The first OMG moment of the Golden Globes broadcast had to be the acceptance speech by Dancing on the Edge star Jacqueline Bisset, whose remarks were long, nostalgic, rambling and included at one point profanity.
"I think it was 47 years ago that the Hollywood Foreign Press gave me a promising... a nomination for the... a promising newcomer," said the 69-year-old actress to kick off her speech. "Thank you very much Hollywood Foreign Press. I'm absolutely shaking, I can't believe this." WATCH.
Bisset then begins to start another sentence, but with a long, awkward pause. She then declares in a military-type sounding voice, "Okay, Scottish background to the front."
Addressing her Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or TV Movie for BBC's Dancing on the Edge, Bisset said, "I always wanted to do something for the BBC. And we did this and it was great." She also gives a shout-out to co-star Chiwetel Ejiofor and asks where he's sitting, explaining, "I need him for inspiration."
At this point in the speech, the notorious wrap-up music begins and she appears to begin to finish with, "Stars, thank you for putting this on, and thank you to my British agent..." But she continues after another pause, "I'm sorry, I'm going to get this together. I want to thank the people who have given me joy, and there have been many."
Her speech included a bleepable use of "sh**" that was not caught by show censors before she finally decided to begin wrapping up, all the while fighting louder and more intense music prompting her to stop. "I believe, if you want to look good, you've got to forgive everybody. It's the best beauty treatment," she said. "I love my friends, I love my family, and you're so kind, thank you so much."