Oscars 2014: Kevin Spacey improvs a 'House of Cards' Frank Underwood moment

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kevin-spacey-house-of-cards-oscars-2014.jpgThere was a funny unscripted moment in the middle of the 86th Academy Awards broadcast. When "20 Feet From Stardom" won for Best Feature-Length Documentary, one of its stars, Darlene Love, burst into song during her acceptance speech -- the documentary is about backup singers who have always been "20 feet from stardom."

She sang "His Eye is On the Sparrow," which goes, "I sing because I'm happy, I sing because I'm free."

So when Kevin Spacey next came out to introduce the honorary Oscars, he started his intro with a funny little "House of Cards" bit, adopting character Frank Underwood's slow South Carolina drawl and saying, "And I sing because it's so nice to be out of Washington and here with all my Hollywood friends."

It got a hearty laugh from the audience, with Jennifer Lawrence seen going, "Oh my god, it's Frank Underwood."

Indeed, J-Law.
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