BY: GIBSON JOHNS
While being honored at the 81st Annual New York Film Critics Circle Awards on Monday night, both Kristen Stewart and Saoirse Ronan had the influential audience laughing.
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Stewart was honored first for her quiet performance in "Clouds of Sils Maria." While accepting the award for Best Supporting Actress, which was presented to her by her "Still Alice" costar Julianne Moore, the actress alluded to her "Twilight" days when she quipped, "I've received a lot of MTV Popcorns and stuff like that."
Saoirse Ronan, whose breakout leading role in "Brooklyn" has garnered near universal critical acclaim, continued to capture the hearts of audiences around the country during her speech. The rising star revealed during her speech for the Best Actress honor -- which was presented to her by Liam Neeson -- that she lived in the Bronx until she moved to Ireland at the age of three.
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"'Saoirse from the Block' is what they called me," Ronan joked. "A lot like Miss Lopez, but with a little more attitude."
The hilarious allusion to Jennifer Lopez's hit song "Jenny From The Block" wasn't lost on most of the critics in the audience, who loved the light-hearted moment.
The ceremony, which was held at Tao Downtown in New York City, also honored "Carol" for Best Picture, Todd Haynes for Best Director for "Carol," Michael Keaton for Best Actor, Mark Rylance for Best Supporting Actor, Phyllis Nagy for Best Screenplay for "Carol," and "Inside Out" for Best Animated Film, among other awards.
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