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Taraji P. Henson finally got her moment of glory at the Golden Globes Sunday night, and like her Empire character Cookie Lyon, she wasn't going to let anyone steal her spotlight.

Winning Best Actress in a Television Drama for Fox's megahit, Henson kicked off her speech by promising: "Cookies for everyone tonight. My treat."

"Who knew that playing an ex-convict would take me all around the globe?" Taraji wondered, before the dreaded cut-off music started swelling.

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But the Person of Interest alum was having none of it. It seems Henson's taken a cue or two from Cookie, and refused to have her speech cut short.

"Please wrap? Wait a minute. I've waited 20 years for this," snapped a visibly insulted Henson, who was nominated for an Emmy for Empire but lost to How to Get Away with Murder's Viola Davis. "You're gonna wait. You're gonna give me a little more time."

The actress, who opted for a stunning white gown rather than the animal prints Cookie usually goes for, then finished her speech and walked off the stage like a queen.

Are you happy Henson was rewarded for her portrayal of Cookie?