The former ’30 Rock’ star mispronounced the one-syllable title when taking to the stage at the annual awards ceremony to present the Best Original Score – Motion Picture trophy to the Pixar film.
AceShowbiz –Tracy Morgan has issued an apology after mispronouncing the one-syllable film title “Soul” during the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night (February 28).
The “30 Rock” star took to the stage at the annual awards ceremony to present the gong for Best Original Score – Motion Picture to the Pixar film.
However, Morgan accidentally called the film “Sal”, before doing a double-take at the winning name and chuckling to himself as he correctly said, “Soul”.
Following the error, which quickly went viral on social media, Morgan took to Twitter to apologise for his mistake.
“Sorry SOUL. I was thinking about the pizza I was going to get from my guy SAL on the way home!!” he hilariously wrote.
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He continued to make less sense as his speech went on, prompting fellow nominee Don Cheadle to mime the “wrap it up” finger gesture.
“And Don’s right, I need to wrap this puppy up, never been my forte,” Sudeikis grinned. “Thank you, I appreciate you guys, and shout-out to my fellow nominees.”
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