Blunt feels relieved when she doesn`t win award
London: Emily Blunt has revealed that she feels relieved when she doesn`t win an award because she hates giving a speech
"I don`t have that, `I really want to win sort of thing.` Am I disappointed if I lose? No. Absolutely not. I am almost relieved that I don`t have to go up there and make a speech," contactmusic.com quoted Blunt as saying.
The "Gnomeo and Juliet" star also admitted she doesn`t necessarily think awards honour the best production or performances because people`s opinions are so subjective.
"The awards thing is tricky to understand because it`s about momentum and a general opinion on what`s been great. I don`t know if you can necessarily pin down what is a better performance.
It`s subjective - not everyone likes some of the Oscar-winning performances that have been out there. Even if you were to win there would be people who`d hate the fact you`d won it," she added.