While “Bombshell” didn’t take home any acting awards at the 92nd Oscars on Sunday, it did take home an award for its makeup art.

Kazu Hiro, Vivian Baker, and Anne Morgan won the Oscar for achievement in makeup and hairstyling for their work changing Charlize Theron into former Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly, among other transformations. In their acceptance speech, Hiro took it upon himself to call out the actress for her collaboration with the makeup team.

“[We] give our heartfelt thanks to Charlize Theron. You’re an amazing actor and producer, and your compassion and love and care made this film possible,” Hiro said. “Because of your bravery and passion we were able to set a new bar in the makeup industry and create a new way to tell stories.”

Theron’s transformation wasn’t an easy one to complete for the “Bombshell” team. They spent months researching how to perfectly mimic the former Fox News anchor's look, everything from the waves in her hair to the shape of her eyes. Theron admitted she had multiple pieces glued to her face, CNN reported.

"I ended up wearing two pieces on my eyes that went from my eyelid to my eyebrow, because our eyes were shaped so differently, and we did a little bit at the bottom of my face as well," Theron said.

In Hiro’s speech was the notable absence of recognition for Theron’s fellow “Bombshell” co-stars Margot Robbie and Nicole Kidman. Perhaps it’s because Theron was a producer for the film in addition to acting in a starring role?

Whatever the reason, Robbie didn’t seem to mind at all and could be seen holding Theron’s hand as she got emotional during the speech. Both Robbie and Theron looked sad at the end as well when the Academy began playing music to direct the makeup artists off the stage before Baker or Morgan could add to Hiro’s speech.

Charlize Theron Charlize Theron arrives for the 92nd Oscars at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California, on Feb. 9, 2020. Photo: Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images