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Golden Globes 2013: What did Jodie Foster really say? [Poll]

January 14, 2013|By John Horn

Jodie Foster's spellbinding, 6½ minute speech at the Golden Globes was moving to some, confusing to others, and certainly unforgettable. She referenced her sexuality, her privacy, the road ahead, and her ailing mother.

Mel Gibson cheered her on. Her children smiled for the cameras. She gave a shout out to Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. members by name, then said hi to the tables at the back of the room, and even went to sit with them later.

Foster, 50, was receiving the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award, for a career spanning more than four decades. She wore a blue, bejeweled Giorgio Armani dress. Most viewers can probably agree she looked like a million bucks, even if they can't agree what exactly she was trying to get at in her remarks. 

What do you think Foster was saying? Vote below.



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