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Entertainment Sia, Rudy Giuliani, My Pillow Guy Top The 2021 Razzies

18:26  24 april  2021
18:26  24 april  2021 Source:   etcanada.com

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Ahead of Sunday's Oscars, winners of this year's Razzies have been announced.

Each year on the day before the Academy Awards, the Golden Raspberry Awards celebrates to 2020's worst movie moments.

This year's big winner was Sia, whose directorial debut "Music" was awarded three Razzies, with Sia named worst director, while stara Kate Hudson and Maddie Ziegler took worst actress and worst supporting actress honours, respectively.

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My Pillow CEO/infamous conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell also won multiples, taking worst actor for his so-called documentary "Absolute Proof", which purported to blow the lid off election fraud but, despite it's title, only proved that Lindell is off his rocker. In addition, "Absolute Proof" — described as a "fake news snooze-fest" — was named worst picture.

Another multiple Razzie winner this is Rudy Giuliani. Not only did the former NYC mayor win worst supporting actor for his controversial appearance in "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm", the award for worst screen combo went to "Rudy Giuliani & His Pants Zipper."

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Here's the complete list of winners for the 2021 Golden Raspberry Awards:

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Worst picture - "Absolute Proof"

Worst actor - Mike Lindell, "Absolute Proof"

Worst actress - Kate Hudson, "Music"

Worst supporting actress - Maddie Ziegler, "Music"

Worst supporting actor - Rudy Giuliani, "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm"

Worst screen combo - Rudy Giuliani & His Pants Zipper, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

Worst director - Sia, "Music"

Worst remake, rip-off or sequel - "Dolittle"

Worst screenplay - "365 Days"

Special governors' award - 2020 as the worst calendar year ever

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