Blame Hollywood for giving support so many accolades.
Surely the act of supporting someone or some idea is worthy of recognition. But perhaps support doesn't need its own highlight. Perhaps the notion of support needs to be elevated to the point where it is on par with any other function.
It's like when we call someone a "student" leader (leadership is leadership) or when someone is named a "top female executive" (executives should be judged by talent, not segregated by gender).
Let's get to a place where someone's support role is held in as high esteem as the leader, the manager, the entrepreneur, or the artist. Work is work, help is help, and success is success.