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You decide: Will Adam Sandler win both Worst Actor & Actress at Razzies?

By Daniel Montgomery
By Daniel Montgomery
Mar 12 2012 16:08 pm
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Drag performances regularly allow male actors to break through into Worst Actress. Adam Sandler's performance as his own annoying sister in "Jack and Jill" has him following in the footsteps of nominees like "the Wayans Sisters," who were cited for their work in "White Chicks" back in 2004. He is the frontrunner to win both this award and Worst Actor

George W. Bush was among those who won for his "performance" in 2004's "Fahrenheit 9/11." Though it is rare for the Razzies to nominate real-life individuals, Sarah Palin's propaganda documentary "The Undefeated" rubbed Razzie voters in all the wrong ways.

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It seems like Kristen Stewart will now be an annual favorite in the Worst Actress category after being cited for last year's "Eclipse," the second sequel to "Twilight." With "Breaking Dawn, Part 2" being released in 2012, Razzie voters will get one more chance to "honor" the actress.

Like Adam Sandler, Martin Lawrence is nominated for dressing in drag in "Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son," the third film in the critically maligned comedy franchise.

Just last year, Sarah Jessica Parker won this category along with her "Sex and the City 2" co-stars. Only a year earlier she was cited for "Did You Hear About the Morgans?" Parker is on a hot streak with Razzie voters and considering what a financial and critical failure "I Don't Know How She Does It" was, their love affair could continue. Making matters worse is her appearance in the ensemble comedy "New Year's Eve," for which she is also cited.

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