Sheryl Lee Ralph shared a piece of advice to her 15-year-old self on the Golden Globes red carpet.
The actress told her younger self to think positively about her body.
She also said that one day "some people called Kardashians" would "pay $10,000" for her lips.
Ralph landed a nod for Best Supporting Actress for her performance as Barbara Howard in "Abbott Elementary."
She took to Twitter after the ceremony, saying, "I said what I said. Now, I'm going to bed. Goodnight!"
"And there are so many 15-year-olds who needed to hear you say what you said," a fan supported the actress.
Ahead of the ceremony, Ralph lauded the new reforms the Golden Globe showrunners have implemented.
"Thank you for opening your minds up to at least consider giving people the respect they deserve," she said.
While Ralph did not land a win at the Golden Globe, she previously won the "Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series" award at the 2022 Primetime Emmys.