"I'm very grateful and touched. I'm forever indebted to (director) Stephen Frears for offering me such a juicy role in such a classy film. I'm also thrilled to see that my co-stars - up and comer Meryl Streep and the always peerless Simon Helberg - have also been nominated." Hugh Grant pokes fun at his Florence Foster Jenkins co-star and fellow Golden Globes nominee Streep in a celebratory statement issued to E! News. The Brit will compete for Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy, while Streep set a new record for the most nods in the ceremony's history with her 30th for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy. Helberg has been recognised in the supporting actor category.