Jamie Lee Curtis’ viral reaction to Michelle Yeoh’s Golden Globe win is now on a T-shirt

Jamie Lee Curtis’ viral reaction to Michelle Yeoh’s Golden Globe win is now on a T-shirt
via @jamieleecurtis

On Sunday, the “Everything, Everywhere, All at Once” star posted a picture of the gifted meme shirt on Instagram

January 16, 2023
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Jamie Lee Curtis has gone viral again for another Instagram post about her reaction to co-star Michelle Yeoh’s recent Golden Globe win.
On Sunday, Curtis, 64, uploaded a picture of herself wearing a gifted meme-ified shirt created by Erin Gallagher that shows her ecstatic reaction to Yeoh’s win on Tuesday night.
I’m still stunned that a moment of natural exuberance and joy, became some sort of a symbol for women supporting other women,” Curtis wrote in the caption of her recent post, which has already garnered almost 327,000 likes.

“[Erin Gallagher] highlighted it with her gorgeous post and word anthem of support and somehow from Tuesday night to Friday night it became a T-shirt that was left outside my home with a dozen everything bagels from my ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ family,” she continued.
Curtis announced in an Instagram post on Saturday that she had tested positive for COVID-19, making her unable to attend several events such as the American Film Institute Awards and the Critics Choice Awards.
Everything Everywhere All at Once” co-star Stephanie Hsu attended the BAFTA Tea Party in Los Angeles on Saturday, where she posed on the red carpet with a sad face while holding the meme shirt as a show of support for her co-stars.
On Sunday, Yeoh took to Instagram to wish Curtis a speedy recovery while posing with the meme shirt.
Love you, [Jamie Lee Curtis]. Speedy recovery, need my hand in yours. We all miss you,” Yeoh wrote.
Curtis went viral last week for cheering on Yeoh, who won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for her role as Evelyn Wang in A24’s “Everything Everywhere All at Once.”
Once a cheerleader. ALWAYS a cheerleader. My Bae won a Golden Globe. Her first nomination and win. @michelleyeoh_official @everythingeverywheremovie,” Curtis wrote in an Instagram post on Wednesday about her co-star’s win. The post has gone viral in less than a week, already receiving over 674,000 likes.

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