Beyonce has received another milestone in her career. The superstar received her first Daytime Emmy nomination for the upbeat track she wrote for her mom Tina Knowles-Lawson’s Facebook Watch show. The singer was recognized in the outstanding original song category for her 90’s sitcom-inspired tune, Talks With Mama Tina Theme Song, which debuted in December.
Despite earning eight Primetime Emmy nominations since 2013, Beyonce has yet to take home one of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ prestigious trophies. The potential recognition comes after she’s earned 28 Grammy Awards and a recent Academy Award nomination for her track Be Alive featured in the film King Richard. However, to earn the title, the Partition hitmaker still has to win an Emmy, Oscar, and Tony Award.
The superstar wife of Jay-Z came close to adding an Emmy to her trophy collection after receiving a whopping six Emmy nominations for her Netflix movie Homecoming. Homecoming documented her intense preparation for her 2018 Coachella appearance. Beyonce has already a series of awards earned in the category of Outstanding Variety Special (pre-recorded), and Outstanding Directing besides co-creator Ed Burke.
The singer also got nods in Outstanding Music Direction, Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special, Outstanding Production Design, and Outstanding Costume categories. Previously, she was nominated for Outstanding Variety, Music, or Comedy Special Nominated and Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special for her 2016 HBO special/ ‘visual album’ Lemonade. She was also nominated for 2015’s On the Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay-Z and for her 2013 Super Bowl XLVII Halftime Show.