Jamie Lee Curtis Says Her Oscars Statue Is Nonbinary In Honor Of Her Transgender Daughter Ruby

Jamie Lee Curtis is honoring her daughter Ruby with her Oscars statue.

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Over the weekend, Jamie took home her first Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, recognizing her role in Everything Everywhere All at Once.

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Since then, Jamie's been making the rounds to discuss her big win — and just revealed something very special about her Oscars statue.

During an appearance on the Today show, Jamie revealed that she named her Oscar in a tribute to her transgender daughter Ruby.

A closeup of Jamie and Ruby
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"Here they are!" Jamie said during her appearance on the show. "In support of my daughter Ruby, I'm having them be a they/them."

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She continued, "I'm gonna just call them 'them.' They/them. And they are doing great and they're settling."

Jamie happily holds her Oscar with her eyes closed
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Jamie's daughter Ruby came out as trans to her family in 2020 and the mother-daughter duo have since been incredibly open about their journey together.

Jamie poses with her husband, Ruby, and other daughter
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"I am here to support Ruby. That is my job. Just as it is to care and love and support her older sister Annie in her journeys. I'm a grateful student. I'm learning so much from Ruby. The conversation is ongoing," Jamie previously shared in an interview.

Jamie looks over at Ruby and she smiles
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Jamie has definitely been incredibly supportive of Ruby — and was even the officiant at her wedding to her partner Kynthia last year.

As for Jamie's Oscars win, she says that she "never thought in a million years" that she would have the opportunity have this experience.

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"I'm very, very moved by the whole thing," Jamie concluded.

Jamie poses with the cast of her film and their Oscars
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You can hear all that Jamie had to say below.