Awards are coming up, but many people do not find the idea of watching each other. Sometimes occasionally, however, a dull award ceremony is livened up by something we really do not expect.
Sometimes, these occurrences are hilarious. Other times, they're just baffling, and-on-occasion-they're dark and disturbing.
10 James Franco Presents The Oscars Wearing A Dress
James Franco and Anne Hathaway are present at the 2011 Academy Awards Academy traditions.  Hathaway became the youngest host of the ceremony in its history, being just 28 at the time, while she and Franco were the Hathaway in a tuxedo and Franco in a strapless evening gown on a nightly morning vacation and blonde wig-a reference to Marilyn Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes .
Bruce Cohen, who felt that they represented the best of the current generation of performers. It did not really work, though, as the pair were heavily criticized for the strange drag sequence and the uncomfortable mix of Hathaway and too little from Franco. Spike Milligan Insults Prince Charles
Spike Milligan does not enjoy the same legendary status in the US as he does in the UK, but there, he is ranked as one of the greatest comedians of all time. His most famous creation was the radio comedy The Goon Show which was broadcast on BBC radio during the 1950s and co-starred Peter Sellers. The innovative surrealism of this show broke down in comedy, which is a formative influence on Monty Python, and is therefore a lifelong favorite of Prince Charles. The prince began listening to it at the time of its original broadcast and remains a fan of that even became an honorary patron of the Goon Show Preservation Society in 1998.
Given all this, it's no surprise that Spike Milligan was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award at the British Comedy Awards in 1994. However, Milligan was therefore a loose cannon who suffered from manic depression for most of his life, and the presentation of the award proved to be memorable for unforeseen reasons. Prince Charles, only for the comedian to interrupt and call the Prince a little groveling bastard to the audience.  The whole thing was captured on film, but Charles saw the funny side, and Spike still got a knighthood in 2001.
8 Christine Lahti Is Unavailable
Some of the actors probably have nightmares about being on the toilet when their big win is announced, but for Christine Lahti, it became an embarrassing reality at the 1998 Golden Globes.  The Hope of Chicago Hope won the award for Best Actress in a Drama Series break at the moment. The situation really took a step into excruciating territory for those attending the awards and the viewers at home as Lahti failed to reappear for several minutes after the announcement.
In the end, comedian Robin Williams actually got up onstage to perform an impromptu stand-up routine just to fill up the act until the actress had finished relieving herself. She finally made her hand on a towel and then said she was flushing the toilet. Close-up of her brother
Angelina Jolie what she first burst onto the scene. At the Academy Awards in 2000, the young starlet picked up the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her breakthrough role in the film Girl Interrupted .
It started when they were on the carpet, the start of the actual ceremony, as James Haven, her brother, a kiss-not the peck on the cheek you would expect a full kiss on the mouth. Having thoroughly scandalized, and excited, the press, she went on to make the whole thing seagull stranger during her acceptance speech, stating pointedly that she was "so in love" with her brother.  Given the events of earlier in the Kenneth Horne Collapses While Hosting
The name Kenneth Horne wants mean little to most people in the US, but his 1960s radio show Round the Horne What a favorite of UK listeners and pushed the boundaries of the gay characters Julian and Sandy. These characters spoke in an underground gay slang called "polari," with Horne cast as the bemused straight man-in every sense of the word.
Kenneth Horne was heavily in demand during the second half of the 1960s, and on February 14, 1969, he was the host of the prestigious Guild of Television Producers 'and Directors' Awards at the Dorchester Hotel in London. Unfortunately, this was one of the bleakest events ever to happen at such a ceremony, just before the announcement of one of the awards, Horne Collapsed on the Podium and the Death of a Massive Heart Attack.
The explanation for the awkward break in the film footage.   Jarvis Cocker Butts In
Michael Jackson was a huge star in 1996, with his popularity having even survived allegations of child abuse, so when he agreed to perform at the UK Music Awards Ceremony in 1996, it was a big deal. Oasis, Blur, and Pulp, the most popular of the British bands in the Britpop scene award ceremony. Jackson and the lead singer of Pulp, Jarvis Cocker, which led to headlines in UK newspapers and Cocker being interviewed by the police.
The extravagant performance by Jackson saw him dressed in robes and surrounded by poor children who he claims to be saving, but the pomposity of it is deflated quite spectacularly when the pulp man makes his way to the stage, bent over , and waved his ass at Jackson. Amazingly, The Incident Saw Cocker taken away in custody, accused of assaulting the children presumably by branding a concealed butt at them-but common sense  As with some of the other events on this listens to Jackson, 13 years later.
4 Mathilde Seigner Gets Too Opinionated
There are plenty of things you can not do if you are considering an award, including getting drunk and cursing, and perhaps the most important of all is not to announce to the watching millions that you think the wrong person won. The French actress Mathilde Seigner Venus Beauty Institute but in France, she is now well-known at the 2012 Cesar Awards. This is the French equivalent to the Academy Awards, and Seigner was the winner in the Best Supporting Actor category. Michel Blanc for The Minister and Joey Starr for Polisse .
It was the veteran actor Blanc who won the prize, who said he would come and go up onstage alongside the actual winner.  What makes the whole thing. What does the whole thing do?
3 Bjork Lays An Egg
The outfits that the actresses wear on the red carpet during awards season are almost as big a deal to many in the media as the awards themselves, so when a celebrity opts for a particular eccentric dress, it can liven things up enormously. Icelandic singer and songwriter Bjork attended the 2001 Academy Awards wearing a dress that looks like a swan with a head and a neck that draped around one shoulder. Dancer in the Dark for which she earned an Oscar nomination for Best Song. The Boston Globe writing that it made a resemble "a refugee from the more dog-eared precincts of provincial ballet. "
As if the dress itself was not strange enough, the singer managed to make things madder by raising her skirt and dropping on egg onto the red carpet, much to the amusement of Marjan Pejoski, who designed the dress. Unlike some of the others on this list, Bjork did not really suffer as a result of laying eggs in public, as we all saw her as eccentric and individualist, anyway. Furthermore, 14 years after the negative headlines, the Moma Museum 
2 John Travolta Gets The Name Of The Winner Wrong
For some reason, the Academy Awards just happened to be the oddest moment-quite a lot of them involving John Travolta. The best one took place at the 2014 event Frozen : Idina Menzel. Menzel deals with the situation well and simply sang her scheduled song (any annoyance she may have felt easily eased when she won the Best Song award), but the incident led someone to create a spoof "Adele Dazeem" Twitter account.  Travolta did apologize for his flub with a statement in an e -mail that he sent to the Los Angeles Times but things were going to get us at the ceremony the following year. This time, Menzel had to introduce himself and asked him "Glom Gazingo" -which we can all deservedly payback-but Travolta made us feel incredibly uncomfortable again by grabbing her face and stroking it while calling her "my darling, my beautiful . "
1 Jacqueline Bissett Makes's Worst-Ever Acceptance Speech
Jacqueline Bissett at the Golden's Golden globes. Dancing on the Edge but when her victory was announced, we could hardly have expected the bizarre, rambling monologue that followed.
Bissett took it to the stage because she stopped acting as an actor. Jon Voight a kiss on the way, but a speech that included more than one profanity, as well as a claim-apparently unconnected to anything else-that the best beauty treatment is forgiveness. Despite having a lot of experience in the industry, including attending various awards shows, they seem to be winning and not able to think clearly.
In an interview a few days after the ceremony, she told Queen Latifah that she had not had anything to eat or drink, and that she was still thinking about how she would  I am a free-lance writer, based in Dundee.
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