Beyoncé might have to free up space in her prize cabinet! The “Still Alive” singer received her first Daytime Emmy Award nomination on Thursday. He earned his mother, Tina Knowles-Lawson, a nomination for Outstanding Original Song for writing the theme song for the Facebook Watch series, Conversation with Mama Tina,
The theme song begins with Tina’s four grandchildren — Solange’s son, Julez, 17, and Beyoncé’s children, Blue Ivy, 9, and twins Sir and Rumi, 4 — shouting, “Let’s talk about it, Grandma! “
It then cuts to Beyoncé singing, “Whatever it is, we can talk about it. Tell me how you feel, we can talk about it. Say what’s on your mind.” Well, we can talk about it. Simple conversation without limits, come and talk to Mama Tina.”
Tina was clearly appreciating the special treatment! when she previewed the series and song on instagramHe wrote, “Thank you my baby @beyonce and my beautiful grand babies for creating this special theme song for the show.”
Beyoncé has previously received eight Primetime Emmy Award nominations over the years. Most recently, he received four Emmy nominations in 2019 for his Netflix special, Homecoming: A Beyoncé filmWhich documented his iconic 2018 Coachella performance.
Live concert film nominated for Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-recorded), Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special, Outstanding Production Design for a Variety Special, Outstanding Costumes for a Variety (Non-fiction or Reality Programming), Outstanding Direction for a Variety it was done. Special and Outstanding Music Direction.
Beyoncé has yet to win an Emmy Award, but was previously nominated for Outstanding Special Class Program in 2015 for Outstanding Short-Format Live-Action Entertainment Program for Super Bowl XlVII Halftime Show in 2013. on the run tour With husband JAY-Z, and in 2016 for Outstanding Variety, Musical, or Comedy Special and Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special lemonade,
The 49th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards will be available to stream live and on-demand from the Pasadena Civic Center on Friday, June 24 from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. ET, delayed PT, on CBS, and on Paramount+.
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