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Sandra Bullock accepted an award at the Critics’ Choice Awards at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif. on Thursday night and dropped an F-bomb during her speech.
Bullock, 48, won her award for best actress in an action movie for Gravity and when she was onstage accepting her award, a voice suddenly interrupted her to announce the next category.
This prompted the actress to ask “What the f-ck?” to cheers from the audience, Extra reports. “I’m an action hero, you do not do that to an action hero,” she joked.
Bullock’s F-bomb lead to other actors having to be censored later in the evening, with American Hustle’s Bradley Cooper also cursing on stage, as well as Cate Blanchett.
Bullock has been having a great week, as we previously reported she received an Oscar nomination for her role in Gravity opposite George Clooney. The film also got a Best Picture nomination and director Alfonso Cuaron got a nod for Best Director.
Watch her F-bomb below: