To end her speech at the Golden Globes, Michelle Yeoh played the intimidation card

Rich Polk/NBC/NBC via Getty Images BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 10: 80th Annual GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS — Pictured: Michelle Yeoh accepts the Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy award for “Everything Everywhere All at Once” onstage at the 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 10, 2023 in Beverly Hills, California. — (Photo by Rich Polk/NBC via Getty Images)

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Michelle Yeoh, voted best actress in a comedy for her role in “Everything Everywhere All at Once”, at the Golden Globes on January 10, 2023

GOLDEN GLOBES – The sequence repeats itself at each award ceremony, from the Césars to the Oscars to the Golden Globes. The award-winning celebrities love to listen to each other speak and the speeches of thanks overflow the allotted time being then interrupted by a little melody. This Tuesday, January 10 for the 80th edition of the Golden Globesit was Michelle Yeoh who particularly distinguished herself in this exercise.

The Malaysian actress took to the stage to receive the Best Actress in a Comedy award from Ana de Armas for her role as a laundromat owner immersed in parallel universes in Everything Everywhere All At Once. And while her speech dragged on a bit too long for the taste of the show’s producers, she didn’t hesitate to pull out the bullying card.

” Shut up please “she launched mockingly, recalling the many fight scenes that punctuate the film. “I can screw you up, this is serious. » The sequence can be seen in the video below:

I was given this gift, that of embodying this woman continued Michelle Yeoh about her role as Evely Wang, an exhausted woman who no longer understands her family, her job and is crumbling under taxes… Suddenly, she finds herself immersed in the multiverse, parallel worlds where she explores all the lives she could have led.

The feature film Everything Everywhere All At Once by Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan, released in summer 2022 in French cinemas, also won a second prize: that of best actor in a supporting role for Ke Huy Quan, who started his career as a child in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and The Goonies.

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To end her speech at the Golden Globes, Michelle Yeoh played the intimidation card