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‘All This Beauty!’: Regina King, Issa Rae, and Tracee Ellis Ross Glow in Selfie, Fans Lose It Over Their #BlackGirlMagic

Regina King, Issa Rae, and Tracee Ellis Ross let their melanin pop and their pearly whites shine when they crossed paths recently and fans couldn’t handle the beauty.

What happens when three talented Black queens catch up with each other and document the moment in photograph form? Pure #Blackgirlmagic. The ladies were giving laid-back success vibes in their barely made-up faces and were all smiles in their pic.

(L-R): Regina King, Issa Rae and Tracee Ellis Ross/Photo Credit: @traceeellisross/Instagram

“EMMY NOMINATED TEEFS,” Ross captioned the star-studded photo.

All three actresses are celebrating 2020 Emmy nominations for their respective work in television. Tracee Ellis Ross and Issa Rae hold nominations for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for their work on “Black-ish” and “Insecure,” respectively, while Regina King landed a nom for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for “Watchmen.” The 72nd Emmy Awards is set for Sunday, Sept. 20.

The triple dose of brains and beauty brightened up fans’ days.

“When dental plans & talent unite with Black Girl Magic ❤️,” a follower wrote.

“I’d buy any toothpaste backed with these beautiful smiles ❤️”

“And some beautiful Teefs I might add… Congratulations Queens…,” a third gushed.

“All this beauty! ♥️ 🔥”

“It’s the skin for me 🙌🏽😍,” chimed in a fifth.

“Beautiful smiles, beautiful ladies, and skin goals. ❤️❤️❤️😍😍😍”

“I’m seeing a good movie,” a seventh predicted.

(L-R): Three Emmy-nominated Black queens: Regina King, Issa Rae and Tracee Ellis Ross/Photo Credit: @traceeellisross/Instagram

The image also exhibits the meeting of three different types of Black Hollywood success stories. Tracee, whose mother is The Supremes diva Diana Ross, was born into the business. Regina King got her start as a child actress, so she’s grown up in the business. Issa Rae is the greenest talent of the three, getting her start creating YouTube content and breaking out in “Insecure,” her successful HBO series about Black millennial friendships and relationships.

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