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In 1980, actress Bette Midler tickled the audience with a ‘Golden Globes’ pun while accepting the award for ‘The Rose.
Cher was at a literal loss for words while accepting a Golden Globe for her role in ‘Silkwood‘ in 1984.
When Christine Lahti won for Best Actress in a Drama Series in 1998, the ‘Chicago Hope’ star was late to accept her award because she was in the ladies’ room, forcing Robin Williams to vamp on stage.
Ving Rhames won Best Actor in a TV Miniseries for his role in HBO’s ‘Don King: Only in America‘ in 1998, but when it came time to accept the award on stage, the actor decided it to pass it on to fellow nominee Jack Lemmon instead.
Renee Zellweger also made an ill-timed bathroom break at the Golden Globes, nearly missing her opportunity to collect her award for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy in 2001.
Rather than giving a traditional acceptance speech, ‘Borat’ star Sacha Baron Cohen launched into a long, slightly inappropriate anecdote while collecting his Golden Globe in 2007.
While most actors choose to thank family, friends and co-stars on stage, Mickey Rourke instead thanked Hollywood for giving him a second chance when he won in 2009 for ‘The Wrestler.
In 2014, while presenting the award for Best Screenplay, Emma Thompson walked on stage with her shoes in one hand and a martini in another.
The history of women and people of color going unrecognized at Hollywood awards shows has come under increased scrutiny in recent years, most memorably in 2017 when Natalie Portman took the stage to present best director with the instantly iconic line, ‘And here are the all-male nominees.
Hosts Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg opted for compliments over zingers in their 2019 monologue, but the duo’s stint as co-hosts will best be remembered for Oh’s heartfelt speech about progress and representation.