1. Her acceptance speeech this time around irked me for its length and banality. She was just honored in such an amazing way, and she wastes her speech, all 2 hours of it, thanking people (lawyers, agents, etc) rather than saying anything interesting or revealing.
2. After Boys Dont Cry, it irked me that she ran around screaming at the top of her lungs, be it in interviews, ads, pictures, on runways, "I"M A GIRL! LOOK AT ME!! I CAN PLAY A GIRL TOO!! HEY, I'M A GIRL!!!" I know it is the truth, she is a girl, she can play a girl, but it bothered me that she clearly wanted so strongly to distance herself from a role that helped her so tremendously, and that had such deep meaning for so many, not only for being a real person, but for being TRULY tragic.
My two cents.