Katherine Heigl had snuck into the Golden Globes once

KATHERINE Heigl had to "sneak" onto the Golden Globes' red carpet one year.  

The '27 Dresses' star - who presented an award at the star-studded ceremony last night (11.01.14) - has revealed that in the past, she had to work her way onto the red carpet.  

She recalled: "I was just thinking about the first time I had to sneak onto the carpet.  

"I wasn't invited to the show - but 'Grey's Anatomy' was nominated so I like snuck on, did the photos and then like snuck off.  

"It's so fun to be back now in a totally different capacity."  

The 36-year-old actress - who stunned in a navy Zac Posen gown - also praised the designer for helping find a dress that fits her "fuller figure".  

She told E! News: "He just knows how to do [dresses] for my fuller figure.  

"It's a good fabric. It's like Spanx, [it] just sucks it in."  

Meanwhile, Katherine recently hit back at claims that she is "difficult" to work with.  

When asked about the rumours, she wrote in a Q & A on her Facebook page: "Yeah, I've heard those too ... honestly I don't think I am ... nothing makes me more uncomfortable than confrontation or hurting someone's feelings and I would never, ever, actively do so on purpose.  

"Of course just like any human being, I've made mistakes and unwittingly or carelessly spoken or acted but I always try to make any wrong right."  

She added: "That doesn't mean I won't stand up for myself by drawing boundaries and asking to be treated kindly and respectfully but I don't do that with any rude or unkind intentions, just with the same strength and honesty I think every one of us is entitled to."



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