First and foremost, her speech was great and you should watch it.
On a more shallow note, she also looks great and her lipstick AS USUAL is perfection. I was thinking about this yesterday. There are three kinds of celebs, sartorially-speaking. There’s the celeb that is very likely to show up looking all Bonkers Misguided even when you desperately hope she doesn’t — like, say, a Jennifer Lawrence. There’s the celeb that you HOPE pops up somewhere looking slightly bizarre, because it will be amusing or interesting or secretly great — your SWINTON, or your Helena Bonham Carter, or Solange. And then there is the celebrity that you simply never worry about, because even if what she’s wearing isn’t the absolute pinnacle of all she’s ever worn before, it’s HIGHLY unlikely she’ll make you cry sad tears. She generally makes smart outfit choices, and she knows what works on her body — like Viola Davis (Julia Louis Dreyfus also falls into this category). I’d use the word “reliable,” except that seems like an insult; it’s not. As ever, Viola looks elegant and polished, her head looks fabulous, her dress makes the most of her enviable shoulders and upper arms, she’s wearing something that’s age-appropriate but not in a way where that’s a euphemism, and the whole thing photographs perfectly. Which is exactly what you want for your history-making win.