Jamie Lee Curtis receives AARP Award, celebrates Oscar nomination

If there's anyone that can work a red carpet, it's Jamie Lee Curtis. The first-time Oscar nominee for her role in "Everything Everywhere All at Once" donned a classic black suit with floral embellishments for the AARP Movies for Grownups Awards on Jan 28.

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – On the heels of her 1st Oscar nomination for “Every thing Everywhere you go All at The moment,” Jamie Lee Curtis was honored Saturday at the AARP Movies for Grownups Awards with a occupation achievement honor and lauded by her friends for her milestone. 

At 64, Curtis is a complete-fledged grown-up, but she exuded a childlike power, soaking up each individual moment of praise. 

Jubilantly producing her way down the red carpet in a traditional black go well with with floral gildings, Curtis posed for photos with her pal Brian Tyree Henry, paused mid-job interview to say hi there to fellow 1st-time Oscar nominee Brendan Fraser and stopped as soon as far more to share a sweet second with Jeff Bridges as the longtime friends kissed, hugged and swiftly caught up ahead of the ceremony taking spot at the Beverly Wilshire hotel.