That famous phase, “I didn't know I was even nominated,” (thanks Tyra) comes to mind as RuPaul takes the much coveted, historic distinction. Condragulations, Mawma!!!
Los Angeles, CA (Entertainment Weekly) — @RuPaul has shattered a Guinness World Record for #DragRace.
RuPaul has broken a Guinness World Record for 'RuPaul's Drag Race.'
RuPaul won his fifth consecutive Emmy in the category in September, breaking the record for individual victories and also pushing Drag Race over the top to become the most-decorated reality competition series in the awards show's history, with 39 overall nominations and 19 wins.
Survivor's Jeff Probst's four wins in the category currently rank as the second highest tally in the industry, followed by Jane Lynch, who has two trophies for hosting Hollywood Game Night.
As an overall series, Drag Race has won the Outstanding Competition Program three years in a row.
The Emmy-winning RuPaul's Drag Racehost has officially joined the Guinness World Records list, with the organization confirming the 60-year-old has been certified as having the most Emmy wins for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Competition Program.