Julianne Moore, Kristen Stewart

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Julianne Moore is still riding high off of her big Golden Globes win for her performance in Still Alice, but the redhead beauty says she already has regrets about her acceptance speech.

"I wish I had taken a deep breath and managed to get Kristen [Stewart]'s name out, for one thing, and Alec [Baldwin]'s," she explained to HuffPost Live earlier today. "Slowing down, I think, is the message."

Moore also revealed the one thing she wishes she could've done differently Sunday night.

"I didn't stand up straight…As I walked up to the stage, I was all hunched over," she confessed.

The winning leading lady also admitted that she "didn't prepare much of anything" in terms of a speech.

"I also feel like it's bad juju. I'm oddly superstitious, too. You know, you feel it you're too prepared, you're asking for it."

K.Stew immediately chimed in during the chat and exclaimed, "That looks so silly—you come up with a piece of paper and you're like, 'I knew it! I knew it!'"

The former Twilight actress also opened up taking all the rumors surrounding her personal—and even professional—life with "a whole big boulder of salt."

"There is like, you know, a whole other form of entertainment that is just voraciously consumed," she stated.

"It's funny, you know, you do an interview and someone says, 'Oh you've been working a lot? What are you planning on doing now?' And you say, 'Uh, I'm just going to take a second and like do something other than that,' and [then suddenly the tabloids say], 'Kristen Stewart Quits Hollywood!'"

Stewart added, "I basically have started a self-led middle school art class in my garage and it's so cool. It feels so good!"

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