SAG AWARDS 2011: Natalie Portman Thanks Parents for Teaching Her to 'Never Be an A**Hole'

Natalie Portman
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In an Azzaro dress and $2 million worth of Tiffany jewelry

The best actress winner makes her second raunchy acceptance speech joke this month at the SAG Awards.

Natalie Portman had a long list of people to thank at the SAG Awards Sunday after winning best actress for Black Swan.

Most notably?

"My parents who taught me to work my hardest and never be an asshole," she said. (TBS bleeped out the profanity.) "It's never acceptable."

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She also called out her competitors.

"To all the actresses in this category, I am so humbled to be among you," she said.

Touting SAG, she said, "I've been working since I was 11 years old. You made sure I wasn't working too long, madure sure I got my education while I was working. I'm so grateful to have this union protecting me every day."

Lastly, Portman named her co-stars Mila Kunis, Barbara Hershey, Vincent Cassel, Winona Ryder, director Darren Aronofsky, "whom I love so much," and fiance Benjamin Millepied (with whom she is expecting her first child), who had a bit role in the film and choreographed it.

At the Golden Globe awards earlier this month, Portman also gave a PG-13 rated speech, joking that Millepied "definitely wanted to sleep with [her]" despite his line otherwise in Black Swan.