GossipCenter's Weekly Wrap Up: Awards Edition January 13-19
With awards season in full swing, it has been a busy week here at GossipCenter. Check out our coverage of the Critics Choice Movie Awards, the Screen Actors Guild Awards and the Academy Awards nominations here!
Celebs Gather for the Critics Choice Movie Awards: Eager for a night of honoring their own, celebrities gathered at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica to see which actors and films would take home some hardware. Best Picture honors went to "12 Years a Slave," while Matthew McConaughey took home best actor for "Dallas Buyers Club." Best Actress honors went to Cate Blanchett for her work in "Blue Jasmine."
Sandra Bullock Drops the F-Bomb During Critics Choice Speech: Perhaps upset by being interrupted during her acceptance speech, Sandra dropped the f-bomb after a voice came over the sound system saying "Critics Choice Awards." The 49-year-old beauty, who won Best Actress in an Action Movie, reacted with a harsh "What the f**k?"
Screen Actors Guild Awards Bring Out the Stars: Eager to glam up for another round of awards, stars headed to the 20th annual event to cheer on their peers. "American Hustle" took home the statue for Best Ensemble in a Motion Picture, while Cate Blanchett added to her awards season honors for her performance in "Blue Jasmine." Matthew McConaughey won the statue for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role for "Dallas Buyers Club."
Jennifer Lawrence has Armpit Issues at the SAG Awards: She is always quotable, and Jennifer Lawrence's red carpet interview at the 2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards was no exception. Complaining to E! reporter Giuliana Rancic that "armpit fat - it's awful," the 23-year-old nominee was told she had nothing to worry about. Firing back, Jen blurted, "Great. Now you can maybe look at my armpit vagina. All these cameras, it's horrible!"
Oscar Nominations Announced: It is the event that caps off awards season, and the one the film industry works towards every year. The Oscar nominees were announced by "Thor" hunk Chris Hemsworth and President of the Academy, Cheryl Boone Isaacs. Films going after Best Picture this year are: "American Hustle," "Captain Phillips," "Dallas Buyers Club," "Gravity," "Her," "Nebraska," "Philomena," "12 Years a Slave" and "The Wolf of Wall Street. "