Rose McGowan was so enraged by the A-list audience at this year’s Academy Awards, so took to Twitter vent her anger.
The actress called the entire crowd “self-obsessed” after they failed to give 81-year-old actress Kim Novak (famed for her role in Hitchcock's Vertigo, among others) a standing ovation when she took to the stage to present alongside Matthew McConaughey at the show.
“Kim Novak! No standing ovation?! Self-obsessed and disrespectful, that sums up the Oscar audience,” she wrote, before posting a series of images of the Hollywood icon via her Instagram page with some equally riled up captions.
Retweeting herself, she posted: “You are all lucky that she graced you with her presence RT @rosemcgowan: Disgusted by the uneducated twits that make up the audience at this year's oscars. Gross. It's Kim Novak, a—holes. #EDUCATEYOURSELVES.”
Her embittered post sparked some backlash from McGowan fans.
One tweeted her, writing: “I usually love you but calm down! It's an actor not Jesus.”
“It's called Hollywood history, their occupation,” she responded.
“Okay, I feel better now having gotten that off if my chest. Little tantrum over,” she ended the rant with.
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