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Renée Zellweger Calls Fourth Golden Globe For ‘Judy’ A ‘Family Reunion’ 19 Years After Her First Win

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Back in 2001, Renée Zellweger won her first-ever Golden Globe for Best Actress In A Motion Picture—Musical or Comedy for her role in “Nurse Betty.” Now, nearly two decades later, the 50-year-old actress accepted the Golden Globe for Best Actress In A Motion Picture—Drama for her role as Judy Garland in the movie “Judy.” Renée delivered a beautiful speech that both remembered her past and looked forward to her future.

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S2020 E02 minInterviewNews and InformationDaytime
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