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AWARD SHOW FAB: The 42nd Annual NAACP IMAGE AWARDS

The 42nd NAACP Image Awards were held tonight at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, with Prince making a very special appearance.  See what very special award brought the "Kiss" singer out along with pics of a who's who from Halle Berry to Tyler Perry inside...

 

The ceremony was co-hosted by Wayne Brady and Holly Robinson Peete.  

Wayne Brady's face while on stage with Holly Robinson Peete was priceless.  It was great to see them together. 

During the pre-awards portion of the show,  Holly won the Outstanding Literary Work - Children' award for My Brother Charlie co-written with her daughter. 

And of course Wanye Brady was a constant entertainer all evening. 

 

The show honored some very talented individuals.  

Tyler Perry had a big night racking up awards for Outstanding Motion Picture and Outstanding Director in a Motion Picture for the film For Colored Girls.

Terry McMillan won in the Best Literary Work - Fiction category for Getting to Happy.

Regina King won Best Actress in a Drama Series for "Southland."

The Best Writing in a Drama Series award went to Shonda Rhimes.   

Sofia Vergara won Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her work on "Modern Family." 

LL Cool J was awarded the Best Actor in a Drama Series award for his work on "NCIS: Los Angeles."

 

For her work in For Colored Girls, Kimberly Elise won Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture.
 

Prince presented the award for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture to Halle Berry.   

Halle won for her role in Frankie & Alice. The movie also won for outstanding independent film.

Colin Powell was presented the President's Award.

 

  

And during the show, a who' who in Hollywood appeared on stage.

Cicely Tyson and Vanessa L. Williams both looked stunning.

Fab twins Tia and Tamera appeared on stage baring the smiles we have all loved for years.

Benjamin Bratt and Viola Davis were presenters.

Blair Underwood made the audience swoon when he walked on stage.  

Kerry Washington and Anthony Mackie were among the presenters. 

And Anika Noni Rose and Jason Derulo were presenters.

And the fabulous Angela Bassett looked amazing in a mocha crunchy beaded THEIA cocktail dress embellished with thousands of different colored and sized sequins.

Tyler Perry posed with actress Kerry Washington who starred in his For Colored Girls film.

Halle Berry looked fabulous in Pucci.

It looks like Tyler Perry asked someone for silence so he could listen to the show.

And Mary Mary caught the spirit while on stage.

 

Below is a complete list of winners:

TELEVISION

Comedy Series

30 Rock (NBC)

Are We There Yet? (TBS)
Glee (FOX)
Modern Family (ABC)
Tyler Perry's House of Payne (TBS)
 
Actor in a Comedy Series
David Mann – Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns (TBS)
Dule Hill – Psych (USA)
LaVan Davis – Tyler Perry's House of Payne(TBS)
Phil Morris – Love That Girl! (TV One)
Terry Crews – Are We There Yet?"(TBS)
 
Actress in a Comedy Series
Cassi Davis – Tyler Perry's House of Payne (TBS)
Essence Atkins – Are We There Yet? (TBS)
Salli Richardson-Whitfield – Eureka (Syfy)
Tatyana Ali – Love That Girl! (TV One)
Vanessa L. Williams – Desperate Housewives (ABC)

 

Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

Craig Robinson - The Office (NBC)
Ice Cube - Are We There Yet? (TBS)
Lamman Rucker - Meet the Browns (TBS)
Lance Gross - Tyler Perry's House of Payne (TBS)
Tracy Morgan - 30 Rock (NBC)

Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

Amber Riley - Glee (FOX)
Anna Deavere Smith - Nurse Jackie (Showtime)
Keshia Knight Pulliam - Tyler Perry's House of Payne (TBS)
Sofia Vergara - Modern Family (ABC)
Viola Davis - United States of Tara (Showtime)

Drama Series

Detroit 1-8-7 (ABC)
Grey's Anatomy (ABC)
HawthoRNe (TNT)
Law & Order: Special Victim's Unit (NBC)
Treme (HBO)

Actor in a Drama Series

Anthony Anderson - Law & Order (NBC)
Blair Underwood - The Event (NBC)
Hill Harper - CSI: NY (CBS)
Laurence Fishburne - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS)
LL Cool J - NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS)

Actress in a Drama Series

Chandra Wilson - Grey's Anatomy (ABC)
Gu-Gu Mbatha-Raw - Undercovers (NBC)
Jada Pinkett-Smith - HawthoRNe (TNT)
Regina King - Southland (TNT)
Wendy Davis - Army Wives (Lifetime)

Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Andre Braughner - Men of a Certain Age (TNT)
Giancarlo Esposito - Breaking Bad (AMC)
James Pickens, Jr. - Grey's Anatomy (ABC)
Nelsan Ellis - True Blood (HBO)
Terrence Howard - Law & Order: Los Angeles (NBC)

Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

Alfre Woodard - Memphis Beat (TNT)
Sandra Oh - Grey's Anatomy (ABC)
Sara Ramirez - Grey's Anatomy (ABC)
S. Epatha Merkerson - Law & Order (NBC)
Vanessa Bell Calloway - HawthoRNe (TNT)

 

Television Movie - Miniseries or Dramatic Special

America: The Story of Us (Part 4) (History)
Filling the Gap (PBS)
Luther (BBC America)
Sins of the Mother (Lifetime Movie Network)
The Wronged Man (Lifetime Movie Network)
 
Actor in a Television Movie - Miniseries or Dramatic Special
Benito Martinez – Lies in Plain Sight (Lifetime Movie Network)
Idris Elba – Luther (BBC America)
Jon Seda – The Pacific (HBO)
Mahershalalhashbaz Ali – The Wronged Man (Lifetime Movie Network)
Michael Jai White – One Angry Juror (Lifetime Movie Network)

 

 

Actress in a Television Movie - Mini-Series or Dramatic Special
Jill Scott – Sins of the Mother (Lifetime Movie Network)
Lucy Liu – Marry Me (Lifetime Movie Network)
Rosie Perez – Lies in Plain Sight (Lifetime Movie Network)
Tamera Mowry – Double Wedding (Lifetime Movie Network)
Tia Mowry – Double Wedding (Lifetime Movie Network)

 

 
Actor in a Daytime Drama Series
Aaron D. Spears - The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)
Cornelius Smith, Jr. - All My Children (ABC)
Darnell Williams - All My Children (ABC)
Rodney Saulsberry - The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS)

 

 
Actress in a Daytime Drama Series

Debbi Morgan - All My Children (ABC)
Julia Pace Mitchell - The Young and the Restless (CBS)
Tatyana Ali - The Young and the Restless (CBS)

Tonya Lee Williams - The Young and the Restless (CBS)
Yvette Freeman - The Bold and Beautiful (CBS)

 

 
News/Information - Series or Special

A Conversation with President Obama - (BET, CMT, MTV)
Anderson Cooper 360 (CNN)
The Judge Mathis Show (Syndicated)
Unsung (TV One)
Washington Watch with Roland Martin (TV One)

Talk Series

Conversations with Ed Gordon (BET Networks)
Larry King Live (CNN)
The Mo'Nique Show (BET Networks)
The View (ABC)
TV One on One with Cathy Hughes (TV One)

Reality Series

American Idol (FOX)
America's Next Top Model (The CW)
Dancing with the Stars (ABC)
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (ABC)
Sunday Best (BET Networks)

Variety - Series or Special

2010 Best Honors (BET Networks)
Beyonce: I AM...WORLD TOUR (ABC)
Black Girls Rock! (BET Networks)
TV One Night Only: Live from the Essence Music Festival (TV One)
UNCF An Evening of Stars Tribute to Lionel Richie (Syndicated)

Children's Program

Brave New Voices 2010 (HBO)
Dora the Explorer (Nickelodeon)
The Backyardigans (Nickelodeon)
True Jackson, VP (Nickelodeon)
Wizards of Waverly Place (Disney Channel)

Performance in Youth/Children's Program - Series or Special

KeKe Palmer - True Jackson, VP (Nickelodeon)
Lance Robertson - Yo Gabba Gabba: Baby (Nickelodeon)
Nick Cannon - TeenNick Halo Awards 2010 (TeenNick)
Selena Gomez - Wizards of Waverly Place (Disney Channel)
Victoria Justice - Victorious (Nickelodeon)

RECORDING
New Artist
B.o.B (Rebel Rock/Grand Hustle/Atlantic)
Bruno Mars (Elektra Records)
Jason Derulo (Warner Bros. Records)
Nicki Minaj (Young Money/Cash Money/Universal Motown)
Willow (Roc Nation/Columbia Records)

 

 

Male Artist
Cee Lo Green (Elektra Records)
Jay-Z (Roc Nation/Def Jam)
Kanye West (Island Def Jam Music Group)
Ne-Yo (Island Def Jam Music Group)
Usher (Laface/Jive Records)

 

 

Female Artist
Chrisette Michele (Island Def Jam Music Group)
Corinne Bailey Rae (Capitol Records)
Mary J. Blige (Geffen Records/Matriarch)
Rihanna (Island Def Jam Music Group)

Sade (Epic Records)
 

Duo, Group, or Collaboration

Diddy-Dirty Money (Bad Boy/Interscope)
Eminem & Rihanna (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope)
Herbie Hancock feat. India Arie, Chaka Khan and others (Hancock Music)
John Legend and The Roots (Columbia Records)
The Black Eyed Peas (Interscope)
 

Jazz Album

Dee Dee Bridgewater Eleanora Fagan (1915-1959): To Billie With Love from Dee Dee - Dee Dee Bridgwater (EmArcy/Decca Label Group/DDB Records)
From Billie Holiday to Edith Piaf: Live in Marciac - The Wynton Marsalis Quintet & Richard (The Orchard)
Geri Allen & Timeline Live - Geri Allen & Timeline Live (Motema Music)
The Imagine Project - Herbie Hancock (Hancock Music)
VOCAbuLarieS - Bobby McFerrin (Universal Music Group/Decca/Emarcy)
 

Gospel Album - Traditional or Contemporary

Gospel According to Jazz, Chapter III - Kirk Whalum (Rendezvous Music/Mack Avenue Records)
Here I Am - Marvin Sapp (Verity Gospel Music Group)
Just Love Deluxe - Brian Courtney Wilson (Music World Gospel)
Master Plan - Tamela Mann (TillyMann)
You Are Not Alone - Marvin Sapp (ANTI Records)
 

World Music Album

Hymns for Rebel Soul - Rocky Dawuni (Aquarian Records)
Oyo - Angelique Kidjo (Razor & Tie)
The Imagine Project - Herbie Hancock (Hancock Music)
The Sound of Sunshine - Michael Franti (EMI Music)
VOCAbuLarieS - Bobby McFerrin (Universal Music Group/Decca/Emarcy)

 

Music Video

Fistful of Tears - Maxwell (Columbia Records)
Solider of Love - Sade (Epic Records)
Un-thinkable (I'm Ready) - Alicia Keys (J Records)
Whip My Hair - Willow (Roc Nation/Columbia Records)
Why Don't You Love Me - Beyonce Knowles (Columbia Records)

 

Song
Bittersweet – Fantasia (J Records)
Fistful of Tears – Maxwell (Columbia Records)
Forget You – Cee-Lo Green (Elektra Records)
Soldier of Love – Sade (Epic Records)
Un-thinkable (I'm Ready) – Alicia Keys (J Records)
Album
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy – Kanye West (Island Def Jam Music Group)
Now and Then – Smokey Robinson (Saguaro Road/Cracker Barrel/Robso Records)
Raymond vs. Raymond – Usher (Laface/Jive Records)
Soldier of Love – Sade (Epic Records)
WakeUp! – John Legend and The Roots (Columbia Records)
LITERATURE
 
Literary Work - Fiction
A Taste of Honey – Jabari Asim (Broadway Books)
Getting to Happy – Terry McMillan (Penguin Group)
Glorious – Bernice L. McFadden (Akashic Books)
Till You Hear From Me – Pearl Cleage (Ballantine Books/One World)
Wench – Dolen Perkins-Valdez (Amistad)
 
Literary Work -Non-Fiction
Brainwashed: Challenging the Myth of Black Inferiority – Tom Burrell (SmileyBooks)
Handson the Freedom Plow: Personal Accounts of Women in SNCC – Editors: Faith S. Holsaert, Judy Richardson, Martha Prescod Norman Noonan, Betty Garman Robinson, Jean Smith Young, Dorothy M. Zellner (University of Illinois Press)
Surviving and Thriving 365 Days in Black Economic History – Dr. Julianne Malveaux (Last Word Productions, Inc.)
The History of White People – Nell Irvin Painter (W.W. Norton & Company)
The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness – Michelle Alexander (The New Press)

Literary Work - Debut Author

Wench - Dolen Perkins-Valdez (Amistad)
The Girl Who Fell From the Sky - Heidi Durrow (Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill)
The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration - Isabel Wilkerson (Random House)

Beneath the Lion's Gaze - Maaza Mengiste (W.W. Norton & Company)
Forest Gate - Peter Akinti (Free Press/Simon & Schuster)

Literary Work - Biography/Auto-Biography

Conversations with Myself - Ruth Hobday, Nelson Mandela (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)
Decoded - Jay-Z (Spiegel & Gran, a Division of Random House)
Extraordinary, Ordinary People - Condoleezza Rice (Crown Archetype)
I'm Still Standing: From Captive U.S. Soldier to Free Citizen - My Journey Home - Shoshana Johnson, Mary Doyle (Touchstone, An Imprint of Simon & Schuster)
You Don't Know Me: Reflections of My Father, Ray Charles - Ray Charles Robinson, Jr. (Crown)

Literary Work - Instructional

A Boy Should Know How to Tie a Tie: And Other Lessons for Succeeding in Life - Antwone Fisher (Touchstone, An Imprint of Simon & Schuster)
Diet-Free For Life: A Revolutionary Food, Fitness, and Mindset Makeover to Maximize Fat Loss - Robert Ferguson (Penguin Group USA, Perigee Hardcover)
If it Takes A Village, Build One: How I Found Meaning Through a Life of Service and 100+ Ways You Can Too - Malaak Compton-Rock (Crown Archetype)
The Blueprint: A Plan for Living Above Life's Storms - Kirk Franklin (Gotham Books)
The Little Black Book of Success: Laws of Leadership for Black Women - Elaine Meryl Brown, Rhonda McLean, Marsha Haygood (Ballantine Books/One World)

Literary Work - Poetry

100 Best African-American Poems - Nikki Giovanni (Sourcebooks MediaFusion)
Hard Times Require Furious Dancing - Alice Walker (Author), Shiloh McCloud (Illustrator) (New World Library)
Holding Company - Major Jackson (W.W. Norton & Company)
Stuck On the Marrow - Camille T. Dungy (Red Hen Press)
White Egrets - Derek Walcott (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)
 

Literary Work - Children

Grandma's Gift - Eric Velasquez (Bloomsbury USA Children's Books)
Mama Miti: Wangai Maathai and the Tree of Kenya - Donna Jo Napoli (Author), Kadir Nelson (Illustrator) (Paul Wiseman Books, Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing)
My Brother Charlie - Holly Robinson Peete, Ryan Elizabeth Peete (Authors) , Shane W. Evans (Illustrator) (Scholastic Press)
Side By Side/Lado a Lado: The Story of Delores Huerta and Cesar Chavez - Monica Brown (Author), Joe Cepada (Illustrator) (Harper Collins Children's Books)

Literary Work - Youth/Teens

Condoleezza Rice A Memoir of My Extraordinary, Ordinary Family and Me - Condoleezza Rice (Random House Children's Books)
Lockdown - Walter Dean Myers (Harper Collins Children's Books)
Malcolm X: I Believe in the Brotherhood of Men, All Men - Jeff Burlingame (Enslow Publishers, Inc.)
Out of My Mind - Sharon Draper (Atheneum Young Reader)
One Crazy Summer - Rita Williams-Garcia (Harper Collins Children's Books)

 
MOTION PICTURE
Motion Picture
For Colored Girls (Lionsgate/34th Street Films)
Just Wright (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
The Book of Eli (Warner Bros. Pictures)
The Kids Are All Right (Focus Features)
Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too? (Lionsgate)
 
Actor in a Motion Picture
Anthony Mackie – Night Catches Us (Magnolia Pictures)
Common – Just Wright (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
Denzel Washington – The Book of Eli (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Jaden Smith – The Karate Kid (Columbia Pictures)
Morgan Freeman – Red (Summit Entertainment)
 
Actress in a Motion Picture
Halle Berry – Frankie & Alice (Freestyle Releasing)
Janet Jackson – Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too? (Lionsgate)
Kerry Washington – Night Catches Us (Magnolia Pictures)
Queen Latifah – Just Wright (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
Zoe Saldana – The Losers (Warner Bros. Pictures)

Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture

Don Cheale - Brooklyn's Finest (Overture Films)
Idris Elba - Takers (Screen Gems)
Justin Timberlake - The Social Network (Columbia Pictures)
Michael Ealy - For Colored Girls (Lionsgate/34th Street Films)
Samuel L. Jackson - Mother and Child (Sony Picture Classics)

 
Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture

Anika Noni Rose - For Colored Girls (Lionsgate/34th Street Films)
Kimberly Elise - For Colored Girls (Lionsgate/34th Street Films)
Phylicia Rashad - For Colored Girls (Lionsgate/34th Street Films)
Jill Scott - Why Did I Get Married Too? (Lionsgate)
Whoopi Goldberg - For Colored Girls (Lionsgate/34th Street Films)

Independent Motion Picture

Conviction (Fox Searchlight Pictures
Frankie & Alice (Freestyle Releasing)
La Mission (Screen Media Ventures)
Mother and Child (Sony Pictures Classics)
Night Catches Us (Magnolia Pictures)

Foreign Motion Picture

A Barefoot Dream (Showbox/Mediaplex)
Biutiful (Roadside Atrtractions)
Four Lions (Drafthouse Films)
Mother (Magnolia Pictures)
Outside the Law (Tessalit Productions)

Documentary - Theatrical or Television
For Love of Liberty: The Story of America's Black Patriots (PBS)
Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel (Metaphor Films)
If God is Willing and the Creek Don't Rise (HBO)
Waiting for Superman (Paramount Vantage)
William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe (POV)
 
 
WRITING
 
Writing in a Comedy Series
Aaron McGruder – The Boondocks -The Fund-Raiser (Cartoon Network)
Daniel Chun – The Office - Nepotism (NBC)
Kenny Smith – Pair of Kings - Where the Wild Kings Are (Disney XD)
Myra J. – Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns - Meet the Racist (TBS)

Vali Chandrasekaran – 30 Rock - Khonani (NBC)

 

Writing in a Drama Series

Alexander Woo - True Blood - "It Hurts Me Too" (HBO)
Janine Sherman Barrois - Criminal Minds - "Remembrance of Things Past (CBS)
Judith McCreary - Law & Order: Special Victims Unit - "Disabled" (NBC)
Leyani Diaz, Venessa Rojas - The Event - "Loyalty" (NBC)
Shonda Rhimes - Private Practice - "Did You Hear What Happened to Charlotte King?" (ABC)

 

 

Writing in a Motion Picture (Theatrical or Television)

Cheryl Edwards, Marko King, Mary King, Jonathan Walters, Joe Shrapnel, Anna Waterhouse - Frankie & Alice (Freestyle Releasing)
Michael C. Martin - Brooklyn's Finest (Overture Films)
Michael Elliot - Just Wright (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
Rodrigo Garcia - Mother and Child (Sony Pictures Classics)
Tyler Perry - Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too? (Lionsgate)

 

Directing in a Comedy Series
Joe Morton – Eureka -Stoned (Syfy)
Justin Lin – Community - Modern Warfare (NBC)
Ken Whittingham – 30 Rock -Anna Howard Shaw Day (NBC)
Kevin Rodney Sullivan – Modern Family -Game Changer (ABC)
Michael Schultz – Chuck" -Chuck vs. "The Couch Lock (NBC)
Directing in a Drama Series

Felix Acala - Southland - "What Makes Sammy Run" (TNT)
Millicent Shelton - Men of a Certain Age - "Go with the Flow" (TNT)
Paris Barclay - In Treatment - "Sunil: Week 6" (HBO)
Seith Mann - Friday Night Lights - "Injury List" (DirecTV/NBC)
Stephen L. Williams - Undercovers - "Instructions" (NBC)

Directing in a Motion Picture -Theatrical or Television

Geoffrey Sax - Frankie & Alice (Freestyle Releasing)
George Tillman, Jr. - Faster (CBS Films)
Tanya Hamilton - Night Catches Us (Magnolia Pictures)
The Hughes Brothers - The Book of Eli (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Tyler Perry - For Colored Girls (Lionsgate/34th Street Films) 

 

Photos via WireImage/Caulfield 

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Mary Mary look like drag

Mary Mary look like drag queens as usual....too overdone.
POLITICALLY INCORRECT's picture

I agree that their look in

I agree that their look in the pic is a bit overdone, but drag queens? They are far from it!
Anonymous's picture

Prince looks great as usual!!

Prince looks great as usual!! :-)
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Did anyone else see that

Did anyone else see that Willow got best new artist?????????WTFR!!!If I were B.O.B I would of done a Kanye West!!!lol
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How does "the house of payne"

How does "the house of payne" keep winning awards? I have never heard anyone ever mention this show not even at the beauty salon where we talk about every thing. What a joke!
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When I saw Halle and Prince

When I saw Halle and Prince on stage together, I thought about how his ex is engaged to be married to her ex ((hehehehehe)).
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Mary Mary look like clowns..

Mary Mary look like clowns.. I wish they would learn how to dress
Anonymous's picture

frankie & alice must be an

frankie & alice must be an OUSTANDING movie, because halle cannot act. she's a bad lookin broad ill give her that...but not an actress
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I thought it was just me who

I thought it was just me who thought she was a terrible actress. Very overrated.
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PRINCE, it's Time to Wear

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i think Tamera is pregnant.

i think Tamera is pregnant. everyone look so beautiful, including the men
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Girllllll get out of here YOU

Girllllll get out of here YOU don't say! Girl shut up! No, Girllllll stop! Who you kiddin? Forreal????? Nuh unnnnnnn!
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I have ZERO respect for the

I have ZERO respect for the NAACP Awards. This organization is highly irrelevant. This is all about self esteem not quality. The categories are even a joke. Race should never be the basis of an accolade. Quality of work should be. And even if this Historic Organization wanted to hand out awards the criteria should be excellence in all that that term means. This again is all about self esteem not QUALITY or TRUE Excellence....across the BOARD.
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Halle's Dress is UGLY.

Halle's Dress is UGLY.
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Someone should have told

Someone should have told pompous ass Samuel L. Jackson about the dress code. I know his ass wouldn't have dared step foot in any of the other award shows (i.e Oscars, Golden Globes)dressed like he was last night. ....damn shame.
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Sofia Vergara winning last

Sofia Vergara winning last night wouldn't have been such an "ouch" for me if Modern Family was something a lot of black/colored folks actually watched - which is NOT the case. Ugly Betty cast members winning in years past made sense. This year, it looked like straight up tokenism or a political move, which is bad for any awards show. I do like her, but just felt like saying "huh"? especially with her getting the first win of the night too. Otherwise, I think the show was really good and the best Image Awards I've seen to date. I hope it continues to get better and bigger in its influence. Last, I think Wayne Brady should be seriously considered to host the Oscars.
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Totally agree with jeweleast.

Totally agree with jeweleast. I was soooooooo disappointed Sofia V?(latino) won out over all the other fabulous black actresses for Best Supporting Actress - felt like a slap in the face. Then she gets up there and speaks in spanish... good grief! Not to be racial but This is the NAACP Awards not Oscars or Emmys - naw mean?
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and Sofia V use the

and Sofia V use the acceptance that she at oher award shows. She talk about how she can't believe a women like her won because she has cleavage and cur ves??? She was in a room with black women that have curves..... She didn put much thought in her acceptance speech
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i thought cicily (sp) tyson

i thought cicily (sp) tyson was teyana taylor right quick....maybe that's wat she'll look like at that age
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Latino Awards never give

Latino Awards never give black/brown Latinos recognition or awards either. White shows give black people and white people and Asian people awards. Black.brown Latinos are locked out by everybody. The NAACP is under the control of Benjamin Jealous a biracial man and he includes whites and Latinos as long as they are white I noticed.
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I'm not trying to sound

I'm not trying to sound racist believe me-- I'm not! However, I feel like the NAACP should only have BLACK nominees. After all that AA in NAACP is there for reason. There are hundreds of award shows to honor Sofia or Zoe. Perhaps NAACP is trying to be politically correct, but lets just stick to tradition. I don't see the Latino Awards giving us anything... I'm just sayin'
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I was shock Sofia was

I was shock Sofia was nominated and she won against African americans. Latinos would never nominated an african american. Why do black feel they have to cater to other races. Why can't we have one thing to ourselves. Sad.....
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I was shock Sofia was

I was shock Sofia was nominated and she won against African americans. Latinos would never nominated an african american. Why do black feel they have to cater to other races. Why can't we have one thing to ourselves. Sad.....
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i meant to type CP not AA*

i meant to type CP not AA*
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The CP is for colored people-

The CP is for colored people- and yes all should be recognized- we as a people can hold our heads up and say others didn't recognize us but we recognized them for their talents and arts. We as a race are the leaders we set the example we dont sit and wait for others we pave the path the others refuse. So it's not about not honoring ppl based on ppl not being our version of colored but advancing all colored people to achieve in every endeavor and recognizing them all. We set ourselves and our progress back by not doing so.
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"Colored" people was the name

"Colored" people was the name that people called "African americans" back in the day when the NAACP was created. We were trying to uplift latinos, Indians, Asian, and other people of "color" back then. We were trying to uplift "colored" or Negros back then. We had and still to this day have our own problem.
Anonymous's picture

"Colored" people was the name

"Colored" people was the name that people called "African americans" back in the day when the NAACP was created. We were trying to uplift latinos, Indians, Asian, and other people of "color" back then. We were trying to uplift "colored" or Negros back then. We had and still to this day have our own problem.
Anonymous's picture

The CP is for colored people-

The CP is for colored people- and yes all should be recognized- we as a people can hold our heads up and say others didn't recognize us but we recognized them for their talents and arts. We as a race are the leaders we set the example we dont sit and wait for others we pave the path the others refuse. So it's not about not honoring ppl based on ppl not being our version of colored but advancing all colored people to achieve in every endeavor and recognizing them all. We set ourselves and our progress back by not doing so.
Anonymous's picture

Another thing, why do Black

Another thing, why do Black people always have to include others whenever we do things? Other groups do not include us! Secondly, why would the NAACP nominate Rihanna, Kanye, Jay-Z for anything, considering their music and Rihanna's poor image? They would probably never even attend an NAACP Image awards show.
Tiff's picture

@Tiff - Agreed. This is

@Tiff - Agreed. This is supposed to be IMAGE Awards. What type of IMAGE are they sending? Plus, like u said, they don't even attend. I guess Beyonce wasn't there because she couldn't shake/pump n grind her p***y around for the crowd.
Anonymous's picture

Everyone looks great! I love

Everyone looks great! I love Mary Mary, but they need new stylists. They tend to look a bit tacky at times.
Tiff's picture

Halle Berry is beautiful, but

Halle Berry is beautiful, but im sorry i question alot of her style choices. That dress is horrid, she look good in it, but its horrid
Anonymous's picture

Cecily Tyson looked great.

Cecily Tyson looked great. Why did Justin Timberlake get nominated, I still hate him from the Janet Jackson fiasco.
Shelia's picture

I agree. I cant believe he

I agree. I cant believe he was nominated.
Anonymous's picture

Please tell me Halle can win

Please tell me Halle can win for a movie that hasn't come out yet.
Anonymous's picture

The movie is out, just not in

The movie is out, just not in wide release. That might have to do with it being a terrible film. It was like torture watching it.
Anonymous's picture

Thats funny, ive heard from a

Thats funny, ive heard from a lot of people that "Frankie and Alice" is actually very good. Halle got high praises from most critics in her performance. Some of you need to to stop spreading BS on the internet. I dont know who is hated on more, Halle Berry or Beyonce.
Anon02's picture

Well i might say they're both

Well i might say they're both equally hated on bcs any successful black women representing the black race are highly hated by black people themselves that just amazes me and again that is what black people do best tearing each other down it is in our genes *shrugs*. Ok maybe Beyoncé hated slightly more than Halle
Anonyme's picture

The NAACP is no different

The NAACP is no different from the media, Hollywood and the fashion industry when choosing the correct, authentic Latinos to award.
WhiteLatina's picture

Sofia Vergara is a natural

Sofia Vergara is a natural blond you know and the real thing! Not to be confused with the bottom-of-the-barrel Puertos and Dominicans so she deserved an award.
WhiteLatina's picture

@whiteLatina GTFOH! She

@whiteLatina GTFOH! She didn't DESERVE a D**n thing, no matter if she was white latino or purple latino.
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Agreed! No one ever nominates

Agreed! No one ever nominates a dark-skinned Hispanic for a thing but everybody is cool with WHITE LATINOS!
Black Latina's picture

You will never see a brown or

You will never see a brown or black Puerto Rican winning a thing at any Latino Awards because they only award White Latinos because they are the only ones considered Latino. The NAACP believes it too because because they only awarded white Latina woman.
Black Latina's picture

Halle looks AMAZING!

Halle looks AMAZING!
BlackVesper's picture

LOOKS LIKE EVERY ACTOR,

LOOKS LIKE EVERY ACTOR, TELEVISION SHOW, MOVIE, COMMERCIAL, TRAILER, SONG & CD WAS NOMINATED. GUESS WE GOTTA GET OUR KUDOS FROM SOMEWHERE.
GOOD LAWD's picture

WHY OH WHY was Justin

WHY OH WHY was Justin Timberlake nominated for The Social Network???? I'm cool with Sofia, but JT I don't understand.
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