The TV and movie queen provided the laughs during the acceptance speech for her very first Emmy Award.
Jennifer Coolidge - never change. The 74th Emmy Awards took place last night, where the glam-est of the glam TV stars were dressed in their finery to win or lose out in their chosen category.
The newest Emmy winner, Jennifer Coolidge, claimed her very first Emmy award for her supporting role in HBO's 'The White Lotus'. The series also won Best Limited Series last night, plus her co-star Murray Bartlett claimed Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series.
During her acceptance speech, 61-year-old Coolidge delivered on comedy gold, making us all realise once again that yes, she truly is one of Hollywood's best.
From talking about lavender baths, to saying "shit", to dancing to the "get off the stage" music, her acceptance speech truly is something you just have to see and makes us think how boring life would be without her smiling face radiating to us on the screen.
Here's the Jennifer Coolidge Emmy win for you.
'The White Lotus' will be back on our screens this October with a second season on HBO (available in Ireland via Sky Atlantic and NOW). Jennifer Coolidge is the only main cast member to return to the series, reprising her role as the super-rich Tanya McQuoid. Based in Italy this time around, the new cast joining her European getaway includes Aubrey Plaza, Will Sharpe, Theo James, Tom Hollander and Meghann Fahey
For a full rundown of all of this year's Emmy Award winners, you can catch up here.