- Bridgerton actor Rege-Jean Page has been nominated for his outstanding performance in the popular Netflix series
- The 31-year-old will be up against other famous actors who have also been nominated in the Best Male Actor for Drama Series category
- Fans can't stop congratulating him for the nomination with most pledging to vote for him
The popular Netflix show Bridgerton keeps winning big as the show got two nominations in the 2021's Screen Actors Guild Awards - SAGs.
The lead actor, Rege-Jean Page, who plays the Duke of Hastings character, was nominated for the outstanding performance by a male actor in the drama series category.
While this is the 31-year-old hunk's first SAG nomination, he will be up against top veteran actors who also feature in popular shows.
The male category includes the 30-year-old Josh O'Connor, who plays the role of Prince Charles in the Netflix series Crown.
Others nominees in this same category include Ozark's Jason Bateman, Sterling K Brown of This Is Us and Bob Odenkirk, who features in Better Call Saul.
The three have been nominated drama series category more than once and this year, with the introduction of the the Duke of Hastings, the contest for the crown only got tighter.
Brown won the award in 2019 while Bateman bagged it in 2020.
As usual, the handsome duke knows he has a huge following at his disposal who are rooting for him to bag this nomination.
While this show may be the star's break to stardom in the film industry, this is what his fans had to say concerning his nomination:
''Let us be clear, extreme beauty is a talent that deserves to be awarded.''
''What a talented handsome man, well-deserved.''
''He has my vote for the rest of my life.''
E! News also celebrated him for his nominations and his fans complimented him for his looks:
''Tall took his best pictures so we cannot help but vote for him, RegeJean.''
''Congratulations @regejean! Outstanding performance!"
The film star noted that the first film role he featured in was all about slavery and pain as a black man and vowed that the next booked role would be about showing black excellence and success.
According to Rege, the future looks bright and is open to taking up better roles that uplift and highlight powerful stories that do not have anything to do with struggle.
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