The 25 Weirdest Oscar Speeches

7. Emma Thompson, Best Adapted Screenplay, Sense and Sensibility (1995)

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She didn't quite top her Golden Globe acceptance speech for the same script: She read a letter "written by Jane Austen" recounting her Globes experience while picking up the less-coveted statue. Thompson tried her damnedest to outdo herself for the Academy though.

She regaled the crowd with a story of how she went to Jane Austen's grave "to pay her respects and tell her about the grosses" prior to the ceremony. The grosses?

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