Issa Rae on the 2022 Emmy Awards

Issa Rae hit the 2022 Emmy Awards on Monday night time in fashion for her remaining look on behalf of “Insecure.” The multihyphenate stepped onto the purple carpet on the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, the place she recapped the legacy of her hit HBO collection to People.

“I do know that the lasting legacy is that we opened doorways for lots of creators, for lots of expertise, for the business to view us, Black girls, in a different way,” she stated on the Emmys purple carpet. “I hope the legacy is that we go down as individuals’s favourite present. I stand by that. For me, it was nearly turning into part of individuals’s lives by way of the music, by way of the tales, by way of every part, and to listen to that individuals miss it’s so validating and fulfilling.”

This 12 months, Rae’s “Insecure” snagged three Emmy nominations, together with excellent actress in a comedy collection for the creator. “Insecure” wrapped up its five-season run in December 2021 with an emotional collection finale and a documentary particular, “Insecure: The Finish,” celebrating the present’s epic journey. For its fifth season, the present earned Emmy nods for excellent single-camera image enhancing for a comedy collection and excellent cinematography for a single-camera collection (half-hour).

Rae celebrated her present’s Emmy nominations in July proper after they have been introduced and gave shout-outs to her “‘Insecure’ fam” — together with showrunner Prentice Penny and costars Yvonne Orji and Jay Ellis — in addition to fellow nominees like Robin Thede for “A Black Woman Sketch Present” and Quinta Brunson for “Abbott Elementary.” These days, the creator has been holding busy along with her different TV tasks, together with HBO Max’s “Candy Life: Los Angeles” and “Rap Sh!t,” the latter of which was simply renewed for a second season.

See extra photographs of Rae on the Emmys purple carpet forward.

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