Jodie Foster accepts the 2013 Cecil B. DeMille Award, which honors her career in film. "This is the best party of the year, and I feel like the prom queen," she said. Foster discussed her decision to remain tight-lipped about her sexual orientation in a speech that was a strange mix of publicly coming out and touting the value of privacy. "I already did my coming out about a thousand years ago back in the stone age," she said. She talked about a lifelong career in Hollywood and the resulting pressure to broadcast details of her personal life. "I have given everything up there from the time I was 3 years old," she said. "That's reality show enough, don't you think?"
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