Sheryl Lee Ralph shades the Kardashians’ $10,000 lips

Sheryl Lee Ralph she wants her younger self to feel positive about her body and think positively about life.

The actress shared her advice while chatting with him In style when he appeared on the Golden Globes red carpet. Subtly shaded as well the Kardashianslove for cosmetic procedures.

Ralph later shared an excerpt of the interview on his Twitter page and confirmed his stance on his statement.

He previously acknowledged the problems that have besieged the Golden Globes ceremony in recent years and praised the presenters for implementing new reforms.

Read below for more details.

Sheryl Lee Ralph’s advice to her younger self

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During his appearance on the red carpet at the 2023 Golden Globes, Ralph talked a bit about positivity and shared some advice for his younger self.

“There is nothing wrong with your nose. There is nothing wrong with your skin tone. There is nothing wrong with the way your hair grows out of your head,” the actress said while talking to him In style at the ceremony, per Insider.

Ralph received a Golden Globe Award for her portrayal of Barbara Howard on ABC’s hit series “Abbott Elementary.”

Proud of herself, she advised her younger sibling not to give up while throwing a sly pig at the Kardashians.

“And there’s definitely nothing wrong with her lips because there’s going to be people called the Kardashians who are going to pay $10,000 for her lips,” she added. “Hold on, 15-year-old Sheryl Lee Ralph, you’re good.”

“I Said What I Said”

Sheryl Lee Ralph

For the occasion, Ralph wore a sleeveless purple sequined dress that was embellished with even square beading. She wore dangling earrings, let her hair fall over her shoulders, and applied a lot of makeup to her face.

Ralph later shared some of it again In style interview on Twitter. A separate one it beeps, wrote: “I said what I said. I’m going to sleep now. Good night!” implying that he stood by his earlier statement at the ceremony.

In the comment section of her post, fans also wrote comments to support the actress’ statement.

“Big facts don’t like the truth or when you insult or call out those they adore,” one fan wrote.

“And a lot of 15-year-olds needed to hear what he had to say,” said another follower.

“Everyone deserves respect”

Sheryl Lee Ralph

Before the ceremony, Ralph also talked about how Golden Globe showrunners decided to be more inclusive after a publication’s investigation uncovered a history of diversity and ethics issues.

“I’ll be proud to see it take off,” the Emmy winner told NBC 4 in Los Angeles. HuffPost. “I’ll be more proud to see what the membership looks like. I will be more proud in five years when I see exactly who was nominated and chosen to win.”

During her impassioned speech, she thanked them for already making reforms that allowed people of color and people of other sexualities to be included.

“Everyone deserves respect,” he added. “Hollywood Foreign Press, thank you for opening your mind to at least consider giving people the respect they deserve.”

“Abbott Elementary” credits

Sheryl Lee Ralph at the Television Academy's 2022 Speaker Nominee Ceremony

While Ralph ultimately missed out on Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her performance in “Abbott Elementary,” the comedy series was the leading TV nominee and won three awards, including Best Comedy Series.

The show’s creator and star Quinta Brunson took home the award for best actress in a comedy series, while Tyler James Williams took home the award for his supporting role.

The critically acclaimed show previously received five nods at the September 2022 Emmy Awards.

At the ceremony, Ralph won the “Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series” award, ahead of co-star Janelle James and other contenders. Brunson also received the award for outstanding work in a comedy series.

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