Holland Taylor was proud to stand by her girlfriend Sarah Paulson at Saturday's 32nd Annual Television Critics Association Awards.
Paulson won for her role as Marcia Clark in The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, and Taylor was her biggest cheerleader. "Individual Achievement in Drama #TCAAwards," the 73-year-old actress captioned a pic of Paulson with her award. "Such a joy to see her win! Superb performance!"
The couple -- who went public with their relationship in December -- definitely won for best dressed at the awards ceremony. Paulson, 41, stepped out in a sheer, curve-hugging black dress, while Taylor chose a lovely white silk leopard print getup that perfectly complimented her girlfriend's ensemble.
These two are always supporting one another when it comes to their careers. In January, Paulson told ET that Taylor was a big fan of her role in American Crime Story. "Holland Taylor gave me a review. She seemed to think it was a thumbs up," she said. "She might be a bit biased."
In a recent interview with NOTOFU, Paulson also addressed the criticism she and Taylor have received for their 32-year age difference. "You should be able to love whomever you f**king well please," she exclaimed. "I believe that everyone should be allowed to speak their truth and just say what they want to say and show the world who they are."