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Celebrities go to bat for Ricky Gervais

by Nicole
January 19, 2011 at 4:23 pm

Ricky Gervais’ jokes at the Golden Globes definitely triggered complaints from some celebrities.

But there were also stars that enjoyed his humorous speech and they shared their impressions on Twitter.

Al Pacino: He’s a comic, so he’s going to go for it. He’s letting it go. You don’t know what [he's] going to say!

Larry King: The folks who put him on the Globes have no right to complain about Ricky Gervais. He does what he does. Why should it surprise them? You agree?

Christian Bale: Thank God for comedians. I’m hoping he’s going to keep going further.

Elizabeth Banks: I thought RG was hilarious. Actors can take it. We have thick skins.

Jon Stewart: [I'm] offended that a comedian could be that funny at an awards show.

Damon Lindelof: In case you forgot what made David Brent so brilliant, it’s that he made us feel unsafe, uncomfortable and unable to look away. BRAVORICKY.

Andrew Garfield: He’s been terribly nasty and horribly rude and I think he’s genius.

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