At 39, John Legend is the youngest EGOT victor ever

At 39, John Legend is the youngest EGOT victor ever

As for a breakdown of John's other awards. While he's most known for the incredible music he creates, he's also taken a few turns producing and acting in shows like Underground as Frederick Douglass and in NBC's live musical concert event for Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert.

The singer struck gold at Sunday's Creative Arts Emmys, where "Jesus Christ Superstar, Live in Concert" was named Outstanding Variety Special.

Speaking with ET over the summer, Legend admitted it would be "pretty incredible" if he were to become an EGOT victor.

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Andrew Lloyd Webber, left, John Legend, and Tim Rice winners of the award for outstanding variety special for "Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert" poses in the press room during night two of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards at The Microsoft Theater. He also has a Tony as producer on the 2017 revival of August Wilson's Jitney and an Oscar in 2015 for writing the Selma song "Glory" with Common.

Legend's wife, model and TV personality Chrissy Teigen, also celebrated with a photo of her kissing him and a video of Legend putting his latest trophy on the top shelf of a display of awards.

The trio became the 13th, 14th and 15th performers to have won throughout their career an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony.

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Legend and fellow producers Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber all received Emmys for their work, propelling all three to EGOT status, and making Legend the first black man ever to hold the honor. He did all those at just 39 years old.

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, both involved in the stage production, also joined Legend as new EGOT winners.

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