VIOLA DAVIS AND TRACEE ELLIS ROSS CELEBRATE BIG WINS AT GOLDEN GLOBES (231 hits)
What a night for #blackgirlmagic. Actress Tracee Ellis Ross made history at Sunday night's Golden Globes for her "BEST ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES MUSICAL OR COMEDY " win for her role as "Rainbow" on ABC's hit show "BLACKISH". Not since Debbie Allen in 1983 who won for her role as "Lydia Grant" on "FAME" has a black actress won in this category. Viola Davis one of the most incomparable actresses of our time also took home a Golden Globe for "BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE" for her role as "Rose" in the film adaptation of "FENCES" by the late playright August Wilson.