2012 Golden Globe Awards
With much anticipated mischief from Ricky Gervais who is again hosting this year's Golden Globe Awards, I actually thought he was toned down. It is all relative.
Ricky Gervais 2012 Golden Globes Opening Monologue
Ricky Gervais introducing Natalie Portman
"Last year, our next presenter won both the Golden Globe and the Oscar for her work in Black Swan. This year, she took some time out to have a baby. Consequently, she’s been nominated for nothing. Really pathetic. But she learned that valuable lesson you all already knew - never put family first. Please welcome the very foolish Natalie Portman."
Ricky Gervais introducing Madonna
"She’s always vogue, she’s a material girl and she’s just like a virgin.", followed by clearing of the throat for comic effect.
Madonna's response to Ricky Gervais
"If I'm still just like a virgin, Ricky, then why don't you come over here and do something about it? She then mischievously added, "I haven't kissed a girl in a few years ... on TV."
"We're already five minutes over. You don't need to thank everyone you've ever met. Just thank the main two - your agent and God. That's what I do, because I know my agent and God have the same amount of input in my career."
Madonna wins Best Original Song - Motion Picture
As a long-time fan of Elton John, I was puzzled by Elton's stone-face or even a hint of grumpiness every time the camera was on him. I later found out after the awards show that his camp is livid over Madonna winning the award for Best Original Song - Motion Picture. Elton does not have to stoop to that. He has had enough success and will continue to have success. He will go down in history as one of the greatest composers of this period in pop music.
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