‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ takes upset win at Netflix-dominated Golden Globes

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ takes upset win at Netflix-dominated Golden Globes

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ takes upset win at Netflix-dominated Golden Globes

The Golden Globe Awards looked like it had gone entirely back to frothy, bubbly business as usual, until Regina King did the impossible: She got the orchestra to stop playing her off. "This is for and because of you, gorgeous".

Discussing her turn in the raunchy period piece, she said backstage: "Love scenes with women are much easier because in my head I wasn't being unfaithful to my husband so it felt. kissing a man just feels bad because then you feel like you're being very naughty". "Green Book", meanwhile, went from winning the audience award at the Toronto International Film Festival to being scrutinized for its racial politics.

The production won best original song for "Shallow", the heart-wrenching tune performed by Cooper, 44, and Gaga in the movie.

King used her platform on stage accepting the supporting actress award for "If Beale Street Could Talk", to shed a light on Time's Up x 2, the second year iteration of the legal defense fund founded in the wake of the sexual misconduct revelations that shook Hollywood. We have to say 'I can do that, and I should be allowed to do that.

One difference between the Golden Globes and other awards shows is that the Best Picture category is split into two sections: Best Drama and Best Comedy or Musical.

Lady Gaga, the front-runner for a best drama actress award for 'A Star Is Born, ' graced the red carpet in a Valentino lavender gown with puffed sleeves and a long train, with her blue-dyed hair pulled into a tight bun, and wearing a stunning Tiffany's diamond necklace.

Rachel Brosnahan made history for being the first woman to win Best Actress in a comedy or musical category twice in a row for The Marvelous Mrs Maisel.

This is the first of possibly many awards Gaga will win this year - she is also nominated for five Grammy Awards at the 61st ceremony next month, and there is no doubt that she will be nominated for an Oscar (or more!) at the upcoming 91st Academy Awards.

As a spoof of the proposal at the 2018 Emmys, when director Glenn Weiss asked his girlfriend Jan Svendsen to marry him, Maya Rudolph proposed to co-presenter Amy Poehler. Amy, you're the love of my life. "Amy Geraldine Poehler, will you marry me?"

He may have been left at home the night of the Golden Globes, but it was hardly a case of "out of sight, out of mind".

Alyssa Milano, the actress who was integral in making #MeToo go viral, said on the red carpet that in the past year a "really wonderful sisterhood has formed" and that they're "really finding our voice through our pain and our collective pain".

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