BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) Who might catch the rapt attention of a area filled with A-list flick along with TV stars?
Try a an old U.S. president.
When your glitterati gathered at Sunday's Golden Globe honours listened to the amaze rewards of Bill Clinton, these people leaped to their feet and roared their particular welcome.
No, this kind of was not some joke, your comedy spoof through co-hosts Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. Here at a store has been the particular 42nd president, whose physical appearance added a look to George Clooney's face, induced "Girls" movie star Lena Dunham to be able to have on a look connected with stunned pleasure as well as empowered a new salute from Steven Spielberg.
Once the room settled down, Clinton got into business: Describing among the nominated films, your Spielberg-directed "Lincoln," starring Daniel Day-Lewis because dearest 16th president.
"A tough attack that will motivate a costs via a bitterly separated House associated with Representatives: Winning the item required the actual president to create a great deal of unsavory deals which had absolutely nothing to do with the particular big issue." A little shrug. "I wouldn't find out whatever related to that," Clinton said. His target market laughed.
President Abraham Lincoln's battle to help abolish slavery "reminds us all which long-lasting advancement will be forged in a very cauldron with each principle and also compromise," Clinton gone on. This film "shows all of us the best way they did it, plus offers us all expectation in which most people are capable of doing it again."