At the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday and Sunday, the second annual Children’s & Family Emmys were held.
Among the victors during the events was Tabitha Brown. By winning her first Emmy, Brown demonstrated that dreams can come true. Before her Whole Foods vegan BLT review went viral, the North Carolina native was a struggling actor and Uber driver who was collecting disability benefits. She eventually had her life altered by the corporation when she was appointed as a brand ambassador. Her rapid rise to fame on TikTok led to brand endorsements, acting opportunities in TV series and films, book writing, and her first Emmy Award.
Brown’s online series, Tab Time, earned her an Emmy for Outstanding Host. The 44-year-old vegan activist proudly displayed her prize while posing on the red carpet.
She wrote, “OOOHHH GOD I THANK YOU I WON,” as the photo’s caption.
Congratulatory messages from her colleagues in the industry swamped the comment area.
Taraji P. Henson and Danielle Brooks, who starred in Color Purple, were among the first to remark. Brooks wrote, “You are, indeed! Thus, we certainly deserved it! Go, Tabitha!
As Henson said, “Congrats!”
Brown portrayed Octavia Spencer in The Chi by Lena Waithe. Waithe gave the post her seal of approval. “YAAASSSSSS,” she jotted down.
Brown, wearing an emerald green Stever Goudeau gown, respectfully stepped forward to claim her medal. The dress had a mermaid finish and oversized shoulders.
Brown outlined her call to action and sang the theme song from her web series throughout her statement.
“Enter the room and let your heart open.”and intellect. She sang, “If you let a little love inside, you never know what you find.”
We never know what we could discover if we all simply let a little love to enter. Therefore, I constantly hope that we educate kids, in particular, to always allow love inside so that when we grow up and sit in this room wearing uncomfortable gowns and other clothes, we will still be delighted to let love within. And we want to be transforming the globe one small step at a time,” she added.
The actress, who won the Outstanding Social Media Personality Award at the 2021 NAACP Awards, is celebrating her significant victory.