Ariana DeBose put the name North Carolina high because the original of the state and who is one Afro-Latin won a Golden Globe last night Per Westside story, that romantic film directed by Steven Spielberg.
DeBose, 30, soon to be 31, played Anita and took the award home with her The best supporting actress.
Ariana dedicates a few words to her account on social networks such as Instagram, where she has almost 230,000 followers:
“There is still a lot to be done, but when you see that the project that you have worked so hard into, into which you have poured blood, sweat, tears and love, is recognized, it will always be something very special”, wrote the young actress.
In social networks, Ariana talked about being Afro-Latin and queer and the importance of these two communities represented in media and entertainment.
DeBose, Afro-Latino and North Carolina who won a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress graduated from Wake Forest High School and his mother has a dance company in Raleigh.
DeBose also announced on social media that she will host Saturday Night Live over the weekend.
In addition to Ariana, the Spielberg band, West Side Story, took home two more awards, including Best Picture and Best Performance by an Actress in a Film, both for Musical or Comedy.
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