Oh No They Didn't! 2009's Craziest Globes Quotes

Relive the funny, silly – and sometimes TMI! – things the stars let slip at the Globes

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“Ru, I’m very proud of you and I love you. And don’t hunch. Shoulders back!”
Demi Moore, mothering daughter Rumer Willis – this year’s Miss Golden Globe – from the stage before announcing the best supporting actor winner (Heath Ledger)

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“I still have a cold. It’s not the other thing it used to be.”
– Presenter (and later winner) Colin Farrell, referencing his less-sober days while sniffling onstage

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“Hello? Hello? Mama talking! Mama talking!”
Jennifer Lopez, shushing the crowd as the night’s first presenter. She gave the prize of best supporting actress to Kate Winslet (The Reader).

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“I’m so sorry Anne, Meryl, Kristin – oh God, who’s the other one?”
Kate Winslet, accepting the Globe for best actress and naming her fellow nominees Hathaway, Streep and Scott Thomas – but momentarily forgetting Angelina Jolie

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“I’m just wondering if this mercury poisoning is contagious.”
Mark Wahlberg, teasing Entourage star – and recent mercury victim – Jeremy Piven, while on the red carpet with NBC’s Tiki Barber

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“I’m tired of sucking in.”
Eva Longoria Parker, in a skin-tight Reem Acra gown, to E!’s Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet

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“I’m a tranny.”
Megan Fox, admitting to a few insecurities, despite looking stunning in Ralph Lauren Collection, on the red carpet, to E!

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“Last year, I actually got to pee at a urinal next to Martin Scorcese.”
The Office star Rainn Wilson, on his favorite awards-show moment, to E!

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“If you ever start to feel too good about yourself, they have this thing called the Internet, and you can find a lot of people there who don’t like you.”
30 Rock’s Tina Fey, accepting the award for best TV actress in a comedy

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“The Coen Brothers are at it again, writing and directing an original comic masterpiece that focuses on very ordinary, and very dumb people – Brad Pitt.”
– Presenter Don Cheadle, teasing his Ocean’s Thirteen costar, who also appeared in the Coens’ nominated comedy Burn After Reading

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“It is a true honor to finally be presenting here at the Golden Globes, although honestly, I wish I got to do this a long time ago in a different era in Hollywood, perhaps maybe like the ’80s, you know? That way, instead of being drunk with Mickey Rourke tonight, I’d be doing coke with Mickey Rourke tonight.”
Seth Rogen, while presenting the nominees for best screenplay

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