Jamie Lee Curtis is all of us, and the Everything Everywhere All at Once star had some choice words for haters of Ariana DeBose's BAFTA rap.
You know the one.
"Hong Chau; Dolly D; Kerry; and Carey with a C; Dame Emma, I'm so fond; Ana girl, you were great in Blonde."
"Danielle D, you broke my heart. Michelle, I've loved you from the start.
"Angela Bassett did the thing. Viola Davis, my 'Woman King.'"
"Blanchett Cate you're a genius. And Jamie Lee, you are all of us."
While the rap was met with mixed reviews and criticism, Curtis was clearly feeling it.
And she didn't hold back when Deadline asked her about the bop that resulted in DeBose deactivating her Twitter.
She unloaded at the Producers Guild of America Awards:
"I'm unclear as to what the f**k people are on about."
"And for me, it was joyous, celebratory, sisterly, hot, spicy, and she's so incredibly talented."
She also noted the questionable reactions from the name-dropped ladies was a result of cameras suddenly in their faces at awkward angles. Since no one had previously heard the song, they had no idea why the camera operators were so close.
But by the time they got to her, she was into it.
"I was into the music and I was having a great time."
She finished, praising DeBose:
"She is a fantastic talent."
"These people should shut the f**k up, back the f**k off, and let this woman just let shine her light because she is fantastic."
"She is FANTASTIC!"
WARNING: NSFW language
People on Twitter wholeheartedly agreed.
We'll just leave you with our thoughts as summed up perfectly by the following tweet: