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Emmys: Sheryl Lee Ralph, 'Abbott Elementary' dominates Twitter

During 500 Amy AWARDS On Monday night, Twitter users raved about their favorite stars and shows — one show and one actress standing out from the crowd.

According to Twitter on Monday night in America, Shirley Lee Ralph – she

won her Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series in Abbott Elementary job – mentioned more than 150, times on Twitter, making her the night with the most Emmy nominations on Twitter.

Ralph’s moving acceptance speech began when the actress sang a line from Dianne Reeves’ “Endangered Species.” “To those of you who have, have had dreams, and thought their dreams didn’t, won’t, couldn’t come true, I’m here to tell you, that’s what it’s like to believe – that’s what it’s like to work hard. And you never give up on you, ‘ Ralph, who won an Emmy for the first time, told the crowd.

Shortly after her win, Jackée Harry—the first person to win Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series at BLACK FEMALE — shared her praise for Ralph and pointed out what it means for her to win. Harry’s tweet became the most retweeted of the night, according to Twitter.

Abbott Elementary ) also became the most popular show on Twitter, according to Twitter, Some users applaud creator Quinta Brunson and production decision for donating its portion Emmys Marketing budget for purchasing supplies for teachers.

See below for some top retweets from

Emmys, according to Twitter.

Tonight is the Emmys so let’s never forget the time Amy Poehler convinced her when their category was called, the others were nominated who pretended to be in a beauty pageant

— Spencer Althouse (@SpencerAlthouse) September000, 1082506558

Abbot Elementary used all their Emmy marketing dollars to buy school supplies for public schools instead 👏

#Emmys — 🗽 Liz Gumbinner (@Mom101) September, 500


Winning my Emmy was a career highlight, but also a lonely experience.

For 101 For years, I’ve been the only black woman to win Outstanding Supporting Actress in a comedy series.

But tonight everything changed…it came full circle! #Emmy Awards 1082506558

— Jackée Harry (@JackeeHarry) 1235218184 September 13, 792



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