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Taraji P. Henson Gives Heartfelt Speech As Hidden Figures Cast Wins Best Ensemble 2017 SAG Awards

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Hidden Figures takes home the Actor for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture at the SAG awards--check out the cast’s heartfelt speech!
The cast of Hidden Figures had us all kinds of emotional with their moving, inspiring, and EXTREMELY RELEVANT acceptance speech...
Queen Taraji P. Henson took the lead when it came to giving the speech, and rather than giving a laundry list of people she and the cast wanted to thank, she took the time to talk about the film’s true message, and how important that message is in these tumultuous and uncertain times.
All of her castmates, including co-stars Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monae, listened on and gave nods of approval throughout her speech--especially when she honored the real life American heroes she and her co-stars portray in the film.
Taraji also graciously took the time to call out the real-life astronaut who the real-life women in the film helped get into space, which made her message of unity even more powerful.Best performance by a film cast was the final award given at the ceremony, and thanks to Taraji’s heartfelt speech, the whole evening ended on a powerful, inspiring, and moving note.
It was one of those speeches that fired me up AND made me go “Damn, I wanna watch that movie right now!”--so all in all I’d say that was a killer speech. But now I wanna know what YOU guys thought of Taraji’s speech, so let me hear your thoughts in the comments, and don’t forget to subscribe to Clevver News! Thanks so much for watching, I’m your host Emile Ennis Jr., and I’ll see you guys next time!
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