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Angelina Jolie's Oscar Pose Mocked by Jim Rash at 2012 Academy Awards

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Feb. 26 2012, Published 1:57 p.m. ET

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We hate to say this, but Angelina Jolie was mocked at the 2012 Academy Awards!

It all started with Billy Crystal introducing Angie as "the original Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" to present the award for Best Writing,  Adapted Screenplay.

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Angie walked onto the stage in her black velvet Atelier Versace gown and struck a pose with one hand on her hip and one leg forward to show through the slit of her dress.

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While Angie may have been trying to best show off her gown, the pose looked.... awkward.

We thought we just heard wrong when the audience laughed after Angie took her stance, but winner Jim Rash confirmed people found Angie's pose to be funny.

When Jim accepted his award for The Descendants, along with Alexander Payne and Nat Faxon, he mocked Angie's pose by trying to replicate it!

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What made the situation even more uncomfortable was that Angie was still on stage! She still had to present the award for Best Writing, Original Screenplay.

So, how did Angie handle being made fun of? Well, she stopped doing that pose. 

We didn't get to see Angie's partner Brad Pitt's face, but we hope he didn't get too mad!

Did you think Angie's pose was odd? Or was it the best way to show off her sexy dress?

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