Jewel & CeCe Winans to Perform at 2021 Gracie Awards (1)

Jewel & CeCe Winans to Perform at 2021 Gracie Awards

Jewel & CeCe Winans to Perform at 2021 Gracie Awards


Jewel & CeCe Winans to Perform at 2021 Gracie Awards

The concert, which will honor Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson, and other artists, was originally scheduled to be held at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel but will now take place entirely online for a second year.

The 2021 Gracie Awards will feature performances by gospel music legends CeCe Winans and Jewel, as well as comedy legend Lauren Ash. Hosted by actress and comedian Lauren Ash

The event was originally planned for September 27th at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, but will be virtual for the second year in a row. In 2019, the Music Awards were once again hosted at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles. The last year before COVID-19 made such events much more difficult was 2018, when Sheryl Crow sang. Andra Day and Kelsea Ballerini have previously taken the stage.

The Alliance for Women in Media Foundation sponsors the Gracie Awards, which are now in their 46th year. They recognize women who have made “continues to influence and contribute to the success of all women in media,” according to a statement.

Taylor Swift and Kelly Clarkson will be recognized in 2021, as previously announced, with such other A-listers as Hillary Rodham Clinton, Robin Roberts, Kerry Washington, Catherine O’Hara, Lena Waithe, and Erin Andrews.

“We are excited to have Lauren’s comedic spirit and these extremely accomplished performers join us for the Gracies,” says Becky Brooks, AWM president. “Next year we’ll get together in person to celebrate women in media’s success.”
For the sixth year running, Vicangelo Bulluck will executive produce the spectacle.

This year’s honors are in celebration of AWM’s 70th anniversary. Since its creation in 1951, American Women in Radio and Television (AWRT), now known as American Women Media, has been dedicated to inspiring, educating, and celebrating women while also building connections between women from various media industries.

In its 70th year, the World War II AWM is continuing to grow and expand operations, with a focus on digital archives. The organization will commemorate the occasion with the launch of a Voices of Courage digital tapestry, a commemorative logo, and a social media campaign using #VoicesOfCourage and #70YearsOfCourage

Tune in on Tuesday, October 5th at 7 p.m. ET/PT at AllWomenInMedia on Facebook.

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