Cheryl Lee Ralph receives flowers from Beyoncé after winning an Emmy

Abbott Elementary School star Sheryl Lee Ralph received flowers from Beyoncé after winning an Emmy.  (Photo: Chris Haston/NBC via Getty Images)

Abbott Elementary Actress Cheryl Lee Ralph received flowers from Beyoncé after winning an Emmy. (Photo: Chris Haston/NBC via Getty Images)

Sherrill Lee Ralph has a fan in Beyonce.

The Abbott Elementary Najm, 65 years old, from Emmy Award Winner Last week for her role as no-nonsense kindergarten teacher Barbara Howard in the popular ABC comedy, she was thrilled to receive a stunning white flower arrangement from Beyoncé. The moment was captured in a video by Etienne Maurice, son of Ralph, and is set to the lead single from dream girlsfor which Ralph won the Tony Award in 1981.

Written by Beyoncé, who took on the role of Ralph as Dina Jones in the 2006 film version of dream girls. All my love, Beyoncé.

In the video, Ralph can be seen opening the card in her dining room while her family watches. She looked shocked, and put her hands on her head in astonishment.

“Wonderful,” she said to the camera, her voice hoarse. “I don’t have a voice, but it’s cool.”

In a touching comment, Ralph shared how much the moment meant to her.

The TV star commented on video. “Thank you beyonce don’t forget to dream about girls!”

in the comments, Kenta Bronson, who co-starred and created the beloved sitcom about a group of Philadelphia Elementary School teachers, commented on a teary-eyed emoji. Many other Hollywood stars have shared congratulations for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, starting with Lena Waithe And the Sharon Stone to me Billy Porter And the Naomi Campbell. Ralph’s son Etienne also commented, mocking Beyoncé’s hit song by writing “giving ‘Break My Soul’ a whole new meaning.”

On his own page, Ralph’s son Repost the video, Share a sweet message to support his mother. He also shared that his mom received flowers from the rapper Judy Kid.

“Never in my wildest dreams would I ever think that one of my all-time favorite artists would send flowers to my mom. I know this is about my mom, but @kidcudi my mom wouldn’t know who I was if I wasn’t He commented on your music on my way to school in the morning or she buys Tickets to see you on my high school graduation” video. “I like you from DAY 1 bro bro. Thank you for showing love to moms. You are lovable to me.”

Ralph dropped home at the Emmy Awards last week when she took the stage to receive her statue. When I got to the microphone, Ralph began singing “Endangered Species” by Diane Reeves. It’s been 35 years since a black woman won this category, I mentioned Yahoo Entertainment previously.

“For anyone who has ever had a dream and thought that your dream was not, will not, and cannot come true. I am here to tell you that this is what faith looks like. This is what a struggle looks like.” She announced on stage, where she received a standing ovation from the crowd.

On Wednesday last week, Ralph shared it not happy with Jimmy Kimmel for lying on the podium near the podium while her friend and co-star Bronson delivers her acceptance speech to writing for a feature in a comedy series. Bronson is The second is a black woman To ever win in that category.

“I was completely baffled,” Ralph said during a virtual episode of the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour, according to Ralph. Reports. “I didn’t know what was going on. I was like, ‘I wish this guy would get off the ground.'” Then I realized it was Jimmy Kimmel, and I was like, ‘Oh, disrespectful, Jimmy!’ But that’s just me.”

Ralph went on to say that she told Kimmel she didn’t like stunts in his face.

“I told him too! On his face!” She said. And understand.

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