The Oscar nominations were announced Tuesday morning by Tracee Ellis Ross and Leslie Jordan via a live stream on YouTube, The Hollywood Reporter reports. But each year, the Black community holds their collective breath to see if any Black actors will be recognized for their performances and work in the film industry. 

However, one snub people haven't gotten over is when Angela Bassett who starred as Tina Turner in the 1993 film What's Love Got to Do With It, didn't win the Oscar for best actress in a leading role.

In a throwback interview with Andy Cohen on his show Watch What Happens Live, the host relayed a fan's comment to the legendary actress.

"John from Costa Rica said, 'I always felt Angela was robbed of the Oscar for her portrayal of Tina Turner. What are her feelings?'" Cohen said.

Without hesitation, Bassett responded by hitting her fist on her armchair and let out a little chuckle, "Yeah, me too." The Academy Award-nominated actress lost the coveted prize that year to Holly Hunter for her role in The Piano.

“Good, I agree,” Cohen concurred, People reports.

"John from Costa Rica" isn't the only one still upset over the loss. People took to Twitter to rehash the moment.

One person said they even thought Bassett was Turner growing up.

And someone even created a petition to award Bassett with an Oscar for the role.

As people prepare to watch the 94th Academy Awards on March 27, some will be on edge, hoping there aren't any snubs this year.