Ving Rhames Gave His Golden Globe To Jack Lemmon; What If That Happened At The Oscars?

From Shadow and Act Sun Feb 24 2013, 18:24:13

It's not an Oscar moment - I should've remembered to post this when the Golden Globes were handed out - but it's still an awards moment worth sharing, and one that I'm not sure everyone is aware of. In short, Ving Rhames won a Golden Globe award in 1998 for Best Actor in a TV Mminiseries for his performance in HBO's Don King: Only in America. At the ceremony, Rhames, in tears over his win, called fellow nominee Jack Lemmon (nominated for 12 Angry Men as Juror #8) to the stage. And after Lemmon joined him, Rhames said, "I feel that being an artist is about giving, and I'd like to give this to you," and handed his Golden Globe trophy to Lemmon, who was...

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