One day before she became a Best Actress Oscar winner for “The Blind Side,” Sandra Bullock took home another major Hollywood trophy: the Razzie Award. Bullock “won” Worst Actress for her performance in “All About Steve” and even made a rare appearance at the Razzies ceremony to accept the prize. “I didn’t realize that in Hollywood that all you have to do is say you’ll show up and then you get it,” Bullock told the room full of excited Razzie voters. “Because had I known that, I would have said I was appearing at the Oscars a long time ago.” Watch the video above.
Bullock feigned happiness at being named the winner, then suggested that Razzie members didn’t really watch “All About Steve” before voting for her. “I wouldn’t be here if you really, really watched it and understood what I was trying to say,” she chastised the crowd. “[So] we brought everyone in the audience tonight a DVD of ‘All About Steve.'”
As the audience roared with laughter, Bullock added, “Everyone gets a copy and this is the deal I’m gonna make you: I will show up next year if you promise to have watched the movie — and I mean, really watch it — and really consider if it was really and truly the worst performance. And if you’re willing to watch it, then I will come back next year, I will give back the Razzie.”
Who will join Bullock on the Razzie “winners” list this year for Worst Actress? The nominees are Katherine Heigl (“Unforgettable”), Dakota Johnson (“Fifty Shades Darker”), Tyler Perry (“Boo 2!: A Medea Halloween”), Jennifer Lawrence (“Mother!”) and Emma Watson (“The Circle”). The Razzie winners will be announced on March 3, one day before the 2018 Oscars ceremony.
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