British actress Janet McTeer found out the news of her nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "Albert Nobbs" while in the greenroom of the "Today" show.
"I'm bouncing off in my skin," McTeer said, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The actress says she was inundated with texts, including one from her mother in England, who McTeer thought didn't even know about the nominations coming out today.
She did have time to talk to co-star Glenn Close, who was nominated for Best Actress in the film.
"We just giggled like mad, that our film, that took so long to get out the door, was getting recognized," she said, reports THR. "The delay of gratification makes it more charming. It's a small film with big heart and we didn't have ton of money. Now hopefully more people will go and see it."