Emmy nominations won’t be announced until July 13th, but it looks like a lot of A-list musicians are hoping to hear their name called. "Variety" reports that stars such as Bruce Springsteen, Beyoncé, Cher, Dolly Parton and more have all submitted projects for Emmy consideration this year. Beyoncé is hoping to nab a nomination for music direction and original song (for “Black Parade”) for her “The Lion King” companion film “Black is King,” while The Boss has submitted his Apple TV+ doc “Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You” in the music composition for a limited series, movie or special category. Among the other musicians looking for nods: H.E.R. for original song or “Hold Us Together” from the Disney Plus movie “Safety,” Sara Bareillis, who’s entered two songs from her Peacock series “Girls5Eva,” Cher, who has entered the song “Walls” from the Paramount Plus documentary “Cher and the Loneliest Elephant,” Mumford & Sons’ Marcus Mumford, for his work on the main title theme for “Ted Lasso,” and Dolly Parton, who’s entered two songs, one from her Netflix movie “Christmas on the Square,” and another from her CBS special “A Holly Dolly Christmas.” We'll find out on July 13th if any or all of these icons get Emmy nods. We'll let you know!