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Nigerian Hollywood Actress, Uzo Aduba Wins Second Emmy…Breaks Down In Tears

Credit Her speech was very emotional and got audience members to tear up. Aduba thanked Orange Is the New Black series creator Jenji KohanUzo Aduba broke down in tears Sunday night at the Emmy awards.

The Orange Is The New Black star was overwhelmed when she was name the Best Supporting Actress in the comedy category for her hit series.

The 34-year-old Boston native who originally comes from Nigeria said,

‘I really just want to say thank you a thousand times. If I could say thank you a thousand times, it would not be enough.’

Glad: The 34-year-old Boston native said, 'I really just want to say thank you a thousand times. If I could say thank you a thousand times, it would not be enough.'Her victory will be hard to forget. She delivered an incredible acceptance speech; the BEST acceptance speech of the night…one colored by jubilance, gratefulness, and raw emotion.

Her speech was very emotional and got audience members to tear up.

Aduba, who won her second straight Emmy for her work as Suzanne “Crazy Eyes”  thanked Orange Is the New Black series creator Jenji Kohan. She won last year as a guest actress; she was upgraded to a supporting actress this year.

Cause I;m happy: Uzo Aduba broke down in tears Sunday night at the Emmy awards. The Orange Is The New Black star was overwhelmed when she was name the Best Supporting Actress in the comedy category for her hit seriesHumbled: 'Thank you for creating this show, for creating this space, for creating a platform,' she said.A fashion success as well: She looked radiant in her pink and blue dress on the red carpet
The actress looked radiant in her pink and blue dress. Congrats to her!

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