Tabitha and Napoleon D'umo - Awards and recognition

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Awards and recognition Primetime Emmy AwardsTabitha and Napoleon have won two Emmys from a total of four nominations. At the 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony, they joined the other choreography nominees and created a routine honoring dance that was performed just before the Outstanding Choreography award was presented. 2013 was the first year the Outstanding Choreography award was presented at the Primetime Emmys telecast rather than at the Creative Arts Emmys ceremony which takes place a week prior. Primetime Emmy Awards MTV Video Music Awards MTV Video Music Awards Dancers' Choice Awards Dancers' Choice Awards The Carnival Choreographer's Ball The Carnival Choreographer's Ball World of Dance World of Dance Entertainment WeeklyIn 2011, Entertainment Weekly compiled a list of the '25 Best Performances Ever' on So You Think You Can Dance. Tabitha and Napoleon choreographed four routines on the list. Entertainment Weekly Entertainment Weekly So You Think You Can Dance

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