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The Daily Dish Awards Season

Robyn Dixon and Gizelle Bryant Are Up for a Major Award — and They're Not the Only Ones

But that's not all! It was also recently revealed that Family Karma and WWHL received nods for separate awards shows.

By Jocelyn Vena
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Raise your champagne glass, because Robyn Dixon and Gizelle Bryant are nominated for a major award. The Real Housewives of Potomac podcast hosts are being recognized at the upcoming 53rd NAACP Image Awards for their podcast, Reasonably Shady.

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The besties are up for Outstanding Arts and Entertainment Podcast. Other podcasts nominated in the category include Club Shay Shay hosted by Shannon Sharpe, Jemele Hill is Unbothered, Questlove Supreme, and The History of Sketch Comedy with Keegan-Michael Key. The ceremony will take place on February 26.

"OMG THIS IS INSANE!!!! [Reasonably Shady] is an NAACP Image Award Nominee!!!! I can’t believe this. Thank you to everyone who has supported our podcast. Thank you [Charlamagne tha God] and everyone at [Black Effect] and [iHeart Radio] who made this a reality for us." Robyn shared on Instagram. "I’m speechless."

Reasonably Shady co-host Gizelle added in a separate Instagram post, "OMG!! THIS IS AMAZING! Can’t believe our little [Reasonably Shady] podcast is NOMINATED for an [NAACP Image Award]. #HappyTears #Grateful."

The awards love is also being extended to another set of Bravo pals. Family Karma has also been recognized by GLAAD and is nominated for Outstanding Reality Program in the organization's 33rd Annual Media Awards. Other series nominated in the category include 12 Dates of Christmas, Dancing with the Stars, I Am Jazz, Legendary, MTV's Following: Bretman Rock, Queer Eye, RuPaul's Drag Race, The Voice, and We're Here.

On Bravo's Instagram account, Amrit Kapai, Vishal Parvani, and Richa Sadana all shared their excitement in the comments section over the nod.

The winners will be announced at two GLAAD Media Awards ceremonies: one in Los Angeles on April 2 and one in New York on May 6.

It was also recently revealed that Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen is feeling the love. It was previously announced that the Andy Cohen-hosted late-night chat show, which was recently renewed through 2023, is up for Best Talk Show at the 27th Annual Critics Choice Awards.

The Amber Ruffin Show, Desus & Mero, The Kelly Clarkson Show, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, and Late Night with Seth Meyers are also nominated. Winners will be announced on March 13.

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