What else do you expect with a live telecast, people?
Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper both dropped f-bombs onstage at the 19th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards in Los Angeles on Thursday night.
But! At least for Sandy … she sort of had an excuse?
"I'd like to thank Jackie Chan, Sylvester Stallone, Jean-Claude Van Damme for teaching me everything I know. It’s not easy what we do, it’s not easy," Sandra began while accepting her award for Best Actress in an Action Movie.
The "Gravity" star was about to move on when the show’s announcer bellowed down from above, accidentally playing a recording over her speech.
"What the f--k?" Sandra said to a laughing audience. “I’m an action hero!”
Bullock wasn't alone.
A few minutes later, Bradley Cooper was front and center accepting the Best Comedy award for "American Hustle,” and he, too, got in on the cursing action.
The actor (sans perm) thanked his colleagues, and lovingly referred to them as "these f--king actors.”
At least he meant it lovingly?
And come on. When the stars of “All About Steve” let f-bombs fly, it’s totally forgivable.