Even the greatest actors and actresses with their mouths full of teeth as they are received Oscar may be taking. A curse or what stuttering is fast and someone forgot to thank is easily done with that problem that hundreds of millions of people are watching. Showbiz site Hollywood Reporter put together a list of five at least uncomfortable Oscar Speeches.
1. Hilary Swank
Hilary Swank won the 2000 Oscar for Best Actress in “Boys Do not Cry ‘. During her extensive speech she forgot her husband Chad Lowe to thank. In 2005 she won again for her acting performance in “Million Dollar Baby” and then tried her forgetfulness of five years in advance to eliminate. A year later, the couple separated. This year even joked the creator of ‘Girls’, Lena Dunham, during the Golden Globes that she wanted to thank Chad Lowe, “because Hilary Swank had forgotten.”
2. Angelina Jolie
In 2000, Angelina Jolie won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in “Girls, Interrupted”. She shocked the audience by her brother James Haven on the red carpet passionate kiss on the mouth. During her speech, she said she “was so in love” with her brother. It quickly became a riot around incest created, but Jolie felt “pathetic”.
3. Melissa Leo
Melissa Leo won the 2011 Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in ‘The Fighter’. She managed a solid “F**king” in her speech processing: “When Kate [Winslet] two years ago won an Oscar, that seemed so”f**king “easy.”
4. Marlon Brando
In 1973, Marlon Brando even absent when he won the Oscar for Best Actor. He sent the American Indian activist Sacheen Little Feather on stage. “He can pick up this statue unfortunately not because the American Indians today are unfairly treated by the film industry.” Because her time was limited, she had a long speech that Brando had written for her, can not read. After her strange appearance, she read the entire speech Brando behind the scenes still to the press.
5. Roger Ross Williams and Elinor Burkett
Roger Ross Williams and Elinor Burkett won the 2010 Oscar for Best Documentary of “Music by Prudence”. When director Roger Ross Williams picked up the Oscar, his speech was interrupted by Elinor Burkett, who was the stage opgestormd. “Typically men, they never let women to speak.” The speech of Williams that followed, nobody remembers anymore, by that very uncomfortable time in advance. Afterwards came out that both the film had worked, but during the filming quarrel with him.