As winners of the 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards are being unveiled, it is revealed that Bruce Springsteen's song 'The Wrestler' and Kate Winslet of 'The Reader' have each scored an award.
The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards are being presented live on Sunday, January 11 and several early winners have been named. Those receiving the early kudos included actress Kate Winslet and musician Bruce Springsteen. Kate won the Best Supporting Actress for her performance at "The Reader", while Springsteen brought home the Best Original Song for his title track of "The Wrestler".
Besting over Amy Adams, Penelope Cruz and Marisa Tomei, Kate opened her acceptance speech which she acknowledged to be a long one saying, "You have to forgive me because I have a habit of not winning things." The actress who is nominated also for Best Actress title for "Revolutionary Road" then continued to thank everyone from her children to the film's makeup artists.
Meanwhile, Springsteen on his acceptance speech talked about him being in competition with Clint Eastwood as the award-winning filmmaker had also been nominated for the original song category for "Gran Torino". "This is the only time I'm going to be in competition with Clint Eastwood," the rocker stated, adding, "It felt pretty good, too."
Winners in others categories from Best Actor/Actress to Best Feature Film are still to come. The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards are being aired live by NBC from The Beverly Hilton starting at 8 P.M. EST.