The real reason George Clooney signed on to film Gravity. Jared Leto’s waxing routine. Diane Keaton’s unexpected performance.
The morning-after buzz surrounding Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards is about much more than just the list of winners – who can forget some of the night’s memorable (and funniest!) moments?
Take, for example, Tina Fey‘s thoughts on why Clooney embraced his latest role.
“Gravity is nominated for best film. 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,” joked the co-host, before the camera panned over to Clooney’s costar, Sandra Bullock, who can be seen laughing and applauding the act.
And who can forget Jacqueline Bisset’s savvy advice from her mother? “She used to say, ‘Go to hell and don’t come back,’ ” the actress, who won best supporting actress in a TV series for Dancing on the Edge, said in her acceptance speech.
Actress Diane Keaton didn’t hold back when she accepted a lifetime achievement award on behalf of Woody Allen, serenading the audience with her rendition of, “Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver and the other is gold.”
But as many accepted their awards, only to find their time to run through their long list of thank yous was cut short by the orchestra, it was Breaking Bad‘s Aaron Paul, on stage for the show’s win in best series drama, who cut to the chase with his famous one-liner from the hit series, “Yeah, b—-!”
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