What’s the life of an Emmy winner like?
For Sheryl Lee Ralph – winning best supporting actress in a comedy Monday night for her work on ABC Abbott Elementary School and went viral for such a high award speech – it worked great.
Walking the red carpet in West Hollywood on Thursday night to receive his second trophy of the week, this trophy for three decades of HIV/AIDS activism, Ralph opened the The Hollywood Reporter about the post-Emmy glory.
“It hasn’t stopped,” she said with a smile. “But it’s work and celebration and celebration. The main thing is work because, you know, we have to go back to work the next day, no time off and no day off we work on Saturday because we have to make up work on the day. that day. [for Monday’s Emmys]. ”
But you won’t catch Ralph complaining. She focuses on capturing the moment by showing up, confirming press inquiries and answering all questions because, as a veteran star, she is aware of these moments. may be just fleeting. Ralph explained, accompanying her two children to the event. “I will not say no because this moment does not come back. I think next year will be a better, more fulfilling year for all of us. “
Speaking more fully, Ralph said that the most special surprise she received after the victory was from TV queen Oprah Winfrey herself. The arrangement was so large that “they had to open the double doors and get a trolley” to deliver them, and then hire a van to deliver them to her home. Previously, Ralph told CHEAP that the biggest arrangement she received was from the EGOT winner (and co Dream girls star) Jennifer Hudson.
“It’s done and I’m going to talk to Jennifer Hudson tomorrow and I’m like girlfriends, you’ve got the most amazing flower story but it’s done now because Oprah has taken over it.” she said.
Winfrey isn’t the only one to send love in Ralph’s way. “Beyoncé’s flowers are amazing,” she said, before confirming she received a call from Vice President Kamala Harris. “She called and I had to say, ‘We did it, Kamala. We did it.’ It’s great. It was great. Governor called Pennsylvania, mayor called [from] Philadelphia. Everyone is happy. Jamaica on the moon. That’s very wonderful. ”