After her “heartbroken” reaction to Jamie Lee Curtis’ Oscar win, Angela Bassett fans are supporting her.

Bassett did not smile or stand up when Curtis won the Best Supporting Actress award for “Everything Everywhere All at Once” on Sunday night.

Many Twitter users called the 64-year-old “shady” and a “sore loser” for appearing “crushed” compared to Kerry Condon and Stephanie Hsu.

Others defended the “American Horror Story” alum.

“Angela Bassett is allowed to be visibly disappointed that she didn’t win the Oscar,” one user wrote.
Angela Bassett appeared “disappointed” at the 2023 Oscars.

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“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” actress lost Best Supporting Actress.

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“I actually appreciate that Angela didn’t put on a face for the sake of being a ‘good sport,’” said another.
One Twitter user said Bassett should have “got up and walked… out” of the room, and others criticised the Academy for showing her face.
A fourth fan reminded haters that Curtis looked upset when Bassett won a Golden Globe in January.

“I didn’t see y’all talking s–t back then,” the person wrote.
Curtis won.

Curtis, 64, dedicated her Oscar to “hundreds of people” in her sparkling Dolce and Gabbana gown.

“[To] the entire group of artists who made this movie, we just won an Oscar,” “Freak Friday” star said.

“To all the thousands and hundreds of thousands of people who have supported my genre movies for these years, we just won an Oscar together!” she said.
Fans defended Bassett’s “heartbroken” and “crushed” response.
The “Halloween” actress thanked her late parents, Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, both Academy Award nominees.

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