Outstanding Oscar speech
Who can forget Gwyneth Paltrow's sobbing during her 1999 acceptance speech for Best Actress for "Shakespeare in Love"? Or Julia Roberts, who burst out laughing and neglected to thank "Erin Brockovich," the subject of her movie. However, Greer Garson, an actress, received the award for Best Supporting Actress in 1934 and delivered a speech that was seven minutes long.
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