Golden Circle.”

Helen Mirren (1945)

One Award short of EGOT status, Mirren most recently starred in “Collateral Beauty” and “The Fate of the Furious.”

Helena Bonham Carter (1966)

Helena Bonham Carter has starred in films like “A Room With a View,” “Hamlet,” and the “Harry Potter” film series. She will also be playing a role in “Ocean’s Eight.”

Jane Lynch (1960)

Lynch is best known for her role as Sue Sylvester in “Glee.” She most recently starred in “Manhunt: Unabomber.”

Jennifer Aniston (1969)

Even though she’s best known for playing Rachel on “Friends,” Jennifer Aniston hasn’t let that role define her entire career. She most recently starred in “The Yellow Birds,” which premiered are Sundance.

Jennifer Connelly (1970)

Connelly made her debut in film with “Once Upon a Time in America.” Since, she has starred in movies like “A Beautiful Mind” and “He’s Just Not That Into You.” Her upcoming projects include “Only the Brave” and “Alita: Battle Angel.”

Jennifer Lopez (1969)

Jennifer Lopez is probably one of few actresses to have both a successful musical and acting career simultaneously. Lopez has starred in films like “The Wedding Planner” and “Monster in Law,” her must recent project is “Ice Age: Collision Course.”

Jodie Foster (1962)

Jodie Foster had her breakthrough role in “Taxi Driver,” but that wasn’t the only notable movie she starred in. She also had roles in “Silence of the Lambs” and “Flightplan,” and is currently working on “Hotel Artemis.”

Julia Roberts (1967)

Quite possibly one of the best actresses of our time, Julia Roberts starred in films from “Pretty Woman to “Erin Brockovich star” and has been cited as the highest paid actress in Hollywood for years. Her latest project is “Wonder,” which will be released later this year.

Julianne Moore (1960)

Julianne Moore most recently won an Academy Award for her role in “Still Alice.” She most recently starred in “Kingsman: The Golden Circle.”

Leslie Mann (1972)

Leslie Mann is most known for her roles in comedy films like “The Other Woman,” and “Knocked Up.” Her upcoming projects include “Blockers” and “The Women of Marwen.”

Marisa Tomei (1964)

Marisa Tomei had her breakthrough role in “My Cousin Vinny.” Since, she’s starred in films like “What Women Want” and “Anger Management.” Her most recent movies include “Spiderman: Homecoming” and “Captain America: Civil War.”

Melissa McCarthy (1970)

This multi-hyphenate first garnered attention as Sookie in “Gilmore Girls.” Since, she’s played in notable films like “Bridesmaids” and “Ghostbusters.” Her upcoming projects include “Life of the Party,” “Can You Ever Forgive Me?,” and “The HappyTime Murders.”

Meryl Streep (1949)

Meryl Streep currently holds the record for being the most nominated actor for an Academy Award. She’s starred in notable films since the 1970’s and still has projects coming out next year like “Mary Poppins Returns.”

Monica Bellucci (1964)

Monica Bellucci is conquering both European and American film markets. She gained worldwide attention with films like “Brotherhood of the Wold” and “Malèna.” She was also the oldest woman to be cast as one of the Bond Girls. Bellucci most recently starred in the 2017 “Twin Peaks” series.

Naomi Watts (1968)

Naomi Watts got her big break with David Lynch’s “Mulholland Drive.” Since she’s had roles in “You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger” and “The Ring.” She most recently starred in “Twin Peaks.”

Nia Long (1970)

Nia Long has had almost a lifetime of success in Hollywood. She starred in the 90’s classics “Boyz n the Hood” and “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.” She currently stars in “NCIS: Los Angeles.”

Nicole Kidman (1967)

Nicole Kidman has won just about every major acting award out there and for good reason. She played in “The Hours,” “Rabbit Hole,” and “The Others.” She most recently starred in the HBO hit “Big Little Lies.”

Octavia Spencer (1970)

Octavia Spencer only recently had her big break with her role in “The Help” in 2011 — and she won an Oscar for it. Since, she’s starred in “Fruitvale Station,” “The Divergent” series,  “and “Hidden Figures.” Her most recent projects include “The Gifted” and “A Kid Like Jake” which comes out in 2018.

Oprah Winfrey (1954)

This one doesn’t even need any explanation. It’s Oprah. But she will be starring in Ava DuVernay’s “A Wrinkle in Time” which premieres in 2018. Plus she has an entire television network and produces “Queen Sugar.”

Rachel Weisz (1970)

Weisz is probably best known for her roles in “The Mummy” film series. She’s also had roles in “About a Boy” and “Constantine.” Her upcoming projects include “The Mercy” and “Favourite” which are both out in 2018.

Salma Hayek (1966)

Salma Hayek had her big break portraying Frida Kahlo in the film “Frida.” She most recently starred in “The Hitman’s Bodyguard.”

Sanaa Lathan (1971)

Sanaa Lathan has starred in many cult classics like “Love & Basketball,” “The Best Man,” and “Brown Sugar.” She currently stars in the TV series “Shots Fired.”

Sandra Bullock (1964)

Sandra Bullock has basically starred in all of our favorite movies from “Miss Congeniality” to “While You Were Sleeping” to “The Blind Side.” She will be starring in the much anticipated film “Ocean’s Eight” which is out in 2018.

Sofia Vergara (1972)

Vergara has starred in films like “Soul Plane” and “Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns.” She currently stars in “Modern Family.”

Taraji P. Henson (1970)

Tarji got her big break in “Baby Boy,” and has garnered recognition for her roles in “Hustle and Flow” and ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.” She most recently starred in “Hidden Figures.”

Tilda Swinton (1960)

Tilda Swinton is known for her roles in “The Chronicles of Narnia” film series and “The Deep End.” She most recently starred in “Okja” and will be playing in 2018’s “Isle of Dogs.”

Tina Fey (1970)

Tina Fey is best known for her comedic acts on “Saturday Night Live,” but she’s had great success on the big screens too. She’s starred in hit movies like “Date Night” and “Baby Mama.” She most recently starred in “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.”

Toni Collette (1972)

Toni Collette received recognition for her role in “The Sixth Sense.” Since, she’s starred in “About a Boy” and “The Hours.” She most recently starred in “Unlocked” and has a film coming out in 2018.

Tracee Ellis Ross (1972)

Tracee Ellis Ross had her big break in the hit series “Girlfriends.” She currently stars in the popular ABC series “Black-ish.”

Uma Thurman (1970)

Uma Thurman garnered critical acclaim for her role in “Pulp Fiction.” Since, she’s starred in “Les Misérables” and “Kill Bill.” She currently has two films coming out this year, “The War With Grandpa” and “The Brits Are Coming.”

Vera Farmiga (1973)

Vera Farmiga has had success with films like “Down to the Bone” and “The Departed.” She currently has projects lined up until 2019.

Viola Davis (51)

Viola Davis has had minor roles in shows like “Law and Order” and movies like “Kate and Leopold,” but it wasn’t until her role in “Doubt” that she began to receive the recognition she deserved. Since she’s also garnered critical acclaim for her role in “Fences” and “The Help.” She currently stars in ABC’s hit series “How to Get Away With Murder.”

‘Kimmel’ Fill-in Tracee Ellis Ross Is Just ‘Another Black, Jewish, Female Host of Late-Night’ (Video)

Tracee Ellis Ross was just “another black, jewish, female host of late-night” on Tuesday — as if we needed any more of those.

The “Black-ish” star filled in admirably for Jimmy Kimmel last night, when she welcomed guests Mary J. Blige and author Amanda de Cadenet at 11:30 p.m. During the monologue, the daughter of Diana Ross had jokes, shared a music video about her bizarre obsession with bowls, and introduced the world to verbal Christmas cards.

She even revealed the “Jimmy Kimmel Live” 2017 “As Seen on TV” gift guide. Trust us, you won’t want any of this crap — but you also won’t want to miss Ellis Ross’s show-open.

Also Read: Kimmel Guest Host Tracee Ellis Ross Explains Sexual Harassment With Children’s Book (Video)

Watch the video above.

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Tracee Ellis Ross was just “another black, jewish, female host of late-night” on Tuesday — as if we needed any more of those.

The “Black-ish” star filled in admirably for Jimmy Kimmel last night, when she welcomed guests Mary J. Blige and author Amanda de Cadenet at 11:30 p.m. During the monologue, the daughter of Diana Ross had jokes, shared a music video about her bizarre obsession with bowls, and introduced the world to verbal Christmas cards.

She even revealed the “Jimmy Kimmel Live” 2017 “As Seen on TV” gift guide. Trust us, you won’t want any of this crap — but you also won’t want to miss Ellis Ross’s show-open.

Watch the video above.

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Tracee Ellis Ross Wrote A Children’s Book to Help Explain Sexual Harassment to Men — Watch

The “Blackish” actress used her time guest hosting “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” to make it very clear to men what they can’t do to women.

Tracee Ellis Ross appeared as the guest host on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on December 5, and she graciously took some time out of her monologue to help teach all men about sexual harassment. Ross began with a powerful declaration, calling harassment “a systemic problem” that “has enabled a culture of inequity to persist for far too long.”

“Treating another human being with respect isn’t complicated, but it seems a bit for confusing for a lot of men out there,” she said. “So I wrote a book. It’s kind of a children’s book for men that is going to make this really simple and just bring it back to the basics.”

Ross’ book, “The Handsy Man,” is a handy guide for all men on what constitutes sexual harassment and what type of behavior will always be considered inappropriate, especially in the workplace. The book includes such inspired verses as the ones below.

You may not compliment by butt.
You may not call me “ho” or “slut.”
And even if you’re stoned or drunk,
do not expose me to your junk.

And if I am your employee
don’t rest your hand upon my knee.
No, I won’t sit on your lap.
I shouldn’t have to say this crap.

You cannot smell my hair you creep,
or grab my boobs while I’m asleep.
I do not want a back massage.
Did you follow me into the parking garage?

Watch Ross read the book in its entirety in the video below.

Tracee Ellis Ross Shares ‘The Handsy Man’ While Filling in for Jimmy Kimmel

“Black-ish” star Tracee Ellis Ross channeled Dr. Seuss with her book “The Handsy Man” while filling in for Jimmy Kimmel on Tuesday night — Kimmel was staying home to take care of his infant son post-surgery. Ross kicked off the segment with a quick introduction that characterized the Hollywood sexual harassment scandal: “It isn’t a […]

“Black-ish” star Tracee Ellis Ross channeled Dr. Seuss with her book “The Handsy Man” while filling in for Jimmy Kimmel on Tuesday night — Kimmel was staying home to take care of his infant son post-surgery. Ross kicked off the segment with a quick introduction that characterized the Hollywood sexual harassment scandal: “It isn’t a […]

Kimmel Guest Host Tracee Ellis Ross Explains Sexual Harassment With Children’s Book (Video)

“Black-ish” star Tracee Ellis Ross addressed sexual harassment head-on at the top of Tuesday’s episode of “Jimmy Kimmel live,” with a satirical explanation presented in the form of a children’s book.

Filling in as host for Kimmel, who is off this week while his infant son recovers from heart surgery, Ross started things off on a serious note. “It isn’t a sex scandal,” she said. “It isn’t a Hollywood scandal. It isn’t even a scandal. It is a systemic problem, about the abuse of power that takes place across all industries, and had enabled a culture of inequity to persist for far too long.”

Also Read: John Oliver Confronts Dustin Hoffman Over Sexual Harassment: ‘You Were a Creeper Around Women’

Ross then noted that a lot of men seem to have a problem understanding this, and pulled out “The Handsy Man,” a mashup parody of Dr. Seuss and Shel Silverstein that explains harassment.

“You may not Compliment my butt/You may not call me ‘ho’ or ‘slut’/and even if you’re stoned or drunk/do not expose me to your junk” goes one passage.

See the whole thing above.

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“Black-ish” star Tracee Ellis Ross addressed sexual harassment head-on at the top of Tuesday’s episode of “Jimmy Kimmel live,” with a satirical explanation presented in the form of a children’s book.

Filling in as host for Kimmel, who is off this week while his infant son recovers from heart surgery, Ross started things off on a serious note. “It isn’t a sex scandal,” she said. “It isn’t a Hollywood scandal. It isn’t even a scandal. It is a systemic problem, about the abuse of power that takes place across all industries, and had enabled a culture of inequity to persist for far too long.”

Ross then noted that a lot of men seem to have a problem understanding this, and pulled out “The Handsy Man,” a mashup parody of Dr. Seuss and Shel Silverstein that explains harassment.

“You may not Compliment my butt/You may not call me ‘ho’ or ‘slut’/and even if you’re stoned or drunk/do not expose me to your junk” goes one passage.

See the whole thing above.

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Tracee Ellis Ross Reads Her Book For “Handsy” Men, Explaining Sexual Harassment Scandal

Tracee Ellis Ross filled in for Jimmy Kimmel on his ABC late night show Tuesday night, as Kimmel stayed home with his infant son after his latest heart surgery.
As a woman who has been given a big platform like this show “there is something I want to talk about tonight and that is the Hollywood harassment scandal,” she said.
“Let’s start with the fact it isn’t a sex scandal. It isn’t a Hollywood scandal. It isn’t even a scandal. It is a systemic problem about the abuse of…

Tracee Ellis Ross filled in for Jimmy Kimmel on his ABC late night show Tuesday night, as Kimmel stayed home with his infant son after his latest heart surgery. As a woman who has been given a big platform like this show “there is something I want to talk about tonight and that is the Hollywood harassment scandal,” she said. “Let’s start with the fact it isn’t a sex scandal. It isn’t a Hollywood scandal. It isn’t even a scandal. It is a systemic problem about the abuse of…