Oscar winner drops F-word onstage
Oscar winner drops F-word onstage, 2012 Oscars Mysteries Solved, Best actor winner Jean Dujardin lets loose with a French profanity in the heat of the moment. Did Jean Dujardin get away with cursing onstage? After taking the stage for his best actor win for "The Artist," Dujardin slipped into his native language and dropped the French equivalent of the F-bomb (user beware, his speech in the Oscar video occurs at 1:51) . Dujardin apologized for his mistake backstage. "I'm sorry," he told reporters, adding the rest of the translation of his speech. "It's amazing, it's incredible, it's unbelievable. Thank you."
His mother, however, didn't think his profanity was so amazing. "I don't like, I don't like [that] he said [it]," said his mom, who attended the Oscars with Dujardin. His director was a little more relaxed. "It's not really a bad word," said Michel Hazanavicius. "I think it's 'Wow, [expletive], we did it! I'm so happy! Something like that, or maybe, 'Holly golly, I am so happy!'" Dujardin wasn't alone in his slip. The "Undefeated" team won best documentary and apologized after being bleeped for saying the win was "f---ing awesome." "We meant no offense," said TJ Martin.