And the 2023 Oscar goes to...
Jamie Lee Curtis, who earned her first-ever Academy Award nomination this year, couldn't hold back the tears after Ariana DeBose announced that she won Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role for her work in Everything Everywhere All At Once. (See the complete list of winners here.)
"I have 45 seconds and I promised Janet Yang [the president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences] I would do it well because I'm a good girl," Jamie began her speech during the March 12 ceremony at The Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. "I know it looks like I'm standing up here by myself but I am not, I am hundreds of people."
Jamie then gave her flowers to the cast and crew of Everything Everywhere All At Once, as well as those in her inner circle.
"We just won an Oscar," she proclaimed. "To my dream team, my agent Rick Kurtzman, Heidi Schafer, Jane Ross, we just won an Oscar."
She continued, "To my family, my beautiful husband, Christopher Guest. Our daughters, Annie and Ruby. My sister Kelly, we just won an Oscar."
Jamie then collectively thanked anyone and everyone who has supported the genre of movies she's made over the years, gushing, "We just won an Oscar together!"
Before bowing out, Jamie concluded her acceptance speech with an emotional message to her parents, Hollywood legends Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh.
"My mother and my father were both nominated for Oscars in different categories," she shared with tears in her eyes, "I just won an Oscar."
The Halloween actress was nominated alongside fellow Everything Everything All At Once co-star Stephanie Hsu (a first-time nominee), Black Panther: Wakanda Forever's Angela Bassett, The Whale's Hong Chau (also a first-time nominee) and The Banshees of Inisherin's Kerry Condon
To see all of the Oscars 2023 winners, keep scrolling.