The moment Christian Bale thanked Satan at 2019 Golden Globes

Bessie Dean
January 8, 2019

Christian Bale had an unexpected muse for his Golden Globe-award winning performance as former United States Vice President Dick Cheney in Vice - Satan!

Bale later thanked Satan for giving him the inspiration to play the role of Cheney. In his acceptance speech, Bale threw a strong jab at the subject of the film and decided to make his feelings about Cheney very clear.

While the speech went over swimmingly with the Church of Satan - Fox News, not so much.

"She knows the dumb crap that can come out of my mouth at times".

He also said that the only reason he got the role was because he can be "absolutely charisma free".

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He said: "Thank you to my lovely wife, who told me, 'Less is more'. So thank you for that advice, my love", he said. The complaint was then passed to the Metropolitan Police, who spoke to Mr Bale before the film premiere but allowed him to attend the event on condition that he present himself at Belgravia police station yesterday. Hail Christian! Hail Satan!'

While the awards show was still underway, Cheney wrote on Twitter: "Satan probably inspired him to do this, too".

The charges against Bale - alleged assault against his mother and sister - were ultimately dropped because the prosecution in England couldn't find enough evidence to support the allegations.

The "Vice" star won his second Globe for playing Dick Cheney in director Adam McKay's biopic about President George W. Bush's former VP, and gave a very unexpected shoutout in the process.

"Gee, some people in America consider Cheney a bright, principled, conservative public servant and loving husband and father", Elder tweeted.

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