The 49th NAACP Awards were held Monday night in Los Angeles and it was an event filled with Black Excellence. Since the ceremony was held on the birthday Dr. Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., the theme for the night was #RepresentTheDream. We must say, everyone involved did just that.


The ladies Black Hollywood played no games as they stunned on the red carpet.





The guys held it down too, including Sterling K. Brown, Marcus Scribner and TV One’s correspondent for the evening, Terrence J.


The night’s big winners included ABC’s Black-ish, Power, Get Out and Girls Trip. On behalf the ladies Girls Trip, producer Will Packer showed love to black women around the world, giving an inspiring speech that left everyone mesmerized.


Ava DuVernay won Entertainer the Year, a well-deserved award for one the most the hard-working women in film.


#TimesUp also made its way to the Awards, as we continue to stand up for women in Hollyowod.

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