Open Post: Hosted By A Tipsy Milly Alcock Onstage At The Golden Globes

January 11, 2023 / Posted by:

The audience at the Golden Globes always looks like they’re bored and ready to go somewhere else because, at its base, it’s a glamorous work function where nobody wants to become that person. And last night, when HBO’s House Of The Dragon unexpectedly won the award for Best Television Series – Drama, one of its stars, Milly Alcock, must have been completely caught off guard. Because when she got up to receive the award with co-star Emma D’Arcy and director Miguel Sapochnik, she definitely became that person with her tipsy antics that scream, “Blame it on the alcohol y’all.”

Page Six reports Milly was clearly three-hundred sheets to the wind when it was time to come up to the stage with Emma and Miguel, who both tried as hard as they could to make sure nobody knew she was a little drunk. It didn’t work AT ALL because everyone can see that girl is tore up from the floor up.

The “House of the Dragon” actress delighted viewers with her seemingly tipsy demeanor while onstage with co-star Emma D’Arcy and director Miguel Sapochnik Tuesday night.

The 22-year-old leaned on D’arcy as Sapochnik accepted the award for Best Television Series.

Throughout his speech, Alcock giggled, pointed at someone in the audience and put her finger to her mouth.

Notice how Emma lovingly looks at Milly, “Bitch get it together!” as Miguel fights the urge to throw her over his shoulder and cart her away for a thousand cups of coffee. Bonus points for the three of them looking like they just left a wack-ass dinner party and decided to have a few pints at the local pub to talk shit because in this case, the Golden Globes IS that wack-ass dinner party. But it’s Milly’s giggly awkwardness that’s the real star of this moment as she tries to look sober in front of everyone. I’m sorry, honey, but that didn’t work either. And we ALL love you even more for that!

And Milly deserves a special award called the Best Drunken Acceptance Speech Appearance for her contribution to the entertainment industry.

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