- South African-born TV personality Trevor Noah has scooped another nomination at this year's Critics' Choice Real TV Awards
- The talented comedian bagged a nomination in the Male Star of the Year category, which will be voted for by the public this year
- The Daily Show presenter was also nominated in the same category last year but sadly lost out to another media personality
Mzansi comedian Trevor Noah has bagged yet another nomination in this year's Critics' Choice Real TV Awards. The TV presenter scooped a nomination in the Male Star of the Year category.
The Critics' Choice Association has shared that nominees in the Female and Male Star of the Year categories will be voted for by fans on its website this year. Winners will be revealed on 21 June.
This is not the first time that the Mzansi-born media personality has been nominated in the same awards. He also got a nod in the Male Star of the Year category last year but sadly didn't win the accolade, according to TimesLIVE.
NAACP Image Award
Briefly News reported that Trevor Noah bagged another NAACP Image Award this year. The Mzansi-born The Daily Show host took home the best host in a talk or news series trophy.
His show, The Daily Show, also won the Outstanding Short Form Series — Reality/Nonfiction award for its Between The Scenes feature.
The superstar, who has now won four NAACP Image Awards, took to Instagram to celebrate his massive win. The comedian also thanked his team for their support.
Michael B Jordan invites Trevor to gym
In other news, Briefly News reported that US superstar Michael B Jordan invited Trevor Noah to gym during the latest episode of The Daily Distancing Show. The popular actor was a guest on Trevor's show to chat about his new movie Without Remorse. The hunky actor portrays the character of hero John Clark in the film.
During their chat, the two famous men spoke about gym and how Michael prepares for the roles that require his body to be ripped. The actor then asked Trevor Noah to work out with him. Trevor's response was epic.
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