So after just baring all for New York Magazine, Lindsay Lohan has followed that up by having her latest film, I Know Who Killed Me, “win” eight of the nine prizes for which it was nominated this past weekend at the annual Golden Raspberry (aka “Razzies”) awards, in which a spotlight is shone on some of the worst films of the year. Lohan alone managed to win two, for both Worst Actress and
Worst Screen Couple, for a scene in the movie in which she appears
alongside herself. With its eight victories, I Know Who Killed Me smashed the unenviable record set by John Travolta’s sci-fi epic Battlefield Earth and the NC-17-rated Showgirls,
which each scored seven wins at previous ceremonies.
Eddie Murphy, meanwhile, was awarded
three of the four prizes in the worst acting categories, for a trio of
characters, both male and female, he played in Norbit. With Murphy and Lohan’s pictures, ahem, sucking up all the oxygen at the ceremonies, Daddy Day Camp, starring Cuba Gooding, Jr., was the only other movie to be humiliated with a Razzie award, for Worst Prequel or Sequel. Sadly, no one was on hand to attempt to one-up Halle Berry’s surprise in-person acceptance of her award for Catwoman.