Foxx presented the win for Best Original Score at the GGs to "Straight Outta Compton" -- which didn't get a nod for the score by Joseph Trapanese -- but the actor quickly retracted his announcement, pointing to the card and repeating verbatim Harvey's "it's right here on the card" speech in an uncanny apology session.
The timing was kinda brilliant -- namely because winner Ennio Morricone, composer for "The Hateful Eight," wasn't even present to accept, so Foxx wasn't exactly pulling a Kanye on the guy or anything.
Instead, it was writer/director Quentin Tarantino who took the stage to accept on Morricone's behalf (and also for himself because he was very proud of being the guy who directed a movie that finally got his favorite composer -- not just of film scores but EVERYTHING -- an American prize).
In classic fashion, QT managed to piss some people off big-time -- this time, by slipping in a "that ghetto" comment during his speech. So Foxx -- who got to come back and introduce his daughter, Corinne, this year's Miss Golden Globe -- took the opportunity to shut down his "Django Unchained" director's comment. And everyone could tell that this time he wasn't kidding, for which the world was quite grateful.