Adele won the Outstanding Magazine Special (Pre-Record) in the 2022 Creative Arts Awards for the CBS ‘One Night Only’ special that aired on Paramount+.
A day later, the singer-songwriter took to her Instagram page to share photos of herself posing with the latest trophy added to her awards shelf back home.
With the victory, the London-born boy now only needs a Tony award to reach the coveted EGOT position, which is considered a ‘boom’ in the show business world.
One win over EGOT: Adele, 34, clinched the Emmy Award she won for Outstanding Special Magazine (Pre-Recorded) in the 2022 Creative Arts Awards, leaving her with just one Tony to go to achieve EGOT . position
‘Damn, I’m satisfied as a punch! Thank you @mrbenwinston for dropping this round for me this afternoon!! ‘ she began in the caption.
She added, ‘Trust I’ll officially have EGO,’ and then the happy face emoji screaming out loud.
‘Thank you so much @televisionacad, I am honored to receive this. Grow up for everyone involved. @griffithobservatory thank you for letting me sing to the top of your mountain and sending great love to all the other nominees x. ‘
For the cover photo, Adele (born Adele Laurie Blue Adkins), 34, beams a bright and proud smile from behind the golden Emmy.
Seemingly taken at home, she also fiddles with the camera and leaves a troubled look behind the trophy.
The third and final photo only showcases Emmy as it sits atop a table in her living room.
Beaming: The British singer-songwriter flashed a proud smile in her Instagram post where she said she’d hit EGOT’s EGO level
Accumulating awards: The London-born girl also shared a photo showing the Emmys on her desk in the living room
Adele’s TV special won in all five categories for which it was nominated during Saturday’s ceremony in Downtown Los Angeles, which also included Striking lighting design / Lighting direction for a variety of Special sound mixes, highlighting for many lines or Special technical direction / camerawork, highlighting for a special direction and highlighting for a special series .
One Night Only, Adele’s first live performance in six years, was filmed at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles on October 24, 2021, and then aired the following month.
It features Adele performing three never-before-heard songs from her fourth studio album 30 (2021), as well as songs from her previous three albums 19 (2008), 21 (2011) and 25 (2015). .
The performances are interspersed with an interview by legendary TV presenter Oprah Winfrey.
5 for 5: Adele’s TV specials actually won all five Emmy categories, including Outstanding Lighting Design / Lighting Direction for Variety Specials, Outstanding Sound Mixing for a series or Special, Outstanding Technical Directing / Cinematography for a Special Show, and Outstanding Directing for a Variety of Specials
Night Special: One Night Only, Adele’s first live performance in six years, was filmed at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles on October 24, 2021, and aired the following month.
To complete the first three seasons of EGOT, Adele previously won 15 Grammy Awards out of 18 nominations, and won an Oscar for winning Best Original Song for Skyfall soundtrack single for the movie of the same name about EGOT. James Bond.
Only 17 artists in entertainment history have won all four categories: Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony, with the most recent member being Jennifer Hudson, who most recently won a Tony Award in June for her production. musical A Strange. Ring.
In fact, she made history as the third black EGOT winner and fifth woman.
Along with Hudson, EGOT winners for the 21st century include Alan Menken (2020) John Legend (2018), Andrew Lloyd Webber (2018), Tim Rice (2018), Robert Lopez (2008), Whoopi Goldberg (2002). and Mike Nichols (2001).
The shortlist of winners from the 20th century are Marvin Hamlisch (1995), Audrey Hepburn (1993), John Gielgud (1991), Scott Rudin (1984), Jonathan Tunick (1982), Rita Moreno (1977), Mel Brooks (1967), Richard Rodgers (1962) and Helen Hayes (1953).
Pro: Adele’s performance for One Night Only was interspersed with an interview by legendary TV presenter Oprah Winfrey
Source: | Dailymail.co.uk