Renee Zellweger won a Screen Actors Guild award in the nomination of the Best Actress for the role of the gay icon Judy Garland in the film ‘Judy’. And she devoted the award to the movie legend she was deeply honored to play. “Sharing the celebration of Judy Garland’s legacy will always be one of my greatest life blessings,” Zellweger said, adding that she has always loved Garland and believed it would be a privilege to tell her story to the world. “I feel so lucky to be a member of this family of storytellers, who get to do work that reflects the experience of being human, and fosters understanding and empathy and unity, and with some luck maybe pushes history a little bit closer to the light. Judy Garland, 50 years later, your community is thinking of you tonight. This is for you,” she ended her speech.