#EmmySoWhite trends on twitter as not a single person of colour receives an award in the acting category at the 73rd Emmy Awards, despite having diverse nominees.
The glittering event broadcasted on Sunday night included more diversity among presenters but not in the actual winners.
Though there was a black host - Cedric the Entertainer, a Black announcer - MC Lyte, and a Black recipient of the Governor's Award - Debbie Allen, all the awards in acting categories were bagged by white actors.
The only exception arrived when "RuPaul's Drag Race" won Best Competition Series and Michaela Coel was awarded for writing a limited series "I May Destroy You."
Michaela Coel was also nominated in the list of 'outstanding lead actress in a limited series or TV movie' for "I May Destroy You".
Noted contender late Michael K Williams, who was nominated for supporting actor in drama series, was not recognised for his acting either.
However, on her debut at Emmy, Michaela Coel became the first black woman to win the writing category of a limited series.