Trending: Golden Globe Missteps, Baby Sees Dad’s Twin For First Time

January 13, 2014 4:21 PM

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Reporting Angela Martin

GOLDEN GLOBE MISSTEPS

Everything doesn’t always go as scripted on live TV, even when there is a script.  During last night’s Golden Globes ceremony, viewers got a little taste of what happens when the teleprompter is not in the right place, when Jonah Hill and Margot Robbie approached the stage.

“I’m not gonna lie to you right now they put up the wrong stuff on the TelePrompTer. This is for Aaron Eckhart and Paula Patton,” started Jonah.

“And I’ve never done this before so I don’t want to improvise,” continued Margot.

When someone handed the couple a hard-copy script, “Oh, thanks. Here we go,” Jonah said.  “Let’s just be real about it. That was not for us.”

Other awkward moments included a shot of Robin Wright’s wardrobe malfunction — as she accepted the award for Best Actress in a Television Series.

Viewers got a shot of the double-sided tape that didn’t quite keep her dress in place.

Finally, Jacqueline Bissett’s acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries or TV movie was the weirdest of the night.  She continued to speak well after the cut-off music started playing and she uttered a curse word — which made it past the censors — to describe interactions with her mother.  The awkward speech sent a lot of people to twitter to ask if she had a little too much champagne.

BABY SEES DAD’S TWIN, DOES A DOUBLE TAKE

Finally, a dad blows his little girl’s mind and records it all.

In two days, this video of a little girl meeting her dad’s identical twin for the first time has racked up nearly one and a half million clicks.

Her dad holds here as she first sees her uncle. The little girl’s eyes grow wide and she does the cutest double take — looking at her dad, then her uncle and back to her dad.

When her uncle reaches for her, she goes to him — again looking back and forth between the two men.

She does manage to keep that pacifier in her mouth the whole time — despite the confusion.

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