Sandra Bullock Gives Speech for Worst Actress Razzie Win
Sandra Bullock may be up for Best Actress at Sunday night's Oscars, but on Saturday night, she took the stage to celebrate her victory as Hollywood's worst actress.
The star, 45, made the uncharacteristic step of appearing in person to collect her Razzie Award -- for Worst Female Performance for All About Steve -- at a Los Angeles ceremony. (Watch the clip above.)
"Something tells me you all didn't really watch the film because I wouldn't be here if you really, really watched it and understood what I was trying to say," she joked on stage before handing out DVDs of the film to the crowd.
She then asked them to rewatch it so that she could return to the Razzies next year and "give back" her award.
The star also won a Razzie for worst screen couple with costar Bradley Cooper, but she said "it's a film about a woman stalking a man" and "that doesn't really set up a premise for a loving couple."
But will this win help her chances at the Academy Awards?
"I think this is an extraordinary award," she said. "I didn't realize that in Hollywood that all you have to do is say you'd show up, and then you get it. If I had known that, I would have said I was appearing at the Oscars a long time ago."
The Golden Raspberry Awards are given annually to celebrate the worst in film ahead of the Oscars -- for which Bullock is nominated for the first time for Best Actress in The Blind Side.