Sandra Bullock accepting her Golden Raspberry Award in 2010. The next night, she won the Best Actress Oscar for her role in The Blind Side.
Although most winners do not attend the Golden Raspberry Awards ceremony or accept their award, there have been some exceptions. According to Razzies tradition the ceremony precedes the corresponding Academy Award function by one day.
In 1988, comedian Bill Cosby became the first to accept an award; he received his award for Leonard Part 6 on a late night show on Fox. Director Paul Verhoeven became the first recipient to claim his award in person, when he accepted Worst Picture and Worst Director awards for his 1995 film Showgirls. J. David Shapiro is the only winner to have received awards in person in two different ceremonies; however, both wins were for the same film, Battlefield Earth: he first accepted the award for Worst Screenplay in 2001, and then the award for Worst Picture of the Decade in 2010.
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Leonard Part 6
Bill Cosby was recognized at the 8th Golden Raspberry Awards with awards Worst Picture, Worst Screenplay, and Worst Actor, for the 1987 film Leonard Part 6. Cosby became the first recipient to claim an award. Cosby’s trophy was worth $1.97. “I said to my publicist when I got the word, ‘I want my Golden Raspberry and if it isn’t golden, I’m going to the press.’ My publicist called back and said they were upset, that they said they were just a little outfit operating out of one room. They tried to cop out. But if you take a big name and you say ‘worst,’ you have to perform. So they came up with the trophies and I got them on a show on the Fox network. It was a lot of fun to do, because they weren’t serious and had never been called on it by anyone who got a Razzie,” said Cosby. Arrangements were made to present Cosby with his awards on Fox’s The Late Show. Fox made Cosby’s awards out of 24-carat gold and Italian marble, which cost almost $30,000. He later showed his trophy on The Tonight Show.
Worst Supporting Actor
Christopher Columbus: The Discovery
Tom Selleck accepted his award for Worst Supporting Actor for his role in the 1992 film Christopher Columbus: The Discovery. He portrayed King Ferdinand of Spain in the film. His award was presented to him