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Beyoncé, Springsteen, Fyre Fest doc receive 2019 Emmy nominations

Surviving R Kelly and Leaving Neverland also earned nominations

Fyre Fest's "Water Bottle Guy"
Fyre Fest’s “Water Bottle Guy”
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    Nominees for the 2019 Emmy Awards were announced today and several music-centric titles are among the finalists.

    HBO’s Michael Jackson’s documentary Leaving Neverland and Netflix’s FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, are each nominated for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special and Outstanding Directing for a Documentary/Nonfiction Program.

    Lifetime’s harrowing docu-series Surviving R Kelly, which reinvigorated the focus surrounding Kelly’s alleged sexual misconduct and led to his eventual arrest, received nomination in the Outstanding Informational Series or Special.

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    Meanwhile, Beyoncé’s life-affirming Coachella concert film, Homecoming, received six nominations, including Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded), Outstanding Music Direction, Outstanding Directing, Outstanding Writing, Outstanding Production Design, and Outstanding Costumes For Variety.

    Bruce Springsteen’s equally brilliant Springsteen on Broadway, earned nods in the Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded) and Outstanding Directing categories.

    You can see the complete list of Emmy nominees here.

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