Actress Helena Bonham Carter has admitted that she felt relieved when she didn't have to make a speech at the Golden Globes.
Speaking to PA, she said that she wasn't disappointed when she didn't claim the Best Supporting Actress award for 'The King's Speech', explaining: "I'm really glad Colin won, it was fine."
"I was so glad I didn't have to get up and give a speech."
Speaking about 'The Social Network' claiming the award for Best Picture, she said: "At the time you're just glad you don't have to get up."
"I'm slightly split because I really like David Fincher because I've worked with him, but whatever - all I care about is if I'm going to get another job. That's all it's about."