Most Oscar-winners like to thank their parents, their partners, maybe a teacher or two but have any of them thanked a pub before?
They have now.
David Malinowski, a special effects make-up artist, won an Oscar at this year's ceremony for his work turning Gary Oldman into Winston Churchill for the film, the Darkest Hour.
"All of my friends back home who are celebrating down the local pub, The Oak. Thank you for your support, we wouldn't be here without you guys today, so thank you," he told the world after accepting his statuette.
The Oak in question is Fuller's pub, The Oak, Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, which not only screened the ceremony for David's family and friends but also set up a "reaction cam" so that they could show David their reaction when he won, he later told Chris Evans on his Radio 2 breakfast show.
Check out his full speech above. It's not quite Gwyneth's weeping, we grant you, but it's the first time we've heard of a pub being thanked by an Oscar winner – or are we wrong? Let us know if you've heard of another...