Melissa Leo won the Oscar for Actress in a Supporting Role tonight for her performance in The Fighter. The big news was that the actress dropped the F-Bomb during her acceptance speech.
“Oh my, oh my God. Oh wow really, really, really, really, really, truly wow. I know there’s a lot of people that said a lotta real real nice things to me for several months now, but I’m just shaking in my boots here. Ok, alright. Thank you David O. Russell. I want to thank the actors, Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, he might run out for a second, Amy, my sweet sister Adams, Jack, our lovely daughters. OK. Yeah, I am kind of speechless. Golly sakes, there’s people up there too. When I watched Kate two years ago, it looked so [EXPLETIVE DELETED]. Alice Ward, your beautiful family that opened your hearts. I saw Mick here earlier. Dick, a shout out for Nana? Alright Dick’s not in the room.”
The actress went on to gush:
“Thank you so much, opening your hearts to all of us to make this film. I thanked David, I’ll thank him again. My family, my beautiful son who is traveling right now in South America and can’t join me. It’s ok, I’m ok Jack. My Mom and my Dad and my brother and my friends and my family. I want to thank the very most of all, the Academy of Motion Picture Sciences, the Board of Governors, and all their members, whom many of you are here today. This has been a extraordinary journey in getting to know what the Academy is about and first and foremost, thank you Academy, because it’s about selling motion pictures and respecting the work! Thank you so much.”