Zendaya, who’s 24 years old, set a record yesterday by becoming the youngest actress to win the Lead Actress in a Drama Emmy for her role as Rue Bennett in HBO’s Euphoria.

On Twitter, people celebrated Zendaya’s record-breaking win as soon as it happened.

Many users were also quick to point out that she was also the second ever black actress to win in the category, both as a part of the celebration and as a way to shine a light on the industry’s bias.

“I still can’t believe it myself,” Zendaya said. “It’s pretty crazy.”

The actress has not yet taken to social media to celebrate her win, but has instead been celebrating the other Emmy wins of Euphoria‘s crew. The only acknowledgement she has made of her own award on Twitter was in the form of an update to her profile picture, which is now a screenshot of her yelling with the Emmy in hand.

Last year, Jodie Comer set the record Zendaya broke by winning an Emmy for her role in Killing Eve at 26 years old. Roxana Zal, who was 14 years old when she won the 1984 Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie, remains the youngest ever winner of an Emmy award.