Colin Farrell and Michelle Yeoh refuse to be swept off the Golden Globes stage after winning awards

Colin Farrell and Michelle Yeoh refused to be played offstage after winning awards at the Golden Globes.

Irish actor Farrell won Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy for his role in Martin McDonagh. in Bruges in 2009.

After Farrell took the stage, he used the first minute of his speech to congratulate Ana de Armas, who presented him with the award, for his Marilyn Monroe performance. Blonde.

He then went on to thank his co-stars, including Brendan Gleeson and Kerry Condon – but while doing so, the music started playing and he indicated that he needed to finish his speech.

“You can forget that piano,” Farrell said before continuing.

Soon after, Michelle Yeoh won the award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy. Everything Everywhere at the Same Time.

In his speech, he explained that he came to Hollywood 40 years ago and was told he wouldn’t be successful because he was “in the minority”.

In about a minute of his speech, the same music started playing – but Yeoh silenced the idea that he would end his speech there.

“Shut up please,” he said with a laugh, and added: “I can beat you.”

Michelle Yeoh says hilarious words for pianist playing winners off stage

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He later recalled working with directors Steven Spielberg, James Cameron and Danny Boyle, and thanked his co-stars Ke Huy Quan, Stephanie Hsu and Jamie Lee Curtis.

It was then his turn to exit the play as Austin Butler accepted the award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama on stage. Elvis.

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“You could at least play ‘Suspicious Minds’ or something,” the actor joked, referring to the singer he portrayed in the movie Baz Luhrmann.

Austin Butler wins Golden Globe for ‘Elvis’

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The host of the ceremony, Jerrod Carmichael, later revealed that the piece of music played was pre-recorded to mark the end of the speeches.

Carmichael continued to gasp the crowd with a Scientology commentary on Tom Cruise.

Earlier in the ceremony, Quan won the Best Supporting Actor award and thanked Spielberg, who directed him as a child star in the sequel. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom in 1983

Those who watched the ceremony were also intrigued. Elvis Did the star Austin Butler have his own voice, or was he giving his acceptance speech as Elvis Presley?

Find the full list of Golden Globe winners hereand as with all updates from the ceremony, here.

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