The NAACP Image Awards held night five of its non-televised ceremonies Friday, hosted by Affion Crockett, with awards announced for supporting actors in the television and film categories, among others.
Both Regina King and Regina Hall won Supporting Actress honors – King for her performance in the motion picture “The Harder They Fall” and Hall for her role in limited series “Nine Perfect Strangers.”
Hot off her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance, Mary J. Blige won Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for “Power Book II: Ghost.”
On the comedy side of television, Natasha Rothwell received recognition for her supporting role in “Insecure,” while “Black-ish” actors Deon Cole and Miles Brown also earned nods.
Night 5 also included winners in the documentary film (“Barbara Lee: Speaking Truth to Power”), independent film (“CODA”) and animated film (“Encanto”) categories.
The non-televised honors known as the NAACP Image Awards Virtual Experience are hosted by actor and comedian Crockett this year, and announced over five nights, from Feb. 21-Feb. 25. Audiences can tune watch the ceremonies virtually by visiting naacpimageawards.net and youtube.com/naacpimageawards.
On the four previous nights of ceremonies, Will Smith, Issa Rae, Barry Jenkins, Trevor Noah, Maya Rudolph, Silk Sonic and Jazmine Sullivan were among those who collected awards.
Saturday’s live telecast of the 53rd NAACP Awards will be hosted by Anthony Anderson and features a performance by Mary J. Blige at 8:00 PM ET/ 5:00 PM PT on BET.