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2020 Emmy Awards

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50 Cent wants Emmy to kiss ‘My Black A **’ after snubbing ‘Power’ once again

By Corey Atad. 12 seconds ago 50 Cent doesn't expect any Emmy love. The rapper, actor, and television producer snapped photos on the awards show after his "Power" series was again excluded from this year's nominations list. RELATED: 50 Cent Apologizes For Posting Megan Thee Stallion Meme About Her Shot On Instagram, 50 Cent shared a photo of the back of a bronze statue and an explicit caption:See this post on Instagram ok, here is Emmy's, My Black ass for your consideration to kiss you. Fuck your organization. I only care about the NAACP awards. 🤨 #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi A publication shared by 50 cents (@ 50cent) in August 4, 2020 at 7:44 p.m. PDTRELATED: 50 Cent Mocks Kanye West's Presidential Hopes, Cal...
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Mindy Kaling Reacts To The Emmys Snubbing ‘Never Have I Ever’

By Corey Atad. 18 secs ago Photo: Lara Solanki/Netflix Mindy Kaling isn’t sweating her Emmys snub. On Tuesday, the TV creator’s teen comedy “Never Have I Ever” failed to receive any nominations for the 2020 Emmys. RELATED: Mindy Kaling To Write ‘Legally Blonde 3’ Responding to the lack of awards attention, Kaling responded to a Twitter user, suggesting the show might “always seem ethnic” to certain people.Thanks! We love our #neverhaveiever cast, are so proud of the reviews and the 40+ million people who watched and loved it worldwide. Sometimes a show like ours will always seem ethnic or niche to a certain group of people. ❤️@loulielang https://t.co/trMd4zeFbb — Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) July 28, 2020The show stars Canadian Maitreyi...
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2020 Emmy Nominations Announcement With Leslie Jones, Josh Gad, Tatiana Maslany, Laverne Cox

By Rachel West. 31 mins ago The 2020 Primetime Emmy nominations will be announced live online on July 28 by ceremony host Leslie Jones and the help of presenters Josh Gad, Tatiana Maslany and Laverne Cox. The nominees in the top categories will be revealed virtually in a live stream on Facebook, YouTube and Emmys.com at 11:30 a.m. ET/8:30 a.m. PT. RELATED: Virus-Shadowed Emmy Nods Could Bring Surprises And Diversity Adjusting deadlines for COVID-19, shows that aired between June 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020 will be eligible this year. With last year’s big winners “Fleabag”, “Game Of Thrones” and “Chernobyl” finished, the door is wide open for a new batch of shows to become big Emmy winners. Following their launches, AppleTV+, Disney+ and HBO Max have se...