It's all a blur for Jacqueline Bisset. The British actress, 69, was one of the more bizarre highlights of Sunday's 2014 Golden Globes; a surprise winner of the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role trophy, the Dancing on the Edge star was at a considerable loss for words at the podium.
"I can't remember what I said," Bisset admitted to the New York Post at a Globes after party. "Somebody told me I swore?" Indeed, the Hollywood veteran did! Paying homage to her own mother's words, Bisset quipped "[To] the people who have given me s - - t, I say . . . Go to hell, and don't come back.'"
But Bisset's thank-you wasn't all awkward pauses and curse words, either. "I love my friends and I love my family...You're so kind," she gushed Sunday. "Thank you so much."
The Post also reports that Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum, who presented Bisset's awards, were crying with laughter over Bisset's instantly viral acceptance speech. "That was crazy!" Ashton Kutcher's love was overheard saying.