Golden Globes flashback: Sandra Oh felt like ‘someone set me on fire’ after win for ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ [Watch]

Golden Globes flashback: Sandra Oh felt like ‘someone set me on fire’ after win for ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ [Watch]
Sandra Oh is co-hosting the Golden Globe Awards next month with Andy Samberg, but that won’t be the first time she’ll be up on the Globes stage. A Best TV Drama Actress nominee for “Killing Eve,” Oh won Best TV Supporting Actress in 2006 for her performances as Cristina Yang on “Grey’s Anatomy” — and she could hardly believe it.

“I feel like someone set me on fire!” Oh opened her speech (watch above) after collecting her Globe from presenters Teri Hatcher and then-future Superman Brandon Routh.

Oh defeated Candice Bergen (“Boston Legal”), Camryn Manheim (“Elvis”), Elizabeth Perkins (“Weeds”) and Joanne Woodward (“Empire Falls”) in the catch-all supporting category. At the time, “Grey’s” was in the middle of its peak second season and was weeks away from its post-Super Bowl episode — aka the bomb episode — which remains its most-watched and highest-rated hour.

A giddy Oh thanked the Hollywood Foreign Press Association,
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