Quvenzhane Wallis, 9, Wins Critics' Choice Award

"Beasts of the Southern Wild" star reads acceptance speech off her mobile phone.
1:14 | 01/11/13

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Transcript for Quvenzhane Wallis, 9, Wins Critics' Choice Award
The countdown is on to the Oscars when those nominations rolled out yesterday a little bit of Hollywood history was made. With the youngest and best actress nominee ever nine year old -- bonds -- Wallace of Louisiana captured moviegoers in case of the southern wild. And she's now taking Hollywood by storm winning -- critics' choice award last night. -- weeks. Thank and I think and act. Students. -- I like and give them headaches but is alive. In this and then Saturday and collect and -- -- Thank -- had to make an enhancement. Classic black and me praying. And -- Asked for the Oscars -- -- NA is the youngest lead actress nominee ever but to Justin Henry at the little boy and Kramer vs Kramer is the all time that youngest Oscar nominee. He was eight years old.

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