Even humanitarians get nervous at the Golden Globes!
On Sunday night, Tom Hiddleston took home the award for Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie for his role in The Night Manager.
But apparently, the British actor could've used a night manager of his own to do damage control, because Twitter was NOT feeling his long-winded speech about doing humanitarian work in Sudan! (Christian Slater's unimpressed facial reaction didn't help, either.)
After his name was called, the humble Marvel star told a too-long anecdote about when some of the Doctors Without Borders doing life-saving work in South Sudan told him that they binge-watched the BBC crime drama.
While Hiddleston was trying say how honored he was to provide an escape to those making a real difference in the world, his mellifluous speech caused Twitics to feel his story was merely a self-congratulatory pat on the back — with some even branding him with "White Savior Complex"! Yeesh…
Never one to make waves, the 35-year-old took to Facebook to apologize for the way his "inelegantly expressed" speech came across, admitting he was