Frances McDormand is reunited with the Best Actress Oscar after it went missing during an after party.
Frances McDormand is reunited with her best actress Academy Award after it went missing during a post Oscar party Sunday.
McDormand, 60, fresh off her Oscar win for her portrayal of Mildred Hayes in “Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri,” lost her gold award during the celebration at the Governors Ball on Sunday night, USA Today reported.
The two-time Academy Award-winning actress was spotted crying outside of the ball after she and her husband, director Joel Coen, gave search of the statue. The pair left the ball without the coveted award.
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The security was sent to find the Academy Award, who had McDormand is the name engraved, after disappeared. The win of the recipients of the award will have their names engraved at the Governors Ball.
Frances McDormand was seen crying after losing her Oscar during the Governors Award Sunday, March 4, 2018.
The “Fargo” star’s representative, Simon Halls, confirmed the trophy was discovered and returned to the McDormand.
“Fran and Oscar are happily reunited and enjoy an In-N-Out burger together,” Halls said in a statement.
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McDormand won her best actress Academy Award Sunday for her portrayal of grieving mother, Mildred Hayes in “Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri.” McDormand won her first Oscar for best supporting actor for the 1997 film “Fargo.” She was also nominated for her role in “Mississippi Burning,” “Almost Famous” and “the North of the Country.”
During her acceptance speech, McDormand asked all the female Oscar nominees to stand with her.
Frances McDormand won the Oscar for her portrayal of grieving mother, Mildred Hayes in “Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri.”
“The filmmakers, the producers, the directors, the writers, the cinematographers, composers, lyricists, designers, come on,” McDormand called. “Look around, look around…because we all have stories to tell and projects that we need funded.”