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Sandra Bullock Drops F-Bomb During Critics' Choice Awards Speech

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By Michael Mullins   |   Friday, 17 Jan 2014 02:04 PM

Sandra Bullock dropped the F-bomb while accepting her Best Actress in an Action Film award during the 19th Annual Critics' Choice Awards on Thursday night for her role in movie "Gravity."

"I'd like to thank Jackie Chan, Sylvester Stallone, Jean-Claude Van Damme for teaching me everything I know," Bullock joked during her acceptance speech. "It's not easy doing what we do, people."

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Before the 49-year-old actress could continue, a technical glitch over the PA system interrupted her, causing her to say, "What the f—!"

The curse was caught and deflected by CW Network censors, though it is unclear whether she actually made the statement or only mouthed it. However even in silence there was no mystery as to what she was saying.

Earlier this week, Bullock racked up four wins at the 40th Annual People's Choice Awards, including those for Favorite Comedic Actress and Favorite Movie Duo.

In December, the Virginian-born Bullock was named Entertainment Weekly's "Entertainer of the Year."

Bullock wasn't the only celeb to unleash the F-bomb during Thursday night's Critics' Choice Awards.

Bradley Cooper, 39, while onstage with the rest of his cast after winning Best Ensemble Cast for "American Hustle," took the microphone and praised the film's director David O. Russell, telling those in attendance that he wrote great material for "these f—ing actors," MSN Entertainment reported.

Cooper and Bullock, however, weren't the only ones use foul language at the Critics' Choice Awards.

Cate Blanchett, during her acceptance speech for Best Actress for her role as Jasmine French in the film "Blue Jasmine," also let some profanity out as well.

"They couldn't give a s— what I do, and for that I'm eternally grateful," the 44-year-old Australian-born actress joked with her three sons onstage. "But you need to be grateful that it is I, and not Jasmine French, who is your mother," US Magazine reported.

As with Bullock's F-bomb, the CW Network was able to censor both Blanchett's and Cooper's curses.

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