Ebony Magazine’s "Power 100" list of influential black Americans is set to be released next week, and Ebony editor-in-chief Mitzi Miller joined ET to preview the obvious selections as well as some surprising new additions to the list.
"At the very top, you have the usual suspects," Miller told Nancy O’Dell and Kevin Frazier. "We’ve got Oprah, Beyonce, Steve Harvey, and Pharrell Williams. But then we’ve got some newcomers like Mo’Ne Davis, Misty Copeland, and Kevin Hart."
Miller also revealed that ET's very own Kevin Frazier made this year's list!
"Kevin Frazier is on the list this year, in recognition of him joining Entertainment Tonight," Miller told an elated ET crew.
"This is crazy, I mean, I’m so excited," Frazier replied. "It’s one of those things that you just say, 'Wow, what a blessing.' It’s a very humbling experience."
Frazier was also thrilled at his placement in the 'Power 100' photo graphic.
"What I love is that I got squeezed in with Viola Davis and Michael Strahan," he laughed. "That’s an honor right there!"
The Ebony "Power 100" issue hits stands next week.