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Award season may be over, but that's no reason to stop talking about it! Whether they were a big-time winner like Natalie Portman or merely a presenter of the night, these celebs didn't leave empty handed.

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Here's How to Enter: tell us your favorite winning speech from any of this years award shows in the comments below!

Contest is open to all U.S. residents and ends March 18th at 11:59 PST.

 

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  • Melissa Valmonte
    Melissa Valmonte

    Definitely Melissa Leo!! I loved that she dropped the F bomb. It was raw and real!!

  • carianis
    carianis

    Annette Bening for The Kids Are All Right , a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress In A Supporting Role in a Motion Picture, she really deserve this award after all this years of hard work, experience and many nominations in differents awards, her speech really show her gratitud like she was ready for that for many years.

  • Jenn Zicherman
    Jenn Zicherman

    I really liked Randy Newman's speech (Original Song). His speech was so genuine and I really loved the message in his speech. Thanks for this AMAZING opportunity!!

  • Jackie Avila
    Jackie Avila

    Trent and Attius' speech for best score for The Social Network at the Oscars. Two great musicians getting world recognition for their genius artistry!

  • Elisabeth
    Elisabeth

    I really liked Natalie Portman's speech at the Oscar's... although I've always been a fan of hers. I feel like she was so appreciative, she even thanked her hairstylist!

  • Natasha Quirch
    Natasha Quirch

    Chris Colfer at the Golden Globes. He was so shocked by his win. You could see the color drain from his face in the moment they announced his name, I was worried he might pass out. When he got up there he was great. He went through his list of regular people to thank - directors, crew, cast (Who were all so excited for him. Loved watching their reactions as much as his.) and of course the fans. I don't normally like the "inspirational" speeches winners attempt during these things, but his message is so true to his character on the show and I imagine what he must have experienced at some point or another in his own life. He was just genuine all around.

  • Cheryl Ann Burns
    Cheryl Ann Burns

    I loved Collin Firth, he is the best!!

  • mslacey
    mslacey

    Chris Colfer at the Golden Globes. His emotion was so genuine and delightful, and despite not having written a speech, he was eloquent and his message was strong, inspirational, and refreshingly succinct. Even his walk up to the stage was gratifying to watch.

  • Shannon
    Shannon

    Natalie Portman's speech was classy - just like her.

  • Daniella
    Daniella

    I liked Melissa Leo's

  • Colleen C
    Colleen C

    I thought that Melissa Leo's Oscar acceptance speech was funny because it was so honest and heartfelt - and her slip up was rather amusing. Good for her, for winning.

  • Elizabeth H.
    Elizabeth H.

    Natalie Portman -- she's so sweet and classy.

  • haybails21
    haybails21

    Randy Newman's oscar's speech was wonderfully clever. Definitely my favorite of that night. Chris Cofler, though, has to win out for me. He was delightful!

  • jas
    jas

    christian bales was really sweet simple and nice

  • Maggie
    Maggie

    Definitely Chris Colfer for winning a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role. He's such a sweetheart and accepted with such grace!

  • jennyjazz
    jennyjazz

    My favorite was Colin Firth's academy award acceptance speech for best actor in "The King's Speech." As eloquent and quick witted as he usually is the moment he was on stage you could see in his face and hear in his voice the gratitude he was feeling which caused his eyes to water and his voice to crack. I agree that he is an excellent actor but did not see any acting in those few minutes he was on that stage. I honestly didnt even think that i would enjoy "The King's Speech" when I saw it but he made it genuinely moving. Not only was I happy to see him recieve the academy award but also to see a side of the actor I have never seen in interviews. He was vulnerable and put the icing on the cake when he sweetly thanked his wife for making his life worth living. Simply beautiful.

  • monicat
    monicat

    One acceptance speech that sticks out at me is Halle Berry's oscar acceptance speech back in 2002. She was so emotional and overcome with happiness that moved everyone in every way possible. Yes she was kind of all over the place thanking everyone, but I think it's more of how we felt her genuine emotion. She was the first African American woman to win an oscar in a leading role. It was day to go down in history which swept Ms. Halle off her feet. Love her! Loved her speech!

  • Christina
    Christina

    I loved Luke Matheny's speech for "God of Love." A simply lovely acceptance speech that drew a some laughs from the audience when he thanked his mother for doing craft services for the film. Also closing his speech by thanking his girlfriend, "Sasha Gordon, love of my life." Very sweet.

  • Mari Desilva
    Mari Desilva

    Lady Gaga - she speaks the truth no matter what!

  • Jacki
    Jacki

    I think Lady Gaga's speech at the Grammys was very heartfelt and touching. I love her and I think her embracing everyone for who they are is a great message especially for our society now.

  • Lily
    Lily

    I really enjoyed Colin Firth's acceptance speech! I really thought he deserved it, and he was so nervous while trying to give it!

  • chichijunk
    chichijunk

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  • chichijunk
    chichijunk

    I liked Luke Matheny's speech! He was so genuine and real! chcihijunk at cs dot com

  • Kristena Ducre
    Kristena Ducre

    As a new mom to a four month old girl, I loved Natalie Portman's speech. She looked beautiful with her baby bump and pregnancy glow and seemed so genuine. For someone who's been in the business for over half of her life, she accepted the award with all of the grace and humility you'd expect from a struggling actress being acknowledged for her breakthrough performance. You could really tell how excited and grateful she felt and I completely understood how incredibly emotional it must have been for her. She's taken a lot of heat for being pregnant and unwed, but she thanked her boyfriend, who choreographed her routines in Black Swan, and really kept it together (despite the surges of hormones and emotions she HAD to have been feeling). When I was pregnant, I could barely keep from crying singing Taylor Swift songs in the car. I couldn't image accepting an Oscar! :)

  • Michele Cook
    Michele Cook

    I have to agree with another poster. Melissa Leo because she was genuine.

  • conhernz10
    conhernz10

    i love christian bale's acceptance speech because it was simple and real.

  • Meghan Woeppel
    Meghan Woeppel

    Totally love Christian Bales speech b/c he totally forgot his wife's name. Now that's excitement or stupidity.

  • jennc
    jennc

    I really enjoyed Melissa Leo !! Its good when someone is geniuinely happy, and arent on every watch list & come to expect it! So i choose her :)

  • Angelica E
    Angelica E

    Colin Firth! It was funny, honest, and he totally deserved the win.

  • Elizabeth Hutsell Davis
    Elizabeth Hutsell Davis

    I adored Luke Matheny’s speech. It's nice to hear someone so excited to win!

  • Rebecca Scarinci
    Rebecca Scarinci

    I actually liked justin biebers speech especially when he included michael jackson in it.

  • Eszti
    Eszti

    Natalie Portman. She seemed honest, and the whole speech was touching.

  • Lindsay Sperling
    Lindsay Sperling

    Melissa Leo - First person to ever drop the F-Bomb at the academy awards..classic

  • Kate Bogart
    Kate Bogart

    Loved Natalie Portman's speech. Thought she was very deserving and love how sincere she seems.

  • Erika Victoria May
    Erika Victoria May

    I have so many favorites, from Natalie Portman (my favorite actress since I saw her in Where The Heart Is) to Chris Colfer. I'd have to say, though, that Melissa Leo was very fin to watch. Cursing made it funny, her reaction was priceless, just as I would imagine my face would look if I won up there!

  • twinklemepink06
    twinklemepink06

    I loved Luke Matheny's speech! He was so charming when he said his girlfriend was a dream come true! It was unexpected and he even mentioned how he should have gotten a haircut. I think it was so quirky and adorable.

  • Pam Lin
    Pam Lin

    Natalie Portman's speech was the best. She was eloquent and moving and loved when she thanked her new partner who has given her a new role in life - being a mother!

  • P Tran
    P Tran

    Lady Gaga, because no matter how famous she gets, she stays humble and true to herself.

  • Jillian Jenkins
    Jillian Jenkins

    Christian Bale's Oscar acceptance speech 4 the fighter was by far the best speech. Any everything and anything that came out of James Franco made the Oscar's 100x's better!

  • Sarah Zajas
    Sarah Zajas

    Hands Down, Chris Colfer for winning a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role! Not only is he a role model for young kids out there struggling with being accepted for who you are, he is also received the award with such a humbleness and grace that it showed what a class act and deserving person he is. It was a highlight of his life and of the entire evening!

  • cville19
    cville19

    I'd say my favourite speech would have to be Lady Gaga's acceptance for Best Pop Vocal Album for 2011 at the Grammys. Not only do I love Gaga but I absolutely adore how genuine her speech was. Instead of just thanking everyone, as most celebrities do, she inspires us. "I had this dream when I was really young that I could be whoever I wanted to be and no matter what I had visioned for myself that I would do it no matter who believed in me." She encourages people not to care what others think and I value that.

  • juliannex18
    juliannex18

    I liked Melissa Leo's speeches just because she was genuinely surprised and happy when her name was announced. She really showed her excitement and the "i cant believe i won" face and it's nice to see actors really excited when they win rather than just walking up with a smirk on their face like they expected it, ya know?

  • Jamie
    Jamie

    I thought Natalie Portman gave a simple, yet heart felt speech when she won her Oscar.

 
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