I cheer for her too!

Actor Crowe Cheers Oscar Win for Kidman
SYDNEY, Australia – Russell Crowe cheered fellow Australian Nicole Kidman’s Oscar win for “The Hours,” saying her “dedication, brilliance, resilience and generosity has been lauded, applauded and finally handsomely rewarded.”
Kidman, 35, became the first Australian to win the best-actress Oscar. She won the award, which was presented Sunday at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, Calif., for her performance as Virginia Woolf.
“I couldn’t be happier for her, her family, her pets, everyone,” said Crowe, who won the best-actor Oscar in 2001 for his role in “Gladiator.”
Kidman said she was shocked when Denzel Washington announced her name.
“I just am very proud to have been nominated and to have actually won and I’m very proud to represent my country,” she told Australian television’s Nine Network in an interview during post-Oscar celebrations.