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Stacey Abrams receives Emmy nomination for playing herself in 1-minute voiceover spot on 'Black-ish'
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fairly difficult
The former Georgia gubernatorial candidate even predictably touted absentee and early voting during the 'performance'
Receiving an Emmy Award nomination has apparently never been easier. One needs only to be a darling of the liberal media who does something on television that can feasibly be deemed a "performance."

Case in point: Former Democratic candidate for Georgia governor, Stacey Abrams, who on Tuesday was nominated for "Outstanding Character Voiceover Performance" ahead of the 2021 awards show.

What was the "outstanding performance" that garnered her consideration?

She appeared for all of one minute and seven seconds in an animated election special of the ABC sitcom, "Black-ish," playing herself while magnifying the importance of mail-in and early voting.

In the episode, which aired in October, one month before the 2020 presidential election, Abrams helps "Dre," played by Anthony Anderson, get the wheels rolling at the start of his congressional run.

Dre Gets…
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