“I won that Golden Globe, and then I wanted to change my dress for the after-parties, and I lost that Golden Globe,” Tracee told the audience. “I decided to change my dress and I went into the bathroom in the ballroom, and I couldn’t get in and out of the dress by myself…My friend took me out of the dress, we went into the handicap stall because it had enough room for two of us, laid the dress on the floor, standing there in a G-string and pasties with no service on my phone. She ran out to go get my stylist, I stood there for 20 minutes, naked, in the bathroom.”
When she left the bathroom, she realized she forgot her award.
“I was rushing when they came back in to finally change me, I left it…You know that feeling when you go to the airport, and you’re like, ‘Oh god, I forgot something, please say it’s not my license.’ Then I realized I had left the Golden Globe. I went back in, it had been given to security, and they couldn’t find it. It was so dramatic,” she continued.
“It did get returned. I was sweating profusely, but I do have it. I was a winner who had lost,” Tracee added.