Your favourite bébé is another year older! Today is Schitt's Creek star Catherine O'Hara's birthday. In honour of the occasion, Twitter users are sharing their favourite GIFs and moments from the Canadian actress.
Born on March 4, 1954, in Toronto, O'Hara has starred in more than one hundred movies and TV shows.
Since then, she's starred in Beetlejuice, Home Alone, Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show, and Killers, among tons more.
Whether you know her as matriarch Moira Rose or forgetful mother Kate McCallister, her work is a must-watch. Especially on this momentous occasion.
The Schitt's Creek Twitter account posted today that "By the power vested in me by twitter dot com, I proclaim this Wednesday, March 4th, 2020, to be #CatherineOHaraDay!"
By the power vested in me by twitter dot com, I proclaim this Wednesday, March 4th, 2020, to be #CatherineOHaraDay! https://t.co/YGCTSGtW71— Schitt's Creek (@Schitt's Creek)1583308800.0
A little while later, they tweeted, "Reply to this tweet with your favourite Moira GIFs to help us celebrate #CatherineOHaraDay!"
Reply to this tweet with your favourite Moira GIFs to help us celebrate #CatherineOHaraDay!— Schitt's Creek (@Schitt's Creek)1583332920.0
O'Hara fans didn't disappoint and were quick to hop on the Moira Rose GIF train.
@SchittsCreek a whole mood. #CatherineOHaraDay https://t.co/4jwOTPqh2O— Gem (@Gem)1583333025.0
@SchittsCreek https://t.co/dM1TCs18ha— Dana Is Wearing a Mask (@Dana Is Wearing a Mask)1583333271.0
@SchittsCreek https://t.co/YSgQAU2vcY— Lip Sync Battle (@Lip Sync Battle)1583336290.0
This classic deserves its own accolade.
@SchittsCreek https://t.co/2aVvcfRaaL— You make me feel right, David. (@You make me feel right, David.)1583333032.0
So does this shot from the first episode of season one.
@SchittsCreek https://t.co/kph4F6ntnY— Stef Hays (@Stef Hays)1583333001.0
We can't forget the iconic scene between Moira and David when they couldn't manage cooking a basic recipe. You just fold in the cheese, of course.
@SchittsCreek https://t.co/smmohokwSE— Diana Prince of Steaks (@Diana Prince of Steaks)1583333142.0
ET Canada shared a video about O'Hara noting that she won Best Comedy Actress in the Canadian Screen Awards four years in a row. Thanks to her character, we even have a new word called "Moiraism" defined as "a casual pretension or an unfiltered opinion on regular people".
We're just over here celebrating #CatherineOHaraDay 🥂 https://t.co/sVgs9iGvgr— ET Canada (@ET Canada)1583331974.0
Other fans shared old photos and GIFs of her flicks from decades past.
Vintage SCTV polaroids of Catherine O'Hara. I don't know who needs to hear this but no one has this range.… https://t.co/fuDvcYUzPQ— mandahadi (@mandahadi)1583336576.0
Every day should be #CatherineOHaraDay https://t.co/OucvxDzWGM— Eric Alper 🎧 (@Eric Alper 🎧)1583338015.0
Twitter trends tells me that its #CatherineOHaraDay. Now that is truly worth celebrating. There is no better charac… https://t.co/IVlT67XkcT— Michelle (@Michelle)1583333819.0
Happy #CatherineOHaraDay to all who celebrate https://t.co/Y6d2Q8sf9E— Shannon "buy stuff from ur local bookshop" Hale (@Shannon "buy stuff from ur local bookshop" Hale)1583340313.0
Before Moira Rose, there was Cookie Fleck. Happy #CatherineOHaraDay https://t.co/9Ifx83IwtU— Florida Brandywine (@Florida Brandywine)1583341016.0
It seems that even The Big Bang Theory's John Ross Bowie is a fan. He wrote, "Every day should be #CatherineOHaraDay and I'm assuming our Canadian brothers and sisters don't have to go into work today. Don't sleep on her work in After Hours, btw".
So is actor Nick Bolton who shared, "Catherine O'Hara deserves AT LEAST a month. #CatherineOHaraDay".
The hashtag has been trending in Canada all day and currently has over 3,000 tweets about the actress.