There are so many awards shows for everything in the entertainment biz - from the Grammys, the MTV Video Music Awards, to the SAG awards, and of course The Oscars. But we can't forget the true 'winners' this year from another awards show - The Golden Raspberry Awards.

Okay, so maybe it's not really considered 'winning' when a person receives a Razzie, but it's still all in good fun, and we know some actors/actresses could do a lot better (than some of the junk they starred in).

The Razzies were announced the night before the Oscars at Hollywood's Montalban Theatre. 'Winners' receive a gold spray painted trophy (which has an amazing value of less than five dollars).


Kirk Cameron
Photo by Stephen Shugerman/Getty Images for Samuel Goldwyn Films)

Kirk Cameron was the big winner this year - taking home four trophies including Worst Picture and Worst Actor.


Cameron Diaz
(Photo by Anthony Harvey/Getty Images)

Cameron Diaz was voted Worst Actress for her part in "The Other Woman" and "Sex Tape."


Other notable winners include Kelsey Grammer for Worst Supporting Actor and Megan Fox for Worst Supporting Actress.


This year the Razzies entered a new category to their awards - the 'Redeemer Award.' According to People,

Ben Affleck was spared the spitball and honored by the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation in a brand new category meant to recognize that an artist can progress upward and onward.
Affleck was named winner of the inaugural Razzie Redeemer Award, for his moving "on from Gigli to do Argo and Gone Girl," said Razzies founder John Wilson.


It may not be a great honor to receive a Razzie, but those actors/actresses that remember that it's all in good fun, is what makes it so great. Back in 2010, Sandra Bullock was awarded a Razzie for her performance in "All About Steve." She actually showed up to accept her award, and even gave a speech. See her acceptance speech - it'll have you cracking up! (WARNING: NSFW - language at 3:43 in video).



The 2015 Razzies marked their 35th anniversary. Here's to another great year, filled with bad movies!




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