The Golden Globe Awards voted by members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association honor excellence in film as well as television and have attracted a lot of attention every year. Now, let\'s take a look back at the most unforgettable moments in Golden Globe history.
Impressive images of Kate Winslet at the 2009 Golden Globe
Kate Winslet made her colleagues and fans surprised because she won two awards at the 2009 Golden Globes in Los Angeles including Best Actress for “Revolutionary Road” and Best Supporting Actress for “The Reader”. Winslet also made her co-star, Leonardo DiCaprio, burst into tears when saying that she loved him all her heart for 13 years and his performance in this film was wonderful.
When Kate Winslet took her second prize, she joked that “Is this really happening?”
Christine Lahti\'s Bathroom Break at the 1998 Golden Globe
An amazing moment at the 1998 Golden Globe happened when Christine Lahti thought that she had no opportunity to win the “Best Actress in a Drama” award for her role in "Chicago Hope", so the beauty went to the bathroom. When presenter Michael J. Fox announced her victory, she still believed it was only joking.
Christine Lahti won “Best Actress in a Drama” at the 1998 Golden Globe
Ving Rhames\' Hand-Off at the 1998 Golden Globe
Winning the Golden Globe becomes a great achievement for any actor or actress but someone didn’t think that. Ving Rhames, who won the “\'Best Actor in a Mini-Series” for "Don King: Only in America", gave his prize to fellow nominee Jack Lemmon. Although Lemmon tried to refuse this award in vain, he still said it was one of the sweetest moments in his life.
In the end, Lemmon (left) kept the award
Three beautiful ladies won “Best Actress” at the 1989 Golden Globe
1989 was the first time in the Golden Globes history that witnessed three beauties including Jodie Foster (The Accused), Shirley MacLaine (Madame Sousatzka) and Sigourney Weaver (Gorillas in the Mist) all won the award for “Best Actress”.
Jodie Foster, Shirley MacLaine and Shirley MacLaine
The youngest winner at the Golden Globes
Ricky Schroeder became the youngest winner at the Golden Globe Awards when he was only nine years old. This man now works as a talented actor and film director.
Ricky Schroeder won “Best New Star of the Year” at the 1980 Golden Globe for “The Champ”
The Golden Globe Awards - 2007
Golden Globe Nominations 2011
Avatar Wins the Best Movie at Golden Globe 2010