Marcia Gay Harden won the Oscar in 2001 for her portrayal of Lee Krasner in the film Pollock.
Others nominated within in the Best Supporting Actress category alongside Harden were Kate Hudson for Almost Famous, Frances McDormand for Almost Famous, Julie Walters for Billy Elliot and Dench for Chocolat.
She implied in an interview with Vulture (via Yahoo) that Judi Dench "wasn't so happy" with Harden's win for Pollock.
"It just felt great. And by the way, I felt the girls were really happy for me as well. There was one I will not mention — but it wasn't Kate — who seemingly wasn't so happy," Harden told the Vulture.
"And I'm friends with Frances McDormand. There you go," Harden said. "Frances doesn't give a s---."
The Mystic River actress also ruled out Walters, suggesting it was Dench who took issue with her win.
She said, "But I don't want to say anything negative about anybody, honestly. It was my perception that somebody wasn't so happy, but you never know what people have going on. Whatever."
Are you a sore loser, ONTD?