On Sunday night, Sandra Bullock delivered a gracious speech when she won the Best Actress Oscar for her portrayal of Leigh Anne Tuohy in "The Blind Side." But before the show, Ryan Reynolds, her co-star in "The Proposal," revealed that Bullock doesn't handle accolades all that well.

"Amazing. It would be amazing," Reynolds told MTV News on the red carpet when asked how he would feel if Bullock were to win. "I couldn't be pulling for her more. It's gonna be hard for her 'cause Sandy doesn't take a compliment very well, so I have a feeling she's gonna win an Oscar and that's going to make this night very difficult."

Whether or not the win was difficult for Bullock has yet to be determined, but Reynolds said that the cast of "The Proposal," including Betty White, has been living a semi-charmed life since shooting the flick. They have all found incredible success since its release last year. "Something was in the water over there," he said. "Everyone just sort of blew up afterward. So, you know, once in while a movie comes along and it has some kind ... of juju that people love and I guess that's one of them."

Reynolds enjoyed his role as Oscar presenter for the night, but he wouldn't mind having what he calls "an award problem," like Bullock, at some point in the future. "Generally it's nice to have an award problem," he joked. "It's a good problem. No, I love being here and just doing that [whole presenter thing]. That aspect is easy. I get up there, and I just have to not fall on my face."

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