Ninety is just a number for Rita Moreno.

On Saturday, the Oscar-winning “West Side Story” star celebrated her birthday, and she talked about the big milestone with Brent Miller, producer of the documentary “Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It”.

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“It doesn’t feel any different. On the face of it, nothing has changed,” Moreno said, according to Deadline. “I’m older and deeply grateful for still being here. And inevitably, now there is concern about what’s next after ‘West Side Story’. And anyone who tells you otherwise is a damn liar.”

Miller added of the actress, “I can only hope that 45 years from today, I have half the spark, passion and love for my work, my country and humanity; as well as, the physical and mental ability to share it.”

Producer Norman Lear also commented that Moreno’s life is “one of the great American stories. She was 3-years-old when she came here from Puerto Rico, and lived the life we celebrate today as she turns 90. God Bless America and God Bless Rita Moreno. I love them both.”

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Moreno won Best Supporting Actress for playing the role of Anita in the original 1961 “West Side Story”. She can now also be seen playing the character Valentina in Steven Spielberg’s new remake of the classic musical.

Meanwhile, on Twitter, fans and more celebrated the occasion of Moreno’s 90th birthday.