Cameron Diaz took home the Worst Actress gong at the Golden Raspberry Awards - nicknamed the Razzies - last night (21.02.15) for her roles in 'The Sex Tape' and 'The Other Woman'.
Cameron Diaz was named Worst Actress at this year's Golden Raspberry Awards.
The 42-year-old star took home the gong at the annual ceremony - nicknamed the Razzies - which honours the year's biggest film flops, for her roles in comedies 'The Sex Tape' and 'The Other Woman'.
Continuing the blonde beauty's winning streak was her remake of the '80s musical 'Annie', in which she plays orphanage owner, Miss Hannigan, which took home the gold spray-painted raspberry-shaped trophy for Worst Remake, Rip-Off or Sequel.
Kirk Cameron's 2014 offering 'Saving Christmas' was also honoured at the awards, landing him the Worst Actor title as well as the Worst Picture gong.
The comedy was also awarded the Worst Screenplay prize, as well as Worst Screen Combo, which went to the 44-year-old actor and ''his ego''.
Worst Supporting Actress went to brunette beauty Megan Fox, for her role in 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles', while Worst Supporting Actor went to Kelsey Grammar for his films 'Expendables 3', 'Legends of Oz', 'Think Like a Man Too' and 'Transformers 4'.
Michael Bay was named Worst Director for helming 'Transformers 4'.
Breaking with the tradition of dis-honouring films of the past year, the Razzie Redeemer Award was given to Ben Affleck, for his progression from the slated 'Gigl' to Oscar-winning 'Argo' and his latest blockbuster 'Gone Girl'.
The Golden Raspberry Awards were held at the Montalban Theatre in Los Angeles.
The Golden Raspberry Awards 2015 winners list:
Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas
Kirk Cameron - Saving Christmas
Cameron Diaz -The Other Woman and Sex Tape
Worst Supporting Actress:
Megan Fox - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Worst Supporting Actor:
Kelsey Grammer - Expendables 3, Legends of Oz, Think Like a Man Too and Transformers 4
Michael Bay - Transformers 4
Worst Screen Combo:
Kirk Cameron & his ego - Saving Christmas
Worst Remake, Rip-Off or Sequel:
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