Emily Blunt Feels Nervous About Giving Speech
Actress Emily Blunt maybe looks bold and beautiful on screen but in real life she gets nervous when it comes to receiving the awards on stage and is asked to say a few words.
The actress who was nominated for a Golden Globe and a BAFTA for her performance in 2006 release The Devil Wears Prada said that she feels happy when she doesn’t get an award.
"I don`t have that, `I really want to win sort of thing. ` Am I disappointed if I lose? No. Absolutely not. I am almost relieved that I don`t have to go up there and make a speech," Blunt said.
On the other hand, Blunt also believes that awards cannot judge one’s performance or a movie as everyone’s opinion varies a lot.
"The awards thing is tricky to understand because it`s about momentum and a general opinion on what`s been great. I don`t know if you can necessarily pin down what is a better performance.”
It`s subjective - not everyone likes some of the Oscar-winning performances that have been out there. Even if you were to win there would be people who`d hate the fact you`d won it," she added.