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‘Black Panther,’ ‘The Daily Show with Trevor Noah’ among NAACP Image Awards pre-televised winners

by The Grio

Ahead of Saturday’s ceremony, the organizers of the NAACP Image Awards have announced the pre-televised winners, including Outstanding Variety Show, Talk Show and Podcast.

As theGrio previously reported, the “54th NAACP Image Awards” celebrates “black excellence” across various industries including film, music, television and literature. This week, the NAACP and BET announced four rounds of pre-televised winners. TheGrio covered the first round of winners, which included music stars like Beyoncé and Rihanna.

The second round of winners were in the literary, variety show, reality program, news information awards categories. Jennifer Hudson, who is currently hosting the first season of “The Jennifer Hudson Show,” won Outstanding Host in a Talk or News/Information, while “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” won Outstanding Variety or Game Show (Series or Special).

The third round of non-televised awards included winners from outstanding short-form series, children’s program and voice-over performance categories. “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” took home Outstanding Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture. Keke Palmer won Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance for her performance in “Lightyear.”

In television categories, Quinta Brunson (“Abbott Elementary”) earned Outstanding Breakthrough Creative (Television) and Nia Long won Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Television Movie, Limited–Series or Dramatic Special for “The Best Man: The Final Chapters.”

The fourth round of winners honored outstanding work in podcasts, directing, writing and more. Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series went to Brittani Nichols for “Abbott Elementary,” while Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series went to Marissa Jo Cerar for “Women of the Movement.”

Earlier this week, the NAACP and BET announced that Queen Latifah will host the ceremony. “This is a night to…

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