Janelle Monáe To Be Honored With The SeeHer Award At The 2023 Critics’ Choice Awards!
Janelle Monáe is being recognized by the seventh annual SeeHer Award for her groundbreaking work in advocating for positive change.
Janelle Monáe Voted SeeHer Award 2023 Winner
Pansexual non-binary singer and actress Janelle Monáe is set to receive the SeeHer Award at this year's Critics' Choice Awards.
The SeeHer Award is a prestigious honor that recognizes and celebrates the incredible achievements of a woman who pushes boundaries and defies stereotypes using her voice, platform, and advocacy. She strives for gender equality through her authentic portrayal of characters on screen, inspiring audiences around the world. The SeeHer Award also acknowledges the monumental impact she has had in shaping how women are seen and heard.
With this nomination, Janelle Monáe will join the esteemed list of amazing women honored by this award. Past winners include Halle Berry (2022), Zendaya (2021), Kristen Bell (2020), Claire Foy (2018), Gal Gadot (2017), and Viola Davis (2016).
Why Janelle Monáe Deserves The 2023 SeeHer Award
Janelle Monáe truly deserves our utmost admiration for her dedication to meaningful and impactful causes. She was recently honored with the Suicide Prevention of the Year Award from The Trevor Project. Additionally, she serves as co-president of the When We All Vote initiative and spearheads the Fem The Future organization.
Janelle Monáe is also a beacon of inspiration for people around the globe and deserves recognition for all her amazing accomplishments and achievements.
Her remarkable prowess in music has been acknowledged with two Grammy Awards nominations for 'Album of the Year' and 'Best Music Video' for her 2018 album "Dirty Computer." She was also nominated as a 'Featured Artist' on Fun's 2012 hit "Some Nights," and as 'Record of the Year as a Featured Artist' for their 2012 release "We Are Young."
On the big screen, Monáe was recently part of the star-studded cast of Netflix's "Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery," starring Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Kate Hudson, Kathryn Hahn, and Leslie Odom Jr. She also shone brightly in the critically acclaimed movies "Moonlight" (2016) and "Hidden Figures" (2016). And we will soon be able to watch her portray Josephine Baker in an upcoming series called "De La Résistance," which I'm looking forward to discussing further upon its release later this year.
In addition, Janelle Monáe released her first book, "The Memory Librarian: And Other Stories Of Dirty Computer" last April.
Follow The Critics' Choice Awards Ceremony
The Critics Choice Awards return on January 15, 2023, with Chelsea Handler hosting the awards gala at the Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles. Tune in to watch the ceremony as it will be broadcast live on The CW for East Coast viewers from 7:00-10:00 PM and delayed for Pacific time zone viewers.
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