The Best And Worst Moments Of The 2016 Golden Globes
Huffington Post - about 2 years
Last year, our Golden Globes recap started by saying how great the telecast was. This year's will not begin that way. Sunday's award show was long, tedious, odd and dull. Where were the fun drunk speeches? The galvanizing left-field wins that don't involve Mozart? The peculiar celeb interactions we'll be talking about for the next week? Well, OK, there were a few of those -- but it was mostly lame anyway. Here are some highs and lows. WORST: Ricky Gervais' first words were "Shut up." WORST: When the crowd booed a joke, Ricky Gervais responded by saying, "Shut up, I don't care!" BEST: Rachel Bloom gave an unfiltered acceptance speech about how "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" almost didn't exist. No one else showed as much charming, unbridled emotion. BEST: While awkwardly presenting the award for Best Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television, Jaimie Alexander reacted to a teleprompter glitch by saying, "Who's typing this sh*t?" WORST: So ma...
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