Jamie Lee Curtis walked the red carpet on Sunday at the American Music Awards and proved she is one of the most relatable stars out there.
When "Entertainment Tonight" asked her how her recent birthday had gone, the "Knives Out" star laughed and said, "I'm just happy to be alive."
She said she and her husband hadn't felt up to going out that night and decided to stay in.
"There's nothing better than canceling dinner plans," she said. "I love making a plan and then canceling that plan."
Curtis went on to say she picked out the sweater she was wearing on her own. She said she'd been shopping at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York and, like many of us, texted a photo of it to a friend to see if she should get it.
Taylor Swift was honored as the Artist of the Decade at the AMAs on Sunday night, and many of the red carpet questions revolved around that. Curtis said she is a "Swiftie," but jokingly implored fans to "remember, I'm old."
Curtis also said she has long been a fan of Joni Mitchell and Carole King, who had the honor of presenting Swift with the award on Sunday.