January 17, 2011 by Post Team
Chris Colfer, 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards, Cher Diane Warren ballad “You have not seen The Last Of Me” beat fellow tune Burlesque “Bound To You” (co-written by Christina Aguilera and Sia) for best original song while Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross caught price Best Original Score for the social network. But Glee actor “was the emotional speech by Chris Colfer won”Best Performance (Actor) in the TV category, which was one of the moments most memorable evening.
Colfer, who plays Kurt Hummel Glee, was joined by fellow cast mate Jane Lynch, who received the Performance Support (Actress) prize for her portrayal of Sue Sylvester. The hour-long hit Fox also won Best Musical or Comedy for the second consecutive year.
After thanking Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy, the crew and the rest of the cast, the actor 20 years, gave words of encouragement to fans of the series who are oppressed and who are bullied at school.
Executive producer of the show Brad Falchuck confirmed at the Golden Globe Hathaway will play the aunt of lsbn’s gay teen Kurt Hummel in the episode.
“Chris Colfer”qui plays Kurt, won a Golden Globe for best supporting actor at the ceremony on Sunday, Us Weekly reported.
“It was the idea of [Hathaway], and [with] someone like her is a bit difficult to say no,” said Falchuck.
“We do not usually get excited guest stars for the sheer fun of guest stars, but when you have someone like Gwyneth [Paltrow] or Anne Hathaway, where you can say” They are incredible, “… these are great gifts you. ”
Falchuck said Hathaway and his agents negotiated his contract with Glee creator Ryan Murphy to appear on the show at the Golden Globes.
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