An ‘illegitimate son’, barefoot presenter and humorous mixups
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, before Randy moved on to industry mogul Harvey Weinstein, amid cheers from the hotel ballroom. • Emma Thompson, star of Saving Mr Banks, came onstage to present the Golden Globe for best screenplay barefoot, and holding her black heels in her right hand and a martini in her left.
Pointing to the bottom of her Christian Louboutin heels she said, “I just want you to know, this red? It’s my
blood.” •A worriedlooking Jimmy Fallon told the guests at the ceremony that his copresenter, Melissa McCarthy, had been hit in the head by a falling sandbag backstage and was now convinced she was Matt Damon. McCarthy played along, going as far as to point to Damon’s table and say she’d rather be at home with “his” wife, “Mrs
Matt Damon”, than be at the Globes. • Tina Fey had the audience in stitches when she introduced The Wolf of Wall Street star Leonardo DiCaprio with the words, “And now, like a supermodel’s vagina, let’s all give a warm welcome to Leonardo DiCaprio.” The actor grinned and gave her a thumbs up when he took the microphone. SOME 2,1 million tweets were sent during this year’s live Golden Globes show, according to People magazine.
Breaking Bad was the source of the most talkedabout moments on Twitter. The show’s win for Best TV Drama generated 28 117 tweets per minute (TPM), and Bryan Cranston’s Best Actor win, 24 099 tweets per minute.
Jared Leto was close second. His win for best Supporting Actor in a Mo
a tion Picture for Dallas Buyers Club created 23 594 tweets per minute, and he was one of the most tweetedabout stars of the evening.
Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Poehler were runnersup in the most tweetedabout contest. — Arts Editor.
Presenter Emma Thompson and her
DID YOU KNOW? Leonardo DiCaprio got a warm welcome.