Tom Hiddleston apologises for “inelegant, nervous” speech at Golden Globes

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Tom Hiddleston has said sorry for his “inelegant” speech from the Golden Globes on Sunday night.

Hiddleston won “best performance for an actor in a TV Series” for his role in BBC’s The Night Manager, but his acceptance speech didn’t quite go to plan.

The Avengers star spoke about his charity work, which to many came across as the actor simply bragging, check the speech out below:

It’s fair to say that the internet was not impressed and so Hiddleston has responded with an apology, blaming his “nerves” which he says made the “words come out wrong”. See his full Facebook post below:

Hiddleston next stars in Kong: Skull Island which lands in theaters on 10th March.

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One comment on “Tom Hiddleston apologises for “inelegant, nervous” speech at Golden Globes

  1. Diane

    No apogee needed. I got exactly what you meant. As for Meryl my guess is that she has no worries about getting any parts she would like that she felt she could use opportunely on stage and national T.V. To give her point of view about our now President.

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