Bullock happy with 'worst actress' label

Bullock happy with 'worst actress' label

Sandra Bullock is happy to be labelled as Hollywood's worst actress.

The 45-year-old star – who has been nominated for the Worst Actress honour at the forthcoming Razzie Awards for her performance in ‘All About Steve’ – insists the ceremony, which salutes the worst film offerings every year, is just as important as the Academy Awards and will be attending both events.

Sandra – who is up for Best Actress for her role in ‘The Blind Side’ at the Oscars – is quoted by website Absolute Now as saying: "I think it's brilliant. It's exactly the way it should have happened because it's a great leveller. If you don't show up for something like the Razzies then you're a little hypocritical. You can't just show up for the good stuff."

Although she plans to attend both ceremonies, Sandra is more nervous about going to the Razzies – because she doesn’t know what to wear.

She added: "You gotta show up for everything. I can't wait to go to the Razzies or the Oscars. In a way I'm less nervous about the Oscars because I just don't know what I'm going to wear to the Razzies. It's a big night!"

The screen beauty – who picked up an award for Best Actress in 'The Blind Side' at the Golden Globes last month – claims she is "more comfortable" with her work being criticised than praised.

She said: "I'm more comfortable with criticism than I am with goodwill, because I'm more familiar with it, and I've made friends with it. And the Razzies are a great honour."

The Razzies take place on March 6, the day before the Academy Awards.

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