Prince Makes Surprise Golden Globe Appearance, Presents Best Original Song
Prince, the music icon who rarely makes public appearances, stunned the Golden Globe crowd when he strutted out onstage to present.
Prince At Golden Globes
Prince was at the 2015 Golden Globes to present the award for Best Original Song in a Motion Picture – a category he won in 2007 for his hit “The Song of the Heart” for animated feature Happy Feet. Before he could start reading off the list of nominees, Prince had to let the fawning celebrities recover from being star struck.
While the Golden Globe attendees were recovering, Twitter exploded with posts about Prince’s appearance.
PRINCE WINS — Kat Dennings (@OfficialKat) January 12, 2015
Allison Janney: massive Prince fan. pic.twitter.com/gcOjY8UtH3
— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) January 12, 2015
They should pour gold all over Prince and give him to winners next year — Scott Aukerman (@ScottAukerman) January 12, 2015
Prince is rocking gold lame and a cane and a tiny mustache. Here for it.
— roxane gay (@rgay) January 12, 2015
When the room in the Beverly Hills Hotel quieted down enough, Prince announced that Common and John Legend’s song “Glory” for Selma won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song.
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