Barbra Streisand and Katharine Hepburn Once Tied for an Oscar: A Look Back

Oscars are the most coveted trophies in Hollywood, but what happens if you have to share yours with someone?

While both Streisand and Hepburn were at the top of their game, no one — including presenter Ingrid Bergman — expected a draw. “It’s a tie!” Bergman exclaimed after opening the envelope.

Hepburn was not there to collect her award, as she famously refused to attend awards shows on principle. “As for me, prizes are nothing,” she once said. “My prize is my work.” (Despite earning 12 Best Actress nominations and four wins in her career, she only went to the Academy Awards once in her lifetime, to present an honorary trophy to friend Lawrence Weingarten in 1974.)

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Streisand, in contrast, was on hand at the ceremony, where she began her acceptance speech by looking at her new Oscar and quoting the Funny Girl line, “Hello, gorgeous.” Perhaps the only thing more famous than her speech is her outfit, a sheer black pantsuit that she now regrets, in part because she didn’t know it would be see-through under the lights.

Even without that rule, another tie is still possible and could happen in any year and in any category. Will 2024 mark the seventh draw in Academy Awards history? An Oscar buff can only hope. 바카라 슬롯머신 안전공원

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