Frances McDormand's two words in 2018 Oscar speech: 'inclusion rider'

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Frances McDormand, Oscars' Best Actress victor, had her Oscars stolen barely hours after she received the award.

A man has been detained and charged of snatching the French McDormand's Oscars trophy shortly after the Academy Awards.

Frances McDormand celebrated her 90 Academy Awards win with tequila and was gracious enough to share the drink with fellow victor Allison Janney.

Bryant also reportedly posted a video on social media of himself at the event holding an Oscar statuette and telling other guests he was a victor.

Los Angeles police said a photographer who didn't recognize Bryant as an Oscar victor helped nab the suspected thief.

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After getting her trophy engraved at the Governors Ball on Sunday, McDormand, 60, misplaced her trophy, USA Today reported.

Authorities say the Oscar was allegedly stolen during the Governors Ball after party. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences issued a statement in the wake of the incident, saying: "Best Actress victor Frances McDormand and her Oscar were happily reunited after a brief separation at last night's Governors Ball". Don't talk to us about it at the parties tonight.

Terry Bryant pictured with Beyonce in 2009.

Just hours after winning her second best actress Oscar, Frances McDormand may have wanted to put up three billboards to find her golden statuette. He could be spotted in a Facebook live video, claiming that he won it for music and said, "Got this tonight!" The reporter softly reaches out to the actress and asks her for a few congratulatory words for Janney.

Hall said in an email: "Fran and Oscar are happily reunited and are enjoying an In-N-Out Burger together".

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