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Tracee Ellis Ross Won A Golden Globe 44 Years After Her Mom, Diana Ross

"It's nice at 44."

Tracee Ellis Ross became the first black woman in 35 years to win a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a TV Comedy or Musical for her role on ABC's Black-ish on Sunday.

And yesterday, she took to Instagram to remind us all that there's another reason her win is so special — her mother, Diana Ross, is also a Golden Globe winner!

The legendary singer and actor won the Golden Globe for Best New Actress in 1973 for her role in Lady Sings the Blues...

Even cooler: That was 44 years ago — the same age Tracee was when she won this week.

“It’s nice at 44,” the younger Ross said during her acceptance speech. “I like it here!”

The pair are now among the exclusive club of famous mother-daughter duos who both have Golden Globes.