Jamie Foxx decided to get the whole audience singing a Ray Charles song with him after he took the stage to accept his best actor award his portrayal of the singer in Ray.
Elizabeth Taylor may or may not have been under the influence of alcohol or other substances when she presented the best motion picture -- drama award in 2001.
During her career, the actress has won two Golden Globes, one in 1974 for Ash Wednesday and another in 1967 for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Christine Lahti almost missed her chance to give an aceptance speech after her name was called while she was in the bathroom. She won a best actress Globe for her role in the TV series Chicago Hope in 1998.
Scarlett Johansson Groped by Isaac Mizrahi
Scarlett Johansson had a very awkward moment on the red carpet during the 2006 Golden Globes when designer Isaac Mizrahi -- who was covering the red carpet for E! Entertainment Television -- groped her on live TV. That year, Johansson was nominated for best supporting actress in a film for Match Point. After feeling her breast, he said he was just taking notes for the next time he makes a push-up dress.
During the 63rd annual Golden Globes Awards, Hugh Laurie took the stage and said he wrote down 172 names of people whom he wanted to thank. He randomly drew out three names and thanked the House script supervisor, the hair stylist and his agent.Laurie won for best actor in a TV series drama for his role in the Fox series.
Sacha Baron Cohen: Golden Globes
Sacha Baron Cohen won a Golden Globe in 2007 for best actor in a comedy or musical. While accepting his award for Borat, he said, “I want to thank the Hollywood Foreign Press. And I just want to say that this movie was a life-changing experience. I saw some amazing, beautiful, invigorating parts of America. But I saw some dark parts of America, an ugly side of America. A side of America that rarely sees the light of day.
"I refer, of course, to the anus and testicles of my co-star, Ken Davitian."
Ving Rhames won a best actor Golden Globe in 1998 for his portrayal of Don King in Don King: Only in America. Rhames stunned the crowd after he took the stage by inviting his co-nominee Jack Lemmon up onstage and proclaiming, “I’d like to give this to you.” Lemmon replied, “That was one of the nicest, sweetest moments I’ve ever known in my life.”
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