- From The Source
At the height of the resurgence of Afro-centricity and the now very social fight for upward mobility for all minorities in all walks of life, the awards show created as a means of celebrating African-Americans and other minorities in all fields of entertainment has evolved into something of a conclusive ritual, and it couldn’t have found itself in better company than the forenamed Anderson-Ross duo.
They come with a worry-free laughter guarantee: This pair has something of a comedic chemistry, and have never really backed down from a challenge of the hilarious sorts, and there is just no avoiding the fact that they’ll manage to crack you a few times before the night is through.
They might be the modern day Huxtables: On their show, the two play successful African-American professionals, tackling the daily antics and challenges of family life.
Apparently, it runs in the family as their on-screen daughter Yara Shahidi is nominated for the Young Stars Award.
They always do it for the culture: In true fashion, the two have always done the Black community right.