Jared Leto Dedicates Best Supporting Actor Speech to Ukraine, Venezuelan Victims

Jared Leto picked up his anticipated Best Supporting Actor Oscar Sunday and gave what could be the longest speech of the night.

Leto reminded viewers of those suffering from violence in both Ukraine and Venezuela, telling them the assembled crowd had them in their thoughts. He also connected his win to those who suffer for being different, a reference to his cross-dressing character in Dallas Buyers Club. He rounded out the speech by thanking his family, particularly his single mom and brother.


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