Penélope Cruz has made history in the world of cinema as the first Spanish actress to be nominated and eventually win an Oscar in the category of best supporting actress for her work in the film ‘Vicky Cristina Barcelona’. When he finally won the prestigious award in 2008, the award did not bear any identifying inscription because the winners’ names are not engraved on the base until they step off the stage.
According to the tradition, The plaque at the bottom of the coveted golden statuette is given to the winners that same night and there is an expert standing guard after the end of the gala who can arrange to place it on his brand-new Oscar. However, Penelope chose not to use his services because she knew that her father, Eduardo, could take care of it later.
The problem is that his father did not remember to use his glasses when he got down to work, so he ended up placing the plate upside down, and it is still like that to this day.
“Unfortunately, my father is no longer with us, so he could never correct the mistake. I like that he left his own mark and I was very excited to see him“, He has now confessed on the program ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’.
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