If there were an award for funniest speech during award season, Brad Pitt would reign supreme.
The actor swept through all of the major award shows this year collecting accolade after accolade for his performance in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon A Time... in Hollywood, and that was no different at last night's 2020 Oscars, where he won Best Supporting Actor.
Elaborating on why he chose to make them funny, Pitt shared, "I am historically really bad about speeches. They give me anxiety, I'm tentative going in, so I just decided if I'm going to be doing this, let's see if we can have fun. Let's figure it out and get loose about it."
As for who his collaborators are, the star revealed, "I got a lot of funny friends, if that's what you're asking. I got a lot of funny friends. Jim Jefferies, Bob Oschack, my man [David] Fincher. We trade barbs every week, few others."