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Melissa McCarthy Was The Golden Globes MVP For Sneaking In Ham Sandwiches For Hungry Celebs πŸ˜‚

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She may not have been stealing from the rich and giving to the poor, but when it comes to feeding the masses, Melissa McCarthy is still somewhat of a Robin Hood.


McCarthy, who is best known for her standout roles in Bridesmaids, Gilmore Girls and Ghostbusters, helped more than a few starving artists when she smuggled 40 ham sandwiches into the Golden Globes.

It is said many of Hollywood's finest find themselves with growling stomachs by the time the long award show is over. Dinner is served before the broadcast goes live to cut down on the clanging of dishes and silverware. Maybe this is why we see so many celebs heading over to In-N-Out for a late night snack.

Well, this year, the food came to them, thanks to the MIke and Molly star.

Twitter was loving it.









McCarthy was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture β€” Drama for her role in Can You Ever Forgive Me? Glenn Close won the award but McCarthy won all the hungry hearts.

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