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Caitlyn Jenner's done it again!
The 65-year-old's big appearance during last night's ESPY Awards helped the annual ESPN awards show score its biggest ratings ever.
According to Variety, Wednesday night's ESPYs broadcast on ABC raked in 7.7 million viewers overall, a 2.2 rating/8 share in adults 18 to 49. Nielson clocked the show in at a 6.0 averaged rating, which is up a whopping 253 percent from last year's telecast. The ESPYs broadcast on ESPN garnered about 2.2 million viewers, which means in total nearly 10 million people wacthed Caitlyn accept her Arthur Ashe Courage Award.
While being honored on stage, the Olympian gave a moving and emotional speech that received a standing ovation from audience members.