Brad Pitt Explains Why He Didn't Take His Mum To The Golden Globes
Brad Pitt has taken home a Golden Globe for his role in 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' and gave a shoutout to his folks.
It's the fifth time the actor has been nominated for a Golden Globe and just his second win, the first was for 'Twelve Monkeys' back in the mid '90s.
Pitt won Best Supporting Actor for his role as stuntman Cliff Booth, the right-hand man of Leonardo DiCaprio's character in the latest Quentin Tarantino film.
He was clearly enjoying his time on stage after the win and gave a shoutout to his co-star and partner in crime "LDC" as well as "the man, the myth, the legend" Tarantino.
Pitt then took the time to give a shoutout to his parents, who he said were back in the Ozark Mountains and mentioned that he really would have liked his mother to have been present for the win.
"I want to say hi to my folks because... hey!" he shrugged with a grin.
"They're back in the Ozarks, I wanted to bring my mother but I couldn't because any woman I stand next to they always say I'm dating," he said as the Globes audience chuckled.
"It'd just be awkward," the former husband of Angelina Jolie, and Jennifer Aniston admitted with a sigh.
He then left the stage with a beautiful directive to anyone listening.
"Hey! If you see a chance to be kind to someone tomorrow, take it.
"I think we need it," he said, before walking off stage.
'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' has had a successful run at the Globes so far, winning Best Screenplay and Best Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy).
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