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Jacqueline Bisset Wins Best Supporting Actress In A Mini-Series At The Golden Globes 2014! Watch Her Long, Rambling Acceptance Speech HERE!

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While we totally support Jacqueline Bisset's awesome victory tonight, we think her acceptance speech could have gone a little a whole lot faster.

Jacqueline just won the Best Supporting Actress in a Mini-Series at the Golden Globes for her performance in Dancing on the Edge.

Her slowly worded acceptance speech that was filled with dramatic pauses and even some cursing literally went on for so long that the wrap up music almost gave up.

Jacqueline beat Janet McTeer, Hayden Panettiere, Monica Potter, and Sofia Vergara!

That was no easy feat! Congrats Jacqueline!

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5 comments to “Jacqueline Bisset Wins Best Supporting Actress In A Mini-Series At The Golden Globes 2014! Watch Her Long, Rambling Acceptance Speech HERE!”



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    I don't know if she was truly in shock or a little out of it. Maybe the bright lights threw her off. But I remember her years ago, she was a gorgeous woman. Good for her, she seemed really surprised. Loved her mother's shade "go to hell and don't come back."



  2. 2

    She was either very nervous or very drunk or high.



  3. 3

    Don't they cut them off after a certain amount of tine? I know they do at the Oscars, the band starts playing until it gets louder and louder.

  4. Office Drone says – reply to this


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    The real treat of this acceptance speech was her walk up to the stage, which seemed to go on for an eternity. If you haven't seen it, try to google it. Most awkward acceptance speech I've seen.

  5. Canada Guy says – reply to this


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    She must have been hammered. She had NO idea what she was talking about, constantly losing her train of thought and just looked lost.
    They need to bring back "the hook".