Rebel Wilson HIGHlariously Presents Mark Rylance With His Best Supporting Actor Win At The BAFTA Awards — After Flirting With All The Guys!
That must've been awkward for Mark Ruffalo!
Mark Rylance won the BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor during Sunday's ceremony, but the Spotlight star was also up for the coveted honor!
So we wonder if the 48-year-old was faked out when Rebel Wilson first read the Bridge of Spies actor's name off that card, considering they share the same first name AND their last names both start with R!
But then again, the blonde beauty did offer to "console" all the losers! So really, everyone wins! LOL!
It looks like she is going to have some fun, um, cheering up the other nominees because the 56-year-old's powerful performance was selected over Benicio Del Toro (Sicario), Christian Bale (The Big Short), and Idris Elba (Beasts of No Nation)!
However, it looks like she won't be congratulating the winner, since Steven Spielberg accepted the trophy for him!
Watch the filmmaker read a heartfelt note from Mark, as well as Rebel's HIGHlarious presentation (above)!
And be sure to check out the ongoing winners list HERE!
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