NEW YORK -- Jennifer Hudson just achieved EGOT status.
The 40-year-old actress and singer from Chicago took home her first Tony award Sunday night, CNN reported.
It's the final trophy she needed to complete the quartet: That's EGOT for Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony.
The final jewel in her crown is thanks to "A Strange Loop," which she produced.
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It took home best musical.
Her Oscar was for the 2007 movie, "Dreamgirls."
She's actually a two-time Grammy winner, but she got her first one for her 2009 self-titled album.
And her daytime Emmy came last year for the animated short "Baba Yaga," which she co-produced and lent her voice to.
Chicago native Jennifer Hudson joins elite league of EGOT winners with Tony win
Jennifer Hudson Emmy win was for 'Baba Yaga'; she's a 2-time Grammy winner