Dr. Tracey Bond celebrates ten years of ten years of award-event industry Oscars & Hollywood celebrity media and news coverage; with an award-winning *007* year Beverly Hills Prolific Personage Legacy PR business milestone kicking off Emmy’s week!

And I chose to post this milestone moment while celebrating tonight’s winners I marvel at how Oprah shared that 25 Emmy’s are awarded annually out of 8 billi or so competitors., to be selected as the best of the best among one’s television industry peers.

Congrats to the following list parade of 74th annual Emmy Award winners:

1. Michael Keaton, “Dopesick” best Actor in a Limited Series.

2. Murray Bartlett, “The White Lotus” best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series

3. Matthew MacFadyen, “Succession” Supporting Actor, Drama

4. Julia Garner, “Ozark” Supporting Actress, Drama

5. Sheryl Lee Ralph, “Abbot Elementary ” best Supporting Actress, Comedy Series

6. Bret Goldstein, “Ted Lasso,” best Supporting Actor, Comedy

7. Saturday Night Live (SNL), Variety Sketch Series

8. John Oliver, “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,” Daily Variety Talk Series

9. Jennifer Coolidge, “The White Lotus,” Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Anthology Series, or Movie

10. Amanda Seyfried, “The Dropout” Lead Actress, in a Limited Series or Anthology Series, or Movie

11. Lizzo, Lizzo’s “Watch Out For The Big Grrrls,” Outstanding Achievement in a Competition Program

Geena Davis, Governor’s Award Institute on Gender in Media

12. Mike White, “The White Lotus,” Directing, in a Limited Series, anthology Series, or Movie

13. Mike White “The White Lotus” Writing, in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Movie

14. Jerrod Carmichael “Jerrod Carmichael: Rothaniel” Writing a Variety Series

In Memoriam: Betty White, Performer; Bernard Shaw, Journalist, Vin Scully, Sports Announcer, Nichelle Nichols, Performer, Bog Sagett, Performer, Paul Servino, Performer, Sidney Poitier, Performer, Director

15. Jason Sudeikis, “Ted Lasso ” Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

16. Quinta Brunson, “Abbott Elementary,” Writing for a Comedy Series

17. Hwan Dong-Hyuk, “Squid Game” Directing, Drama Series (14 Nominations)

18. Zendaya, “Euphoria,” Lead Actress in a Drama Series

19. Jean Smart, “Hacks”, Lead Actress in a Comedy Series

20. MJ Delaney, “Ted Lasso,” Directing, Comedy Series

21. Jesse Armstrong, “Succession” Writing, Drama Series

22. Lee Jung-Jae “Squid Game,” Lead Actor, Drama Series

23. Mark White, “The White Lotus,” Best Anthology Series

24. “Ted Lasso,” Outstanding Comedy Series

25. SUCCESSION wins EMMY for Outstanding

My celebratory picture galleria ode to a tributary career, inspired by the prophetic spoken dream of my late son Keiici Dreu, whose absence in the flesh threw the baton charge into this future!

Thank you Heavenly Father, for the blesing on this journey that continues to evolve, elevate and ascend! ~ Dr. Tracey Bond

Now stay tuned and follow my blog+add+ventures for my quick and upcoming Splash Magazine news coverage of the weekend’s Emmy’s event highlight: Mr. C Hotel & The WOW Creations Present Their EMMY Gifting Suite I just got back from reporting on during my weekend Beverly Hills Dash of Media Duty!

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