Tracee Ellis Ross wins the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a comedy or musical on television, making her the first black woman to be awarded since Debbie Allen in 1983. The forty-four year-young and beautiful actress was awarded for the role she played in the second season of ABC’s black-ish and also made sure not to only recognize all women of color but all the “colorful people” dedicating her acceptance speech to them. Also She made sure to thank everyone whom she felt that made it possible for her to be honored with the award. Tracee has been in the field since 1996 and there is no doubt she will continue to make us proud.

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