Lizzo is crowned as artist of the year at the NAACP Images Awards


United STATES, Los Angeles.- Lizzo she was crowned artist of the year at the 51st delivery of the NAACP Images Awards, an event that recognizes the best of film, television, music and literature. The ceremony was hosted by Anthony Anderson, who got his sixth win for Black-ish.

The winners include the title Just Mercy best film, while Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx gained great recognition for his performances on the tape. Lupita’nyong or he won as an actress stood out in a film by Us and Marsai Martin won as supporting actress outstanding by Little.

Meanwhile, in honors television Greenleaf won drama series outstanding and B care-ish was crowned as best comedy series. Omari Hardwick he was honored for his performance in the drama series Power, while Jharrel Jerome won the award for outstanding actor in a limited series for Ava DuVernay’s When They See Us.

Niecy Nash also won for your
performance in the series, which follows the Central Park Five. Angela Bassett won as an actress
outstanding in a drama series for 9-1-1 and Tracee Ellis Ross took to
home to the actress commended in an award from comedy series for Black-ish.

By the side of the music, Lil Nas X
won best new artist, and Bruno Mars was awarded with a featured artist
male. Beyonce won multiple awards, including an outstanding program of
varieties for Homecoming, an exceptional album and a female artist.

After the segment In Memoriam, was paid special tribute to the deceased star basketball Kobe Bryant. It took the form of a visual presentation, with images of the athlete’s career, integrated with clips of audio of Bryant, thanking their fans in a game of the Lakers.