Sheryl Lee Ralph’s ‘Abbott Elementary’ Co-Stars Cheer Her On At Super Bowl: Photos
Sheryl Lee Ralph is lucky to have such a special TV family! Sheryl’s Abbott Elementary co-stars Quinta Brunson and Lisa Ann Walter were both at the Super Bowl on Feb. 12 supporting Sheryl, 66, who performed the Black National Anthem at the start of the game. Quinta, 33, and Lisa, 59, took an adorable photo together in the audience when Sheryl sang “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” Both Quinta and Lisa proudly wore Eagles jerseys to support the home city of their hit TV show!
C’mon #Birds! #JalenHurtsLegs
— Lisa Ann Walter (@LisaAnnWalter) February 13, 2023
Lisa shared the photo of herself and Quinta to Twitter. “Booth crashing to watch Sheryl! @sherylleeralph @quintab @abbottelementary represent,” Lisa wrote on the picture. The Parent Trap The actress also posted a selfie of herself in the stands at the game.
After her performance, Sheryl shared a video to Twitter where she thanked all her supporters. “I am here at the Super Bowl and I’m feeling so good. Thank you for all of your amazing tweets and comments about my rendition of ‘Lift Every Voice and Sing.’ It is 123 years old today. I thank everyone for joining in at a time when we all need to come together,” she said. Sheryl also said, “I thank everybody for understanding it. Some never will, some always will get it. God bless us all and unity. We’re gonna fight and carry on until victory is won.”
I am so grateful to you all! #SuperBowl #LiftEveryVoiceandSing pic.twitter.com/aQ10IrUQMN
— sheryl lee ralph (@thesherylralph) February 13, 2023
Ahead of the performance, Sheryl opened up about the importance of singing the Black National Anthem. “I love the fact that the NFL has chosen this year to do its best to work towards diversity and inclusivity, to include the Black National Anthem along with the American National Anthem, along with one of the best songs ever, ‘God Bless America, ‘” she said to HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY performing days before. “It’s just a beautiful time.” the Waterbury, CT native also said. The appearance comes after she nabbed her first-ever EMMY award just months ago in Sept. 2021 in the Best Supporting Actress for Abbott Elementarymaking her the first Black woman to do so in 35 years.
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