RuPaul Charles continues to snatch Emmys.
“RuPaul’s Drag Race” took home the award for Outstanding Competition Program for the second straight year, beating out other popular reality series including “The Voice”, “Top Chef” and “American Ninja Warrior”.
The 58-year-old LGBTQ icon is going to need more shelf space after also picking up his fourth consecutive Emmy for Best Host of a Reality or Competition Program at the Creative Arts ceremony last Sunday, tying “Survivor” host Jeff Probst’s most wins record.
RuPaul's Drag Race wins for Outstanding Competition Program! This is the show's 13th Emmy win! #Emmys
Posted by Emmys / Television Academy on Sunday, September 22, 2019
During his acceptance speech, Charles thanked the Television Academy for voting for “Drag Race” and used his moment on stage to get political.
“Speaking of voting and love, go and register to vote,” he urged.