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THE TOP FIVE WORST OSCAR ACCEPTANCE SPEECHES

Aren’t the Academy Awards just inexplicably gross these days? If the closed minded, Hollywood-saturated shortlists weren’t reason enough to flick past BBC1’s 84th anniversary coverage last night, recent years have produced an influx of cringe-’til-you-cramp acceptance speeches. After a good few hours of tormented deliberation, here’s a our breakdown of the very worst…

(1) Halle Berry, 2002.

(2) Gwyneth Paltrow, 1999.


Gwyneth Paltrow winning an Oscar® for… by nervemedia

(3) Cuba Gooding Jr. 1996.


Cuba Gooding Jr._#39;s ecstatic Oscar®… by nervemedia

(4) Roberto Benini, 1999.


Roberto Benigni goes wild at the Oscars® by nervemedia

(5) Sally Field, 1980.


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If you’re more pure at heart than us and did catch The Oscars, you’ll know that The Artist pretty much swept the board. Check out our interview with the film’s canine-inclined star, Uggie, from early January.

THE TOP FIVE WORST OSCAR ACCEPTANCE SPEECHES

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