Jump with Jill‘s “Get Me Goin’” Breakfast Danceable Music Video was nominated for an Emmy® Award by the Michigan Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in the Children/Youth/Teens – News Feature category. Watch the video from the ceremony!
Jill Jayne attended the ceremony with her husband, who both donned Converse. This award is a lifetime in the making. Thank you to our families and friends for supporting us behind the scenes, the production team, cast, & crew for working so hard on this project, the staff and students at Jenison Middle School for graciously hosted us for the filming, Maranda at WOTV for airing the project, and the Michigan dairy farmers and milk processors and the United Dairy Industry of Michigan for making this project possible!
Jump with Jill‘s “Get Me Goin’” Breakfast Danceable Music Video was nominated for an Emmy® Award.
|Jump with Jill creator Jill Jayne attended the event with her husband.|
|The Emmy® Awards were held at the Sound Board Theater
at the MotorCity Casino & Hotel in Detroit, MI.
|Jump with Jill was nominated in the Children/Youth/Teens – News Feature category
by the Michigan Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
|Jump with Jill creator Jill Jayne walked the carpet in silver Converse.|
Jump with Jill sadly did not win, but if they would of, here is what Jill would have said:
313, what is UP!? I’m so excited for this honor, I will begin by doing the running man. <Jill steps stage left to complete the running man, returns to the podium> I’d like to begin by saying that I am a Registered Dietitian. Before you hide your dessert from me, let me just say that my approach to health is not counting calories or telling you what not to eat. Instead, I’m the creator of the world’s only rock & roll nutrition show, Jump with Jill. We have created a world where being healthy is not just the important thing to do, but the cool thing to do. Thank you for the recognition that effective nutrition education can and should also compete in the world of entertainment.
This award is a lifetime in the making. Thank you to:
My husband and beautiful baby girl.
My parents and teachers who helped me channel my weird into something productive for the world.
My brother and business partner, Mark, my production team, cast, and crew for making this project look and sound so great.
The staff and students at Jenison Middle School in Jenison, MI who graciously hosted us for the filming.
Maranda at WOTV for airing the project.
Michigan dairy farmers and milk processors and the United Dairy Industry of Michigan for making this possible.
<take a bow and blow kisses, kiss statue, run with statue tucked under arm like a Heisman>
Don’t you wish you could have seen this?