John Legend joined his fellow "Jesus Christ Superstar: Live in Concert" executive producers Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice in scoring the 13th, 14th and 15th EGOTs in history as the Creative Arts Emmys wrapped up on Sunday night.
The live musical won in the category of Outstanding Live Variety Special. Legend is also up for Best Actor for his portrayal in the title role of Jesus Christ on the NBC special.
The late Anthony Bourdain was honored posthumously with five wins for "Parts Unknown," to tie "Jesus Christ Superstar's" total haul. Elsehwere, "RuPaul's Drag Race" scored four trophies, with another win as Best Host for Ru herself (third in a row!). Netflix's hit "Queer Eye" revival scored three Emmys, including Outstanding Structured Reality Series.
"Saturday Night Live" was the night's top winner, bringing home six additional trophies -- Tiffany Haddish won Saturday night for her hosting appearance -- to tie it with "Game of Thrones" leading into next week's Emmys ceremony. "Thrones" emerged on top after Saturday night's portion of the event, which also saw the Academy make history as all four Guest acting Emmys went to black men and women for the first time ever, including Haddish's win.
HBO and Netflix are neck and neck coming out of the Creative Arts Emmys, with the pay channel edging out the streamer 17 wins to 16. They are followed by NBC (15), CNN (8) and FX (7). Check out the full list of Sunday's winners below. You can see Saturday's winners here.