GEORGE Stephanopoulos has received exciting news about one of his biggest projects outside of Good Morning America.
The presenter, 62, and his wife Ali Wentworth shared the huge success with fans on social media earlier this week.
The Emmy nominations were announced on Wednesday and George and Ali’s documentary Pretty Baby made the list.
The film chronicles “Brooke Shields’ journey from a sexualized young girl to a woman who embraces her identity and voice,” according to Hulu.
Executive produced by GMA host George and his wife Ali, and the duo have been promoting the project, which debuted on Hulu in April, for months.
Now they have announced that the documentary received several Emmy nominations.
Ali posted a group photo of the many people involved in the film, as well as an image of the Emmy logo.
She wrote in the caption: CONGRATULATIONS to our phenomenal director @lanawilson and amazing editors @matadorcontent on their #emmy nominations for #PrettyBaby.”
Ali also added a bunch of gold star emojis.
In the comments, actress Sarah Jessica Parker captioned, “Oh my god!!!! CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!! To all!! X”
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ABC News correspondent Rebecca Jarvis wrote: “Yes!! So well deserved.”
Mariska Hargitay and Robin Roberts also sent congratulations.
Just days earlier, George and Ali celebrated another big moment with Pretty Baby.
She was thrilled when she revealed the couple’s project was a Jeopardy! project. Ask.
In an IG post, Ali, 58, thanked a fan for sending her a snap of Jeopardy! had sent. Prompt, which referenced her and her husband’s Hulu mini-documentary series.
The prompt read, “It’s the title of a 1978 Brook Shields film and a 2023 documentary series about Brook Shields.”
The correct answer was, “What is Pretty Baby?”
This exciting week begins for the couple, having only recently returned from a romantic getaway to Greece.
George took a brief break from GMA to enjoy the holiday with his wife and Ali made sure to share a few snaps from their trip on social media.