Super Bowl Halftime Show Wins First Emmy For First-Ever Rap Show

As key Emmys are allowed in front of the ongoing year’s administration on Sept. 12, the ongoing year’s Super Bowl halftime show has gotten the ongoing year’s distinction for Outstanding Variety Special.

The ongoing year’s halftime show, made by Jesse Collins and Jay-Z’s Roc Nation, and indicated the underlying time the Super Bowl showed hip leap skilled workers, with a 17-minute execution featuring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Eminem, 50 Cent and Kendrick Lamar.

As Variety raises, this similarly signifies the underlying time the Super Bowl halftime show has won and Emmy in that class.

“I’m restless, man. Jay is watching,” said Executive Producer Jesse Collins of Jay-Z while enduring the honor.

“First in light of a legitimate concern for the singular boss producers and our performers, we should thank the TV starting point for this mind boggling honor,” he continued. “It’s dumbfounding. This is the point at which this show initially has anytime won this honor and being a piece of this second is so staggering. It took a psyche blowing gathering to organize this and I thank every one of you.”

The halftime show — which was officially named “The Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show Starring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and 50 Cent” — moreover puts Eminem the slightest bit closer to joining the EGOT club.

With 15 Grammys and a 2003 Oscar for Best Original Song (for “Lose Yourself” from “8 Mile”), Eminem’s Emmy win as of now deals with him only one Tony Award from an EGOT.