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Oh, bleep. Meryl Streep, who’s rarely without her reading glasses to accept an acting award, left them at her table on Sunday’s Golden Globes after winning a best actress trophy for The Iron Lady.
Once onstage, she noticed her trusty specs were missing — and that’s when she dropped the S-bomb, bleeped out by the NBC telecast’s censors.
“Oh s–t, I forgot my glasses. Oh! I’m going to have to remember my speech,” she said.
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Backstage, Streep owned up to her mistake in an Access Hollywood interview, saying: “I said s–t on TV! I did. … I said (it) and I don’t normally say — well, I do normally say that, but I don’t say it on TV.” (Also bleeped: Ricky Gervais, while introducing presenters Salma Hayek and Antonio Banderas.)
Streep said she had written “such a good speech” but would now have to send an email to everyone she forgot to thank.
One person she remembered: The Help‘s Viola Davis, her competitior for the award and the winner of last week’s Critic’s Choice trophy, whom Streep called “my hero.”
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