Ludovic Bource Golden Globes Speech: 'I'm Sorry, I'm French'
Composer Ludovic Bource arrives at the 12th Annual AFI Awards held at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills on January 13, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California. (Getty Images)more pics » Ludovic Bource (Getty Images) Ludovic Bource won the Best Original Score Golden Globe for his work on The Artist, and his acceptance speech was one part awkward, two parts hilarious, and another part totally sweet. He began his speech by saying: "I'm sorry, I'm French."
Then he went on and on and thanked the usual suspects, reading from his piece of paper and telling the audience he's better at writing songs than speaking. He was a great sport while trying to make it through the speech, and managed to thank his family at home in Paris.
We love Bource's spunk and everyone in the audience seemed entertained by his attempt to get through everything he wanted to say -- even with the music coming on to signal he'd used up all of his time. The only star who looked less than amused was Natalie Portman, who seemed to be rolling her eyes. Whoops!
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