Alfonso Cuaron Wanted to Give Sandra Bullock What?
The Gravity mastermind accepted his best director honor by saying his grasp of the English language sometimes led to humorous mixups on set. He addressed Sandra Bullock: "I want to thank you for not quitting when you thought that I had told you, 'Sandra, I'm going to give you herpes,' when I really meant to say, 'Sandra, I'm going to give you an earpiece.' "
All Right, All Right! Wooderson Returns
Matthew McConaughey brought smiles to the faces of many in the audience when accepting the award for best actor in a motion picture, drama, for Dallas Buyers Club. "All right, all right, all right," he began, invoking the memorable catchphrase of his breakout role playing David Wooderson in 1993's Dazed and Confused.
Mr. Golden Globe Finds His Father
Miss Golden Globe, Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick's daughter Sosie, was soon joined by Mr. Golden Globe, revealed to be "Randy" -- Tina Fey's "adult son from a previous relationship." "Randy" was really Amy Poehler wearing a Justin Bieber-like wig and tux. When Fey threatened to send Randy to live with his father, Randy responded: "You won't tell me who he is."
"He's here tonight, so look around," Fey shot back. First up was Idris Elba, before Randy moved on to Harvey Weinsteinamid cheers from the hotel ballroom.
Elisabeth Moss (and Others) Get Bleeped
Elisabeth Moss expressed her surprise at winning for Top of the Lake with a curse word that got bleeped out at the start of her acceptance speech. DianeKeaton also was bleeped while accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Award on behalf of WoodyAllen, while a bit involving LeonardoDiCaprio's introduction by hosts TinaFey and AmyPoehler also was cut from the live telecast.
Diane Keaton Accepts Woody Allen's Cecil B. DeMille Award
Diane Keaton accepted the 2014 Cecil B. DeMille award on behalf of her longtime friend Woody Allen, who wasn't in attendance. In her speech, Allen's Annie Hall star quoted the director, praised his ability to create complex female characters and sang the Girl Scouts song, dedicating it to her old friend, Allen, whom she said she's known for 45 years.
Emma Thompson Disses Christian Louboutin
The Saving Mr. Banks star came onstage to present the Golden Globe for best screenplay at Sunday's ceremony -- barefoot. She held her black heels in her right hand, and a martini in her left."Yeah, hi -- um, stop it," she told the audience as they applauded her entrance. She then pointed to the bottom of her heels and said, "I just want you to know, this red? It's my blood."
Cate Blanchett References Judy Garland's Drug-Induced Death
In her acceptance speech for best actress in a motion picture, drama, BlueJasmine star CateBlanchett invoked the late JudyGarland, who died of an overdose of barbiturates in 1969: "Thank you to my agents for plying me with vodka in the same way that Judy Garland was probably plied with barbiturates."
Jacqueline Bisset Curses During Puzzling Speech
Winning for Starz's Dancing on the Edge, Jacqueline Bisset gave the night's most awkward and bizarre acceptance speech, complete with long pauses and a curse word. NBC censors failed to catch Bisset when she said "shit," though they did bleep out the beginning of her sentence.
Leonardo DiCaprio Thanks Bruce Dern
Accepting his best actor in a comedy or musical honor, DiCaprio gave shout outs to all of his fellow nominees – but his brief tribute to Nebraska star Bruce Dern was particularly classy: "If any young actor wants to follow the filmography of a great artist, take a look at Bruce Dern’s work." Dern raised his hand and nodded in acknowledgement.
Melissa McCarthy Is Matt Damon?
Jimmy Fallon explained that his co-presenter, Melissa McCarthy, had been hit in the head by a falling sandbag and now was convinced she was Matt Damon. McCarthy played along, going as far as to point to Damon's table and say she'd rather be at home with "his" wife, "Mrs. Matt Damon" than be at the Globes.
Tina Fey, Amy Poehler Riff on the Nominees in Their Monologue
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler opened the Golden Globe Awards with a mostly friendly monologue that riffed on the major film and television nominees. On Alfonso Cuaron's blockbuster astronaut film Gravity, Fey joked to applause and laughs: "It's the story of how George Clooney would rather float away into space and die than spend one more minute with a woman his own age." Jonah Hill bore the brunt of The Wolf of Wall Street quips. "If I wanted to see Jonah Hill masturbate at a pool party, I'd go to one of Jonah Hill's pool parties," Poehler said.
Tina Fey's X-rated Leonardo DiCaprio Introduction
Tina Fey introduced The Wolf of Wall Street star when he returned to the stage in a very cheeky manner. "And now, like a supermodel's vagina, let's all give a warm welcome to Leonardo DiCaprio," she announced to an eruption of laughter from the audience. Even the actor approved, giving a thumbs up to the joke when he took the microphone.
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