In an lovely new TikTook shared by Sheryl Lee Ralph’s son, Etienne Maurice, the Emmy winner receives congratulatory flowers from none apart from Beyoncé. “Saved the perfect for final,” Maurice wrote within the caption alongside the Sept. 17 video.

His caption references the various different bouquets Ralph has acquired since taking house her first Emmy. She received the consideration for excellent supporting actress in a comedy sequence for her function on Quinta Brunson’s

acclaimed “Abbott Elementary.” As solely the second Black girl to win an Emmy within the class title, after Jackée Harry in 1987, her win was historic.

Her highly effective acceptance speech additionally helped drive house her win’s significance. After taking to the stage to obtain the award, Ralph started by singing “Endangered Species” by Dianne Reeves, which accommodates the lyrics “I’m an endangered species. But I sing no sufferer’s tune. I’m a girl, I’m an artist. And I do know the place my voice belongs.” She expressed, “To anybody who has ever, ever had a dream and thought that your dream wasn’t, would not, could not come true, I’m right here to inform you that that is what believing appears like. This is what striving appears like.”

Since her win, Ralph has additionally acquired flowers and recognition from a number of stars and main figures. On Sept. 15, she shared that she’d acquired a bouquet from Oprah Winfrey. The association was so enormous, she informed The Hollywood Reporter, that “they needed to open the double doorways and get a trolley.” She additionally acquired a telephone name from Vice President Kamala Harris, per the outlet. “She referred to as and I needed to say, ‘We did it Kamala. We did it,'” Ralph mentioned. “It was nice. It’s been fantastic. The governor referred to as [from] Pennsylvania, the mayor referred to as [from] Philadelphia. Everybody’s pleased. Jamaica’s over the moon. It’s been wonderful.”

Her son has been sharing movies of the flowers his mom has been receiving, posting about presents she acquired from Kid Cudi and Winfrey. Check out all of the celebratory TikToks forward.

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