- Talented South African TV host Trevor Noah bagged another NAACP Image Award this past weekend
- The Daily Show presenter walked away with the best host in a talk or news series award
- The funny comedian took to social media to celebrate his big win with his followers and to also thank his team
Trevor Noah bagged another NAACP Image Award this past weekend. The Mzansi-born who hosts The Daily Show took home the best host in a talk or news series trophy.
His show, The Daily Show, also won the Outstanding Short Form Series — Reality/Nonfiction award for its 'Between The Scenes' feature.
The superstar, who has now won four NAACP Image Awards, took to Instagram to celebrate his massive win. The comedian also thanked his team for their support. He wrote:
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"I am surrounded by such an incredible team. Thank you NAACP Image Awards for shining a light on them! Big congrats to The Daily Show with Trevor Noah on two award wins."
The popular media personality's fans took to his comment section on the photo-sharing app to congratulate him. Check out some of their comments below:
"Well-deserved. You guys work hard. Congrats."
"Congratulations Mr Noah. Carry on representing and spreading the love, one joke at a time."
"Love you Trevor!! Incredibly well deserved."
"I'm not even surprised any more, love."
"Sooo awesome. Congratulations!!"
"Congratulations! Well deserved!!"
"So well deserved!"
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In other entertainment news, Legit.ng previously reported that Eddie Murphy thanked South African comedian Trevor Noah for being part of Coming 2 America. The US actor was a guest on Trevor's show called The Daily Social Distancing Show recently.
South African-born Nomzamo Mbatha was also part of the movie. She portrayed the character of Mirembe. Eddie also congratulated Trevor on all his success since he moved from South Africa to the US.
Trevor Noah hosted the 63rd annual Grammy Awards held on Sunday, 14 March. This was the first time that the host of The Daily Show took on the role of presenting the world’s most prestigious music event.