Sheryl Lee Ralph sings her ‘dream’ Emmys speech for ‘Abbott Elementary

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Taking home the gold for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, “Abbott Elementary” breakout star Sheryl Lee Ralph, 65, celebrated her

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I am an endangered species. I am a woman. I am an artist. And I know where my voice belongs

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belted the small screen siren to an audience of adoring fans and peers.

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The song included lyrics from Dianne Reeves’ song “Endangered Species.”

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Ralph made history Monday as the second ever black woman to win this category after Jackee Harry’s win for NBC’s “227” in 1987.

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To anyone who has ever had a dream, and thought your dream wasn’t, wouldn’t, couldn’t come true

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I am here to tell you that this is what believing looks like,” Ralph encouraged as she gripped her trophy with pride. 

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Ralph beams as no-nonsense, seasoned educator Mrs. Barbara Howard on “Abbott Elementary,” which scored seven nods at the awards.

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