Celebrities gathered for the 2014 Critics' Choice Movie Awards on Thursday, Jan. 16, hosted by Aisha Tyler in Santa Monica, Calif.
The coveted Best Picture award went to 12 Years a Slave, which also took home a win for Best Adapted Screenplay. The film's star, Lupita Nyong'o, took home Best Supporting Actress. Sandra Bullock and George Clooeny's Gravity was the top winner of the night, receiving seven awards. Following was Alfonso Cuaron's movie was David O. Russell's American Hustle, which won four awards.
Nearly 30 minutes into the show, the F-bomb was dropped by two winners. The first was done by Bullock, who received the award for Best Actress in an Action Movie for her work in Gravity.
"I'd like to thank Jackie Chan, Sylvester Stallone, Jean-Claude Van Damme for teaching me everything I know," she began her acceptance speech saying. When a recording for a category began playing and cut off, Bullock joked, "What the f--k?! I'm an action star."
She then thanked director Alfonso Cuarón, adding, "And George Clooney for floating away and never coming back."
Bradley Cooper followed Bullock's F-bomb with one of his own when he went onstage to accept the award for American Hustle as Best Comedy. He referred to his colleagues as "these f--king actors."