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Lupita Nyong'o Beats Out Jennifer Lawrence & Wins Best Supporting Actress At The 2014 Critics’ Choice Awards!

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She may have been a little terrified, but she looked damn beautiful!

And this was well deserved!

Lupita Nyong'o just walked away with the Best Supporting Actress trophy at the Critics’ Choice Awards.

The gorgeous 12 Years A Slave had tough competition to beat out, including Scarlett Johansson (Her), Jennifer Lawrence (American Hustle), Julia Roberts (August: Osage County) June Squibb (Nebraska) and Oprah Winfrey (Lee Daniels' The Butler), the latter of which gave her a standing O.

A standing O from big O?! It doesn't get any better than that!

Congrats girl!!

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3 comments to “Lupita Nyong'o Beats Out Jennifer Lawrence & Wins Best Supporting Actress At The 2014 Critics’ Choice Awards!”



  1. 1

    12 Years a Slave is, without a doubt, the most moving cinema experience I have ever had. The movie was nearly impossible to watch, I guess because the truth is hard to swallow. The horror of slavery has never been made so real to me. Lupita Nyong'o has earned and deserves each and every award that will come her way. Oscar included.
    I live in a southern state and have been on tours of rice fields where the tour guide said something like "the slaves worked hard and on Sunday cooked their food and sang songs preparing for the coming week". I didn't believe it then and I don't believe it now.
    BTW: I took a tour of a real rice field one May day. It was so hot that two people had to be removed after less than twenty minutes. MAY!!!

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    Aw, she's so lovely. She wasn't expecting to win and her reaction was precious. She deserved this award and hope she wins the Oscar, as well. :)



  3. 3

    Re: thelmalouise – we haven't had slavery in 169 years, so if you're still suffering from slavey you might need professional help. man the woman is black alright.