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Emmy Awards 2021: Who won what? Here’s the full list of stars and shows taking home awards

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The Crown, Ted Lasso, Mare Of Easttown, Hacks and The Queen’s Gambit were all big winners at this year’s Emmy Awards. Here are the details of all the main winners.

From The Crown to Ted Lasso, find out which stars and shows have been named winners at TV’s biggest awards night.

Here are the details of the main 2021 Emmy Awards winners.

Limited or Anthology Series – The Queen’s Gambit

I May Destroy You

Mare Of EasttownAdvertisement

The Underground Railroad

Wandavision

Lead Actor – Limited or Anthology Series or Movie – Ewan McGregor, Halston

Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton)

Leslie Odom Jr (Hamilton)

Hugh Grant (The Undoing)

Paul Bettany (WandaVision)

Lead Actress – Limited or Anthology Series or Movie – Kate Winslet, Mare Of Easttown

Cynthia Erivo (Genius: Aretha Franklin)

Michaela Coel (I May Destroy You)

Anya Taylor-Joy (The Queen’s Gambit)

Elizabeth Olsen (WandaVision)

Supporting Actor – Limited or Anthology Series or Movie – Evan Peters, Mare Of Easttown

Daveed Diggs (Hamilton)

Jonathan Groff (Hamilton)

Anthony Ramos (Hamilton)

Paapa Essiedu (I May Destroy You)

Thomas Brodie-Sangster (The Queen’s Gambit)

Supporting Actress – Limited or Anthology Series or Movie – Julianne Nicholson, Mare Of Easttown

Phillipa Soo (Hamilton)

Renee Elise Goldsberry (Hamilton)

Jean Smart (Mare Of Easttown)

Moses Ingram (The Queen’s Gambit)

Kathryn Hahn (WandaVision)

Directing – Limited or Anthology Series or Movie – Scott Frank, The Queen’s Gambit

Hamilton

I May Destroy You

Mare Of Easttown

The Underground Railroad

WandaVision

Writing – Limited or Anthology Series or Movie – Michaela Coel, I May Destroy You

Mare Of Easttown

The Queen’s Gambit

WandaVision

Outstanding Drama Series – The Crown

Bridgerton

Lovecraft Country

Pose

The Boys

The Handmaid’s Tale

The Mandalorian

This is Us

Actor – Drama – Josh O’Connor, The Crown

Sterling K Brown (This Is Us)

Jonathan Majors (Lovecraft Country)

Rege-Jean Page (Bridgerton)

Billie Porter (Pose)

Matthew Rhys (Perry Mason)

Actress – Drama – Olivia Colman, The Crown

Uzo Udoba (In Treatment)

Emma Corrin (The Crown)

Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale)

MJ Rodriguez (Pose)

Jurnee Smollet (Lovecraft Country)

Supporting Actor – Drama – Tobias Menzies, The Crown

Michael K Williams (Lovecraft Country)

John Lithgow (Perry Mason)

O-T Fagbenle (The Handmaid’s Tale)

Max Minghella (The Handmaid’s Tale)

Bradley Whitford (The Handmaid’s Tale)

Giancarlo Esposito (The Mandalorian)

Chris Sullivan (This is Us)

Supporting Actress – Drama – Gillian Anderson, The Crown

Aunjanue Ellis (Lovecraft Country)

Emerald Fennell (The Crown)

Helena Bonham Carter (The Crown)

Yvonne Strahovski (The Handmaid’s Tale)

Samira Wiley (The Handmaid’s Tale)

Madeline Brewer (The Handmaid’s Tale)

Ann Dowd (The Handmaid’s Tale)

Guest Actor – Drama – Courtney B Vance, Lovecraft Country

Charles Dance (The Crown)

Don Cheadle (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier)

Carl Weathers (The Mandalorian)

Timothy Olyphant (The Mandalorian)

Guest Actress – Drama – Claire Foy, The Crown

Sophie Okonedo (Ratched)

Alexis Bledel (The Handmaid’s Tale)

McKenna Grace (The Handmaid’s Tale)

Phylicia Rashad (This is Us)

Directing – Drama – Jessica Hobbs, The Crown

Bridgerton

Pose

The Handmaid’s Tale

The Mandalorian

Writing – Drama – Peter Morgan, The Crown

Lovecraft Country

Pose

The Boys

The Handmaid’s Tale

The Mandalorian

Comedy – Ted Lasso

Black-ish

Cobra Kai

Emily In Paris

Hacks

Pen15

The Flight Attendant

The Kominsky Method

Comedy Actor – Jason Sudeikis, Ted Lasso

Anthony Anderson (Black-ish)

Michael Douglas (The Komsinky Method)

William H Macy (Shameless)

Kenan Thompson (Kenan)

Comedy Actress – Jean Smart, Hacks

Aidy Bryant (Shrill)

Kaley Cuoco (The Flight Attendant)

Allison Janney (Mom)

Tracey Ellis Ross (Black-ish)

Comedy Supporting Actor – Brett Goldstein, Ted Lasso

Carl Clemons-Hopkins (Hacks)

Kenan Thompson (Saturday Night Live)

Bowen Yang (Saturday Night Live)

Brendan Hunt (Ted Lasso)

Nick Mohammed (Ted Lasso)

Jeremy Swift (Ted Lasso)

Paul Reiser (The Kominsky Method)

Comedy Supporting Actress – Hannah Waddingham, Ted Lasso

Hannah Einbinder (Hacks)

Aidy Bryant (Saturday Night Live)

Kate McKinnon (Saturday Night Live)

Cecily Strong (Saturday Night Live)

Juno Temple (Ted Lasso)

Rosie Perez (The Flight Attendant)

Comedy Guest Actor – Dave Chappelle, Saturday Night Live

Dan Levy (Saturday Night Live)

Alec Baldwin (Saturday Night Live)

Daniel Kaluuya (Saturday Night Live)

Morgan Freeman (The Kominsky Method)

Comedy Guest Actress – Maya Rudolph, Saturday Night Live

Yvette Nicole Brown (A Black Lady Sketch Show)

Issa Rae (A Black Lady Sketch Show)

Jane Adams (Hacks)

Kristen Wiig (Saturday Night Live)

Bernadette Peters (Saturday Night Live)

Comedy Directing – Lucia Aniello, Hacks

B Positive

Mom

Ted Lasso

The Flight Attendant

Comedy Writing – Hacks

Girls 5 Eva

Pen15

Ted Lasso

The Flight Attendant

Structured Reality – Queer Eye

Antique’s Roadshow

Property Brothers: Forever Home

Running Wild With Bear Grylls

Shark Tank

Unstructured Reality – RuPaul’s Drag Race Untucked

Becoming

Below Deck

Indian Matchmaking

Selling Sunset

Competition Programme – RuPaul’s Drag Race

Nailed It

The Amazing Race

The Voice

Top Chef

Talk Show – Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

Conan

Jimmy Kimmel Live

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

Variety Sketch Series – Saturday Night Live

A Black Lady Sketch Show

Writing (Series) – Last Week Tonight With John Oliver

A Black Lady Sketch Show

Saturday Night Live

The Amber Ruffin Show

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

Variety Special Live – Stephen Colbert’s Election Night

Celebrating America – An Inauguration Special

The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards

The Oscars

The Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show Starring The Weeknd

Variety Pre-Recorded Special – Hamilton

8.46 – Dave Chappelle

A West Wing Special To Benefit When We All Vote

Bo Burnham: Inside

David Byrne’s American Utopia

Friends: The Reunion

TV movie – Dolly Parton’s Christmas On The Square

Oslo

Robin Roberts Presents: Mahalia

Sylvie’s Love

Uncle Frank

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I’m happy Shatta Wale is in custody; God has punished him – Blakk Rasta

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Over the past few days, Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has been in the news.

Following his fake gun attack, the popular Dancehall artiste, born Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, has been talked about all over the country.

Protesting the menace of fake prophecies, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr faked an attack on him on Monday, October 18 but later turned himself in to the police on Tuesday after they declared him wanted.

He has since been remanded in police custody by an Accra Circuit Court.

While most people have called for his release, a lot of people have said that the laws of the land should deal with him and his punishment should serve as a deterrent to other artistes.

One person who seems happy with Shatta Wale’s ordeal is fellow artiste and radio presenter Blakk Rasta.

The Reggae artiste has not seen eye to eye with the Dancehall artiste since 2016.

On Entertainment 360 with Tony Best on Saturday, October 23, Blakk Rasta said he was really happy Shatta Wale is in police custody.

He told the host the law should deal with Shatta Wale and he should be shown no mercy.

“I am really happy he is in police custody, no one is above the law. It’s his punishment, God has punished Shatta Wale,” he said.

Blakk Rasta revealed on the show that Shatta Wale once asked him to go on his knees and beg him before he will agree on a collaboration with him.

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Netflix staff join protests outside its headquarters over controversial stand-up show by Dave Chappelle

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Chappelle has been accused of making anti-transgender comments in a special show which is on Netflix.

Staff at Netflix’s headquarters in Hollywood have staged a walkout in protest at the release of a controversial special by the stand-up comedian Dave Chappelle.

Chappelle, one of the biggest names in American comedy, has been accused of making anti-transgender comments in the hour-long special The Closer.

But Netflix has refused to remove the special from its streaming service despite a backlash from the transgender community, both within the company and outside.

Dave Chappelle. Pic: Netflix/Mathieu Bitton
Image:People are asking Dave Chappelle’s show to be removed from Netflix. Pic: Netflix/Mathieu Bitton

Employees joined the planned walkout to take part in a rally outside one of the company main campuses in Hollywood.

There were also scuffles as counter-protesters – carrying signs reading “We like Dave” and “Jokes are funny” – tried to disrupt the rally.Advertisement

To background chants of “Trans Lives Matter”, campaigners pushed for Netflix to respond to a list of “asks” including the hiring of more trans executives and greater spending on trans and non-binary content.

Protest organiser Ashlee Marie Preston told the rally: “We’re here to speak directly to Netflix. We tried to speak to Dave Chappelle but he was not having the conversation so we’re communicating directly with the people who sign the cheques. We’re not going away.”

As well as criticism for streaming the special, Netflix has also come under fire for its handling of the backlash.

There were scuffles as counter-protesters held up signs that said 'Dave is funny'
Image:There were scuffles as counter-protesters held up signs that said ‘Dave is funny’

Chief executive Ted Sarandos has walked back his claim that content didn’t “directly translate to real-world harm”.

He told Deadline: “I should have made sure to recognise that a group of employees was hurting very badly from the decision made. I respect them deeply and I love the contribution they have at Netflix.”

But he continues to stand by the decision to stream the special, telling the Hollywood Reporter: “We tell our employees that some of the content on Netflix you’re not going to like.

“This kind of commitment to artistic expression and free artistic expression is sometimes in conflict with people feeling protected and safe. I do think that’s something we struggle with all the time.”

 Netflix has refused to remove the special from its streaming service
Image:Netflix has refused to remove the special from its streaming service

A number of Netflix stars have expressed their support for the walkout.

Elliot Page, who starred in The Umbrella Academy and is transgender, tweeted: “I stand with trans, nonbinary, and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) employees at Netflix fighting for more and better trans stories and a more inclusive workplace.”

Netflix staff staged a walk-out in protest of a Dave Chappelle show, which people say features transphobic content
Image:Netflix staff staged a walkout in protest of a Dave Chappelle show, which people say features transphobic content

As the walkout was taking place, Chappelle himself was on stage in London.

Fans at the venue told Sky News that they believed entertainers needed to be conscious of how their words affected people.

“We as a society shouldn’t be marginalising or prejudicing any community,” said one.

But another added: “A joke’s a joke. It’s not meaning anything to hurt someone’s feelings.”

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Women, ego and friends are the cause of music group failures – Yaw Grey of Mobile Boys

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Yaw Grey, formerly of Mobile Boys, has attributed the failure of most music groups in Ghana to the women, ego, friends and lack of maturity. He believes that these factors caused groups like Mobile boys, 4×4, Praye and others to break up prematurely.

Discussing the causes of Music Group splits in the industry on SimplyShowbiz, Yaw Grey referenced his former group as a case study. He explained that Reggie Rockstone was the one who brought them together and called them Mobile Boys (Kochoko, Nkonya and himself). But when Reggie travelled, Kochoko left without giving the others any notice. And since they hadn’t signed any contract, the seams of the group began to fall apart.

“Certain things will make a group fallout. I will say four factors, and that is ego, maturity, women and friends. These things mess us up and for me, what messed up our group was ego and money. And maturity was not there for us to know and understand what we had at that particular time. We were just rappers enjoying our rap talent. We get calls for shows and the rest, so the business part wasn’t really considered like it is today in the music industry.”

Yaw Grey also explained how his decision to bring back his former group members together backfired because of pride. He further declared his stance of remaining solo rather than going back to being in a group.

“I will not go back or form any group again. I can stay relevant depending on my hard work and if I’m consistent. If people are not following what you’re doing, then it means you’re doing nothing. The reason why it will be difficult for me to go back to the group is the question of if my partners are also ready. If they are ready to walk along. I started with a group, and I’ve learnt my lessons. I tried bringing back the group two years ago, and it failed because of ego.”

Yaw Grey urged everyone to support and stream his newest feature with Dancehall artiste Samini titled ‘No No’, available on all music platforms.

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