14 March 2023 | 11:11am
Jamie Lee Curtis will name her latest Oscar statuette the “better of the very best.” “They/They” pays homage to her transgender daughter, Ruby.
The “Everything Everywhere All at Once” star appeared on Tuesday morning’s episode of “Today.” And added that she even dropped the identify “Oscar.”
“To support my daughter Ruby, I let them be them,” Curtis explains. “I’ll name them ‘they’ them/them. And they’re doing nice.
“They are settling down.”
Curtis, 64, additionally mentioned she nonetheless would not consider in successful her first Oscar. She took residence the award for Best Supporting Actress.
“I by no means thought in one million years that I’d have these few days,” she instructed Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie, “and I used to be actually impressed by all of that.”
The “Halloween” star initially shared that her daughter, now 27, grew to become transgender in July 2021 in an interview with AARP journal, saying she and her husband, Christopher Guest. her “watched in amazement and satisfaction as our son grew to become Our daughter Ruby.”
a month later Curtis and Ruby sat down for a joint interview to speak about her transition and her path to self-acceptance.
“It was terrifying. Just the truth told [my parents] Something about me they don’t know,” explains Ruby, who works as a video editor. “It’s scary — but I’m not worried. They have accepted me all their lives.”
Curtis, 64, held a “World of Warcraft”-themed marriage ceremony for Ruby and her companion Kynthia in May 2022 in her yard.
Curtis and Guest, whom she married in 1984, even have a 36-year-old daughter, Annie, who wed in 2019.