Apparently, Amy Adams is used to showing off her Golden Globes.
Adams — who was looking stunning in a draped Versace gown — stopped by to talk with ET's Nancy O'Dell on the Golden Globes carpet, and she spilled details on her past job as a Hooters waitress.
"I would be proud of that," O'Dell told the Big Eyes actress. "I would be like, 'I had the body, people!'"
Adams revealed that despite her petite frame, she was much more curvaceous in her youth. "Well I was like 18, so everybody has the body at 18," she said. "But it was a great job out of high school and I was a hostess at first, and then I waited tables for a while, and it was great. It was a great way for me to earn money for college."
When asked if she ever imagined that she would go from a Hooters waitress to a multi-award winning actress, Adams was candid in her response: "No I never did," she said. "I never dreamed this big. I really thought I didn’t know what I wanted to do. I wanted to be a dancer on stage, and it has just led to this so I'm just very fortunate."