Julia Louis-Dreyfus won her sixth straight Outstanding Comedy Actress in a Leading Role award at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards.

The 56-year-old star made history and set a new record for having the most Primetime Emmy Awards wins in a singular role as Selina Meyer in the HBO hit series “veep.”

The comedian-producer outperformed Candice Bergen’s record as Murphy Brown in the 1990s television sitcom with the same title.

She, too, outshined the other nominees in the same category like Pamela Adlon for “Better Things,” Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin for “Grace & Frankie,” Allison Janney for “Mom,” Ellie Kemper for “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," and Tracee Ellis Ross for “Black-ish.”

The powerful speech and teasing ‘Veep’ finale

Julia Louis-Dreyfus gave her gratitude to her fellow nominees.

“Fine and powerful funny ladies in our category... you are superb and I adore you,” she said in her speech.

She also got a little political, commending “Veep” for featuring real-life problems and issues. As the show is now coming to an end, its lead star even teased that they have a “great final season” to offer. She even revealed the possible plotline they are going to tackle. “We did have a whole storyline about an impeachment, but we were worried that someone else might get to it first,” she hinted. That made the audience cheer.

Dreyfus breaking records and making history

A lot of people predicted Julia Louis-Dreyfus winning; especially the industry and television show critics. For the record, she now has eight Primetime Emmy Awards awards - six from her role in “Veep” while the others are from her supporting character as Elaine Benes in “Seinfeld,” and leading role as Christine in “The New Adventures of Old Christine.”

In fact, Brad Hall’s wife has carried the HBO series’ reputation and fame.

The political satire comedy show even managed to replace “Modern Family” on the Emmy stage in the best-comedy category.

She is now holding the record for having the most wins in the lead actress category with seven awards. She is also tied to Cloris Leachman for having the most individual Primetime Emmy Awards of any performer.

Backstage, Louis-Dreyfus can’t believe that she has once again won as the outstanding comedy actress. "I don't know what to say … I'm sort of numb!” she said. She added that she is incredibly honored to receive the recognition and in awe that it happened again. “It's just all very baffling and a s----ton of good luck," she explained.