It was a tight race for the award for Best Supporting Actress at Sunday's the Critics' Choice Awards. In an exciting turn of events, Alicia Vikander beat out award show vet Kate Winslet and snagged the coveted trophy.
We couldn't be more excited for Miz Vikander since she was an absolute scene-stealer in the 2015 flick The Danish Girl. Not to mention, the 27-year-old was trumped by the Steve Jobs actress at this year's Golden Globes. Oof!
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Nonetheless, the up-and-comer also beat Jennifer Jason Leigh for The Hateful Eight, Rooney Mara for Carol, Rachel McAdams for Spotlight, and Helen Mirren for Trumbo. Color us impressed!
Also, the wins kept coming in for the Swedish performer as her Sci-Fi project Ex Machina took home the prize for Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie. Woo hoo!
The other nominees in the category were It Follows, Jurassic World, Mad Max: Fury Road, and The Martian.
Be sure to ch-ch-check out her touching acceptance speeches for yourself (above) and (below)!
And be sure to check out ALL the winners as they're announced HERE!
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