Jamie Lee Curtis celebrates her first Oscar nomination by channeling her inner unicorn

PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 05: Jamie Lee Curtis attends the 2023 Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Night Gala at Palm Springs Convention Center on January 05, 2023 in Palm Springs, California.

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2023 will be a historic year for the former “Scream Queen” Jamie Lee CurtisShe’s marked her 46th year in the business with her first-ever Oscar nomination, and she can’t believe it herself. And to celebrate the special occasion, she dresses up as the rarest of animals – a unicorn!

Curtis celebrated her Oscar nomination with an Instagram photo of herself in full unicorn form, complete with a silver mane, white ears and the all-important rainbow forelock. The caption simply reads “PINCH ME,” and it doesn’t take much imagination to figure out what upcoming awards show she’s thinking about.

Her nomination is just one of 11 for the runaway indie hit Everything everywhere at once in which she plays IRS examiner Deirdre Beaubeirdre — which also makes for a pretty good unicorn name. Curtis is no doubt as enthusiastic about her peers and crew’s nominations as she is about her own, if her seemingly unrelenting enthusiasm for the cast she’s produced this awards season is any indication.

The Queen of Halloween has been banging it out of the park on social media lately for this very reason. Curtis’ scream of delight at co-star Michelle Yeoh’s Golden Globe win almost immediately went viral and became a low-key movement of FRIENDS WHO SUPPORT FRIENDS. Move over rabbits! 2023 is the year of women empowering women and Jamie Lee Curtis is the new avatar. Right down to her unicorn horn.

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