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"I didn't see this coming!" Allison Janney wins Best Supporting Actress at the 2018 Oscars

The 58-year-old wasted no time cracking up the audience.

By Bella Brennan
Allison Janney once confessed she nearly quit acting after the West Wing.
But tonight, the I, Tonya star has joined the best in the business as she takes away the Best Supporting Actress award at the 2018 Oscars for her portrayal of Tonya Harding's abusive mother.
"I did it all by myself," Allison hilariously quipped as she picked up her golden gong and naturally, the audience erupted into fits of laughter.
"Nothing further from the truth," she clarified, in case anyone hadn't picked up on her wonderful use of sarcasm.
"Thank you to the Academy. My fellow nominees, you represent everything that is right and good and human about this profession," she continued.
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Allison has picked up the Best Supporting Actress award for her role in I, Tonya.
She went on to thank I, Tonya writer Steven Rodgers for the gift of her character, Tonya Hardin's mother LaVana Golden.
"I did not see this coming! Thank you to my I, Tonya family... The magnificent Margot Robbie. The cast and crew and bird that elevated my work," Allison mused, pointing out the surprising stand-out star of the movie, LaVana's parrot.
In a beautiful moment, Allison dedicated her win to her late brother Hal who tragically died after he commited suicide in 2011.
"To my mother and father, Jay, my family, my family of friends… And this is for Hal. You're always in my heart," she said.
Somebody get us the tissues, stat!
Margot cries as her on-screen mother picks up the Best Supporting Actress gong.