Jennifer Coolidge Celebrates Hot Streak in 2023 Critics Choice Win: 'It's Not Over Till You're Dead'

Jennifer Coolidge is on a roll! The actress won the 2023 Critics Choice Award for best supporting actress in a drama series for her portrayal of Tanya

McQuoid, a fan-favorite character on HBO's hit series The White Lotus, at Sunday night's awards ceremony. "Thank you very much," Coolidge, 61, began her acceptance speech.

"Thank you, Critics Choice Awards." "Hey, what's so funny?" she continued, calling out an audience member who appeared to be laughing. "No, I just want to thank you. I know

you've heard a lot from me this last month or two, but I just want to say this is such an honor. This is really kind of good as it gets. Not just from the east coast and west

coast, but all over the country voting on this and I just want to say thank you." Concluding her speech, Coolidge told viewers: "I just want to say to all the people out

there, for anyone that's sort of given up hope, I hope this gives you inspiration. It's not over until it's over. It's not over till you're dead... Thank you so much."

RELATED: Critics Choice Awards 2023: See the Full List of Winners It's been a busy week for Coolidge. On Tuesday, she won the 2023 Golden Globe Award for best

supporting actress in a limited series, anthology series, or TV movie. Upon accepting her award, Coolidge got emotional as she thanked Ryan Murphy, who she said was among

five people who kept her going in the industry for 20 years with these "little jobs." RELATED: Emmy Nominee Jennifer Coolidge Reveals a Friend Said She'd Be 'out of Her

Mind' to Pass on White Lotus