And the loser is…
Sia’s “unwatchable” and tone-deaf drama “Music” cleaned up at the Razzie Awards, which celebrates the year’s worst in film.
The ill-conceived movie — which tells the tale of an autistic girl through a series of cringe-worthy song sequences — took home more “dishonors” during the annual pre-Oscars parody show Saturday than any other nominee, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The big screen bomb “won” awards for worst actress (Kate Hudson), worst supporting actress (Maddie Ziegler) and worst director (Sia), according to the outlet.
Earlier this year, the flick was called “offensive” by critics for featuring acting that appeared to mock autism. It also earned an abysmal 8 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
In the worst supporting actor category, Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani took home the prize for his embarrassing cameo in the satirical comedy “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.”
In Giuliani’s infamous scene, he follows an actress impersonating a TV reporter into a bedroom and is filmed putting his hands down his pants — a move he later said was an attempt to adjust his clothes.
Meanwhile, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s documentary “Absolute Proof” — which claims a Chinese cyberattack “flipped” the 2020 election from former President Donald Trump to President Joe Biden — won worst picture, and Lindell was awarded worst actor.
Other Razzies were given to the Polish drama “365 Days” for worst screenplay, and the action flick “Dolittle,” starring Robert Downey Jr., for worst remake or sequel.
This year, the 41st annual Razzie Awards, also known as the Golden Raspberry Awards, were held remotely due to COVID-19.
Past Razzie winners have included Oscar winners Halle Berry and Sandra Bullock, who famously accepted their Razzie trophies in person.