Chris Colfer Golden Globe Speech

January 17, 2011 by Post Team 

Chris Colfer Golden Globe Speech, Chris Colfer has taken a stand against bullying at the Golden Globes, where he was named best television actor for his supporting role as a gay teen in Kurt Hummel Glee Fox.
Colfer has finished his speech on a serious note.

“Most important at all surprising that children watch our show and our show celebrates children, who are constantly saying” no “to people in their environment, bullying at school they can not be what they are or what they want because of who they are. Well, screw that, children, “said Colfer.

Colfer himself in the emotional scenes of the newsroom.

“I have my big-boy pants now. I try not to cry! “He said.” I hate to say that I’m Cinderella, but I was watching the Globes since I’m an embryo. I received a Facebook message from a friend in elementary school who said: “I remember you standing and talking to attend the Golden Globes when we were little. ”

Colfer is almost calm escaped again when asked to be a figure of gay rights.

“Now I’m really trying not to cry, but one of the best things for all children who are watching tonight who do not understand that Kurt Hummel is a character … they saw the win and that’s fine. ”

Colfer plans to party to celebrate his victory.

“I hope LAPD leaves me out of a night alarm. I do not have tickets, but I hope this [holds up Globe] me to [events]!” he joked.

Colfer wants to “sleep with my purse … for sure it really happened. Usually when I make it when I wake up.”

Glee Chris Colfer is on the verge of tears or breathlessness. “I hate to say I’m a Cinderella,” he admits, but I feel like tonight. ”


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