Rita Moreno, the legendary Puerto Rican actress best known for her work in the "West Side Story" musical, was honored with a Lifetime Achievement recognition during the 2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards. Morgan Freeman presented the award to the actress making note she is part of the EGOT elite, those who have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and a Tony. Moreno received her Academy Award in 1961 for Best Supporting Actress in the film adaptation of "West Side Story" where she played Anita del Carmen. In 1972, she won a Grammy for Best Recording for Children when she was part of The Electric Company. The Tony Award came in 1975 for Best Featured or Supporting Actress in a Play for "The Ritz" and finally her Emmy in 1977 when she performed on "The Muppet Show."

Freeman added that not only Moreno has been recognized by those prestigious awards, but also by the ALMA Awards, National Medal of Arts and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. "A world class actress, singer, dancer and a fighter who broke sexual and racial barriers that plagued Hollywood those days," was the introduction to the great Rita Moreno. After a reel of her distinguished body of work, Cate Blanchett, Julia Roberts and Meryl Streep kiss the actress as she walked by, with Roberts being extremely emotional and crying. The whole room gave her a standing ovation and showing off that she still has dance skills at 82, danced on stage.

"I'm breathless, bloody happy," she said including an expletive which she was not sorry for saying on live television. "I was 31 when recognized with an Oscar and only said 'I can't believe it and leave you with that.'" Now comes this honor at 82. Hopefully it is early in the third act of my life. So let me say this... Hi Jeremy Renner.... Oh no, that's not what I wanted to say." Moreno starts singing, "As I approach the prime of my life, I have the time of my life learning to enjoy at my pleasure all the simple pleasures and so happy concede... This is all I ask... This is all I need." The camera pans to Cate Blanchett who is getting emotional watching her sing and then cuts to Sandra Bullock who is attentive.

"And finally to quote my younger self I life you with this... Hi Brad.. Oh no sorry..." she said before starting to sing again. "So let the music play as long as there's a song to sing and I will be young than spring." She ended her speech saying, "Thank you SAG. Thank you fellow actors." Mr. Freeman took her by the arms and we get another shot of Julita Roberts misty-eyed.