Sandra Oh made history multiple times on Sunday night.
First, became the first Asian host of the Golden Globe Awards. Second, she became the first woman of Asian descent to win multiple Golden Globes.
What's more, Oh is the first woman of Asian descent to win the coveted Golden Globe for Best Actress in a TV drama.
“I said yes to the fear of being on this stage tonight because I wanted to be here to look out into this audience and witness this moment of change,” Oh said during Sunday's telecast of the 76th Annual Golden Globes.
“Right now, this moment is real. Trust me, it is real. Because I see you and I see you — all of these faces of change — and now so will everyone else.”
While fans of Oh took to social media to praise her for her accomplishments, the cast and crew of the show that propelled her to international stardom led the charge.
Oh yes, we're talking about Grey's Anatomy.
Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes could not contain her excitement in the moments following Oh winning the award for her role on BBC America's Killing Eve.
After having some time to let the big win soak in, Rhimes returned to Twitter with another tweet in which she said that Oh is "always best actress."
Kate Walsh also opened up about her former co-star's win by calling her a "legend."
Meanwhile, Kevin McKidd said the following:
"Sandra!!!!! @IamSandraOh !!! I’m so proud today! Xxx," said the Owen Hunt actor.
Finally, Camilla Luddington, who plays Jo Karev took to Twitter with the following:
Ellen Pompeo has yet to react to the news, but she had nothing but praise for her former co-star was nominated for an Emmy in the leading actress category for the first time.
"I was not on my phone yesterday and clearly missed ALOT!!! Congratulations @IamSandraOh this is beyond well deserved and your history making is incredibly moving," Pompeo tweeted in July.
"Can't wait to hear your speech!! Which will have us in tears and laughing at the same time no I'm sure."
Okay, Grey's Anatomy Fanatics!
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