Audiences didn't have to wait long for things to get odd at the Golden Globes; the second award of the night was presented to Jacqueline Bisset, who won for best supporting actress in a TV series, miniseries for "Dancing on the Edge." After taking a long time to get to the stage--stopping to kiss Jon Voight on the way--she gave a rambling speech including saying "sh-t" and "Like my my mother used to say, 'Go to hell and don't come back.'" She also said that forgiveness is the best beauty regimen.
Once backstage, the stunned behavior continued. "What do I do now?" she asked as she got onstage. Then she asked for her glasses so she could see--but once they were handed to her, they complained they were too dirty and she passed them off to someone to clean for her.
Asked about her speech, she admitted, "I can't really remember what I said, actually."
Jacqueline Bisset Explains Her Bizarre Golden Globes Speech
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