Eve's Husband Maximillion Cooper Praises Wife and 'The Talk' Co-hosts for 6 Daytime Emmy Nods
Eve's proud husband Maximillion Cooper congratulates her for being nominated for six Daytime Emmy Awards for "The Talk."
Maximillion Cooper credited his wife Eve and her co-hosts Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Marie Osmond, and Carrie Ann Inaba for being nominated for six Daytime Emmy Awards on Instagram. He proudly shared a selfie of them together in celebration.
The Daytime Emmy Awards just announced their list of nominees, and CBS' "The Talk" got nominated for six different categories. For the first time ever, the awards show will be done virtually and will air on CBS on Friday, June 26.
A CHANGE OF PLANS
The Awards show was originally a red carpet event set to happen in June, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this plan was canceled. Now, they are ready to have a different approach to it by doing it online.
During the broadcasted awards, winners and special guests will be in the comfort of their homes to try and practice the social distancing protocols put in place. To organizers, continuing with the Daytime Emmy Awards is an ode to the best of daytime television.
After all, daytime shows have kept people entertained and informed for many years, especially now that a lot of them have been staying home. Ultimately, it is an important genre of television that definitely deserves its own awards night.
After careful consideration, Cooper announced through a statement that his "Toronto to Havana" Gumball 3000 rally scheduled for May 22 to 29 is canceled.
MAXIMILLION'S GUMBALL 3000 EVENT
While the Daytime Emmys will push through for Eve, an important event that Maximillion Cooper has been looking forward to was canceled due to COVID-19. Founder of the Gumball 3000 racing event, he had to make a difficult decision to cancel this year's race.
"Today, Gumballers would have been burning rubber at [Talladega Super Speedway] in true NASCAR style... now we've got another 12 months to practice!"
After careful consideration, Cooper announced through a statement that his "Toronto to Havana" Gumball 3000 rally scheduled for May 22 to 29 is canceled. Instead, they will be having the event next year when circumstances are different.
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