8 embarrassing Oscars moments that should win the cringe award
Seth MacFarlane hosts the Oscars - 2013
Seth hosted what can, at best, be described as a rather uncomfortable evening. From the We Saw Your Boobs number (where he spoke about nudity in film that year), to the various references to how terrible the show would be, to... ag, you know what? Everything. Just everything was bad.
These two were just terrible. Anne was waaaay too excited. James tried too hard to be funny, and seemed to not really care about being there for most of the evening. The entire night was one BIG embarrassment, really. Maybe this is why the ceremony had 9% less viewers than it did in 2010?
Pictured here with his ex-wife Linda Hamilton, James was criticised for shouting “I’m King of the World!” at the end of his speech. He defended his excitement, saying: “Hey, come on. I’d just won best director – I was a happy camper! It wasn’t meant to be literally: ‘You all suck and I’m great.’”
The woman started crying the moment she heard her name read out. Which isn’t really that unusual, especially since it’s such a great honour, but boy, did this woman blubber! The Oscar is banished from her home because it brings back memories of that embarrassing moment.
The quirky singer and Dancer in the Dark actress made fashion disaster history when she graced the red carpet in a swan dress designed by Marjan Pejoski -- and even pretended to lay an egg!
The Pulp Fiction star was overheard on live TV cursing out his Best Supporting Actor loss to Ed Wood's Martin Landau. He swears at around 1:14.
EVERYONE has made fun of this speech. From Jim Carrey in The Mask, to Bugs Bunny in The Looney Tunes. I squirmed just watching the clip. I can’t imagine the tension in the room as she said those immortal lines: "I can't deny the fact you like me. Right now, you really like me!"
Angelina Jolie's Right Leg - 2012
Remember this from 2012’s Oscars? Angie’s leg went viral after she flashed her appendage in a thigh-high Atelier Versace dress. The pose was even mocked by Jim Rash while he accepted the award for Best Adapted Screenplay for The Descendants.
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