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From The Golden Globes To The Creative Arts Emmys, See Who Won Big Over The Weekend

Last night, the 2024 Golden Globes took over the internet, with attendees making chic fashion statements and having giddy moments on the red carpet and during the show. Issa Rae had the cutest moment with Recess Therapy, a media outlet where kids ask questions. The little girls gushed over Issa playing President Barbie in the Barbie movie, and Issa was very delighted. Another red carpet moment included Sheryl Lee Ralph being surprised after seeing Lenny Kravitz (really, who can blame her) behind her when she spun around to show off her dress. When it came to the fashions, the celebs shut it down. Some standouts include Abbott Elementarystars Janelle James and Tyler James Williams, The Color Purple star Colman Domingo, Skai Jackson, and Oprah Winfrey.


But that wasn't the only ceremony that took place over the weekend. The Creative Arts Emmys also held its ceremonies on Saturday and Sunday, and it included some of our faves taking home the beloved trophy. Check out the winners from both the Golden Globes and Creative Arts Emmys:

​Ayo Edebiri

Ayo Edebiri won her first Golden Globe for her role in The Bear in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series--Musical or Comedy category. The actress was visibly nervous as she gave her acceptance speech and thanked everyone from her The Bear family, her real family, and even "manager assistants." "The people who answer my emails, y'all are real ones," she said.

Keke Palmer

Keke Palmer Wins Creative Arts Emmy Award 2024

Keke Palmer

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Keke Palmer was all smiles after winning an Emmy for Outstanding Host for a Game Show for NBC’s Password. She took to Instagram to share the exciting news. "Couldn’t do it without you @jimmyfallon! I’m so grateful for the opportunity to be apart of such a classic game show such as Password. It’s a true honor, I won! I’m excited, BOOTS! Thank you to the @televisionacad ✨ ," she wrote. The mom of one is the first woman in 15 years to win that category.

Storm Reid

Storm Reid Wins Creative Arts Emmy 2024

Storm Reid

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Storm Reid took home an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actress In a Drama Series for The Last of Us. The actress expressed how grateful she was in an Instagram post. "i’m still at a loss for words and utterly astounded. thank y’all for the love. thank you to everyone who has been part of my journey and poured into me. thank you for allowing me to be y’all’s Riley. I’m forever indebted and honored. i love you, mommy! Matthew 17:20," she wrote.

Jasmine Guy

Jasmine Guy Wins Creative Arts Emmy 2024

Jasmine Guy

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Legendary actress Jasmine Guy won her first Emmy after being nominated for the first time. The A Different Worldalum took home the Emmy for Outstanding Actress in a Short-form Comedy or Drama Series for Chronicles Of Jessica Wu. “I appreciate that my creative community has kept me in their loving arms,” she said via Variety.

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