Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper Drop The F-Bomb On Live TV

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Zohaib Ahmed
Is it possible to have a live award show and not have one of the stars blurt out the dreaded F-word on stage and in front of thousands of people? Not in this lifetime. The latest committers of this grave, verbal sin are Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper – who blemished their big moment at the 19th Critics Choice Awards last night with a profane outburst each.

Is it possible to have a live award show and not have one of the stars blurt out the dreaded F-word on stage and in front of thousands of people? Not in this lifetime. The latest committers of this grave, verbal sin are Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper – who blemished their big moment at the 19th Critics Choice Awards last night with a profane outburst each.

Bullock, 49, was nominated in three categories but landed just a single trophy for her part in sci-fi thriller “Gravity.” Clad in a maroon dress, she looked very classy when she ascended the stage to collect the award. Since her win came in the action movie category, she started her acceptance speech with a joke, saying: "I'd like to thank Jackie Chan, Sylvester Stallone, Jean-Claude Van Damme for teaching me everything I know. It’s not easy doing what we do, people.”

But then, due to a technical error, the background recording started playing, throwing the brunette blonde off and making her uncontrollably utter: “What the f--k?! I'm an action star.”

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Realizing what she had just done, Bullock then got back on track and continued with the usual ‘I’d like to thank this and that’ part. Check the whole thing out in the video posted below:

It wasn’t the only cursing incident of the night. Bradley Cooper – who collected the award for the Best Comedy movie with members of his hit flick “American Hustle” – also did something similar. The video for his F-bomb is here:

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