In typical form, Ricky Gervais doesn't seem too phased by the backlash he's reportedly faced since hosting this year's Golden Globes - quipping 'I don't know what line I crossed'. The 49-year-old made big news by insulting many A-listers at Sunday's exceedingly well-documented event (this is the last of it, promise), including introducing Bruce Willis as Ashton Kutcher's dad.
But commenting on his controversial hosting duties, The Office actor hasn't let his thin skinned critics get to him. He said: "I don't know what line I crossed. I didn't draw the line." He went on to say some of the people who criticised his jokes obviously hadn't seen his stand-up routine. As to whether he thinks he will be invited back next year, Gervais said: "It doesn't really matter, because I'm not gonna do it again anyway. I said I wouldn't do a second time, but I think twice is enough."
As for this disappearance from the stage for approximately an hour during the awards, he forwarded on this statement to Deadline.com: "I did every single introduction I was meant to. There just happened to be a long gap. This is because I was allowed to choose who I would introduce in advance. I obviously chose presenters who I had the best jokes for. (And who I knew had a good sense of humour.) Everyone took it well and the atmosphere backstage and at the after show was great."
To see his gloriously fist chewing opening monologue, do head to Best Of The Web.