Frances McDormandThe 65th Annual Tony Awards went off without a hitch at the Beacon Theatre in New York City last night. 'Book of Mormon' took home the prize for Best Musical, Neil Patrick Harris has been receiving rave reviews for his hosting duties, and Booke Shields even messed up her lines, but a night with Broadway's most talented stars wouldn't be complete without a few eyebrow raising acceptance speeches.

One of the most awkward of the night easily goes to Frances McDormand, winner of Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play. She made her way to the stage to accept her trophy in an outfit that seemed a little more fitting for a backyard barbecue than for Broadway's biggest night. That being said, the striped maxi dress and jean jacket seemed more than fitting for her all over the place acceptance speech.

The 'Good People' star thanked her company and accepted the award on their behalf, then stated "we all believe that ['Good People'] is an American classic, with a classic American hero, Maggie Walsh, the character that I played. I really sincerely thank you for this, because I love my job. I love my job...I believe that young actors will grow up to one day play this role."

Her speech was absolutely genuine, and undoubtedly unique.