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Jennifer Hudson is one award away from achieving the coveted EGOT status after winning her first Emmy.

The singer and actress was honored with the Outstanding Interactive Media for a Daytime Program Emmy for her role as an executive producer on "Baba Yaga."

Now she needs a Tony Award to join the select few who have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony (EGOT).

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The "Cats" star snagged an Oscar for her role in Dreamgirls in 2007 and she has 2 Grammys to her name.

Jennifer took to Instagram to share a golden ring, shaped in the word "EGO", as she admitted she had been waiting for this day to come.

She captioned the post:

"Wow God wow!!!!!!! I've had this ring for quite some time! For me it always represented this day, the day I would say I have an EGO! Emmy, Grammy and Oscar! What a early bday gift ! U can't limit God!!!! It's only a story God could write and heights only God can top! U will always see me try! And I hope u will too!"

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Jennifer will join the likes of Andrew Lloyd Webber, John Legend and Whoopi Goldberg in the EGOT club if she wins a Tony.
 

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Vivica A. Fox and Giuliana Rancic both pulled out of hosting the Emmys virtual red carpet event on Sunday night after testing positive for COVID-19.

The 56-year-old Kill Bill actress and Rancic, 46, were slated to co-host E! TV's Live From the Red Carpet show, but both released statements just before the special went live, explaining they had contracted the coronavirus.

"I am terribly sorry I cannot be with my E! family tonight!" Vivica wrote. "Unfortunately, I have tested positive for the coronavirus. So, in an abundance of caution I am isolating myself at home. During these unprecedented times, it's more important than ever that we follow all safety and health rules and guidelines to protect ourselves and each other."

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Rancic added: "As part of E! and NBCUniversal's very strict testing guidelines, especially before an event like this, I did find out that I tested positive for COVID-19.

"Now as much as I didn't want to hear that, I'm very thankful I heard it before I traveled and possibly could have exposed other people. So for that, I'm thankful... Take good care and I'll see you on the next red carpet."

Like most celebrities who use the coronavirus for PR, neither Vivica nor Giuliana are sick, but both claim to have "mild" symptoms.

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Beyonce's team is very unhappy that the burlesque dancer's Homecoming documentary was shut out of the Emmy Awards after earning 6 Emmy nominations.

Beyonce failed to take home a single trophy at the Creative Arts Emmys over the weekend.

Her rabid fanbase, who call themselves "the BeyHive," took to social media to vent their frustration over their idol's Emmy shut out.

It was their typical immature public meltdown whenever they don't get their way. But the behavior of Beyonce's own management team and publicist really raised eyebrows.

Beyonce's longtime publicist, Yvette Noel-Schure posted an Instagram video that shows her, Bey's manager Steve Pamon and other staffers flipping the bird to the Emmy Creative Arts organizers.

Many say Beyonce's team showed a lack of class, and they should know better than to antagonize Hollywood bigwigs who all know each other.
 

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