Tracee Ellis, The Black Woman Got Golden Globes Award After 1983 For The First Time

Tracee Ellis got her first Golden Globe award for Best Performance in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical for her role as Dr Rainbow Johnson on the hit series ABC.

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According to reports Tracee Ellis Ross,44 is an American actress, comedian, model, television host and producer got her first Golden Globe award for Best Performance in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical for her role as Dr Rainbow Johnson on the hit series ABC.

Tracee Ellis was very excited and she happily said “Look at it. It’s a Golden Globe. I won a Golden Globe!” She got this Award on 74th Annual Golden Globes held at Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Tracee Ellis said “Came to the Globes for the first time, won one,” she further added. “That’s what I did. Yeah First time here, won one Set the bar high for next year.

” Tracee Ellis is an African-American actress has won a Golden Globe since Debbie Allen’s win in 1983. She further added “I don’t even know what to say about that,” Tracee Ellis added said when questioned about the momentous achievement.

“I feel like that is something that our industry really needs to ponder.” She added with joy “Here’s what I’ll say, thank you for giving me the baton. I don’t take it lightly and I have it in my hand and I won’t drop it.”

She also confessed that she is the first Black women who got this award since 1983 in this category before her Debbie Allen took the trophy for “Fame” in 1983 because of ABC series which represents an American family Tracee Ellis is also the first black women who are even nominated for the first time after 1984 when Allen and Nell Carter of “Gimme a Break” in the Golden Globes award held in 1984.




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