Mj Rodriguez, star of Pose, is the first transgender actress to get a Golden Globe.

MJ Rodriguez stated, "We are here, the door is now open; reach for the stars.

Pose star Mj Rodriguez has all the reasons to be delighted. The 31-year-old actress just created history by becoming the first transgender actress to win a She received the Best Television Actress award for her performance in the Netflix show Pose show at the 79th Golden Globes. Last year too, Mj Rodriguez made history as the first trans performer to earn an Emmy nomination in the lead acting categories. After her big win, Mj Rodriguez shared a post on her Instagram profile, where she wrote that she dedicates this award to "young LGBTQAI babies."


According to Mj Rodriguez's post: "OMG! Wow! You're bringing up that disgusting birthday gift! I'm grateful. This is the door that will let in a lot more talented young people in the future. They'll realize that it's feasible. They will witness a young Black Latina woman from Newark, New Jersey, who had a dream of using love to influence others' perceptions. Love wins. We are here for my young LGBTQAI babies. Reach for the stars now that the door is open." She thanked the other nominees as she concluded the message. "We are the Queens to the nominees. I'm so glad we get to share space! Every single one of you women is fantastic, "She composed.


The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, or HFPA, which bestows the Globes, has frequently been accused of having ethical and diversity problems, thus Mj Rodriguez's victory is a significant one in Golden Globes history.


The Power Of The Dog took up two of the top prizes at the 79th Golden Globe Awards: Best Film (Drama) and Best Director for Jane Campion. King Richard earned Will Smith the Best Film Actor (Drama) award. Being The Ricardos earned Nicole Kidman her seventh Golden Globe for Best Film Actress (Drama). The West Side Story adaptation directed by Steven Spielberg took home several prestigious honors, including Best Comedy/Musical Film, Best Film Actress (Comedy/Musical) for Rachel Zegler, and Best Supporting Actress (Film) for Ariana DeBose. For tick, tick... BOOM!, Andrew Garfield was named Best Film Actor (Comedy/Musical).


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