The Golden Globes: What Jacqueline Bisset Really Said During Her Acceptance Speech; TV Comedy Winner Is Big Surprise. Plus, We Have the Complete List of Winners ABC News; LA Times
Jacqueline Bisset was so overcome with emotion when she won a Golden Globe Sunday night that at first, when she got to the microphone, she didn't say anything. And then "during her speech, the 'Dancing on the Edge' actress was bleeped at one point, but here's what she actually said: 'For those who have given me s--t, like my mother always said, "Go to hell and don't come back!" ' " reports ABC News. "Dancing on the Edge" was a five-part TV series that originally ran on the BBC.
For a complete list of Golden Globe winners and nominees, please click here.
Says our good friend Scott Collins at the Los Angeles Times' Show Tracker: "[M]aybe the night's biggest shocker came with the TV comedy prize for 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' Fox's new cop spoof starring Andy Samberg, who also scored a head-turning coup as lead comedy actor.
" 'I couldn't be more surprised,' Samberg told reporters backstage, adding that in his on-camera acceptance speech he had forgotten to thank his parents, not to mention the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., which organizes the Globes.
"Sunday's wins could prove crucial for 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' which has earned generally strong reviews but has struggled in the ratings. Although the September premiere attracted 6.2 million total viewers, only a bit more than half that number have watched episodes since, according to Nielsen. On Sunday, the show was No. 1 [at the Golden Globes] in a field of much better known competitors: 'Girls,' 'Modern Family,' 'Parks and Recreation' and 'The Big Bang Theory.' 'We're very stunned, very grateful, very happy,' said 'Brooklyn' co-creator Dan Goor backstage. Fox executives will decide in May whether to bring the show back."