Tom Hiddleston has admitted his Golden
Globes speech was “inelegantly
The actor picked up the
gong for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or
TV Motion Picture for his performance in
the BBC drama ‘The Night Manager’ at
the glitzy ceremony on Sunday
(08.01.17), and was slammed on social
media as he took to the stage to give a
lengthy “boring” speech about a trip to
Now, the Hollywood hunk has taken to
Facebook to apologise for his rambling
speech, saying he was “very nervous”
and his “words came out wrong”.
He wrote on the social media site: “I just
wanted to say… I completely agree that
my speech at the Golden Globes last
night was inelegantly expressed.
“In truth, I was very nervous, and my
words just came out wrong.
“Sincerely, my only intention was to
salute the incredible bravery and
courage of the men and women who
work so tirelessly for UNICEF UK, Doctors
Without Borders/ Médecins Sans
Frontières (MSF), and World Food
Programme, and the children of South
Sudan, who continue to find hope and
joy in the most difficult conditions.
“I apologise that my nerves got the
better of me.”
His apology comes after Twitter users
claimed they “fell asleep” after being
subjected to his long-winded speech.
One twitter user wrote: “i fell asleep during the
golden globes because of tom
hiddleston’s incredibly awful speech
Which another said: “Good on Tom
Hiddleston for telling that long, boring,
completely unrelated to his award story
about how he’s a good person.
Another user claimed: ” Tom Hiddleston
does not know how to tell a short,
concise story. He’s so boring &
longwinded I nearly fell asleep.