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Regina King beamed with joy as she accepted the 2016 Emmy for Best Supporting Actress In A Limited Series for her role on ABC’s American Crime.

King shared a #BlackGirlMagic moment with Taraji P. Henson while walking to the stage. The beauties locked hands and exchanged kisses, celebrating the historic occasion.

“I’m so proud of this show, to have the opportunity to promote stories that promote conversations,” King said in her acceptance speech.

She also shared the win with her mom.

This is King’s second Emmy for American Crime.

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