THE Golden Globe winners are being announced online TONIGHT, after the televised ceremony was canceled following controversy over the award show’s varied.
It was announced on Thursday that the event will be “private” and not live-streamed.
“We will be providing real-time updates on winners on the Golden Globes website and our social media,” Golden Globe Awards revealed in a tweet.
It has also been reported that the ceremony was unable to find a broadcast partner for the year or any celebrities willing to participate, according to Variety.
This after the Globes were hit by boycotts over its varied and ethics scandal, with a large number of big names slamming the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
NBC also decided to pull the plug on the show due to without of varied by the HFPA.
HFPA president Helen Hoehne told The Hollywood Reporter: “Change of this extent takes time and work, and we feel strongly that the HFPA needs time to do it right.”
Read our Golden Globes live blog for the latest news and updates…
Best Original Score in a Motion Picture
Hans Zimmer, of Dune, took home this Golden Globe.
Zimmer also won in 1995 for the Lion King’s original score.
Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Drama
Kodi Smit-McPhee takes home the award for his role in The strength of the Dog.
Will Smith wins!
Will Smith has won Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama for his role in King Richard as Richard Williams, the father of Venus and Serena Williams.
Billie wins for Best Song in a Motion Picture
Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas O’Connell have won for their song “No Time To Die” from the film No Time to Die.
Andrew Garfield wins!
Andrew Garfield wins the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.
He wins for his portrayal of Rent creator Jonathan Larson in tick…tick…expansion!
Best Limited Series or Movie Made for Television
The Underground Railroad takes the Globe!
Jean Smart wins Best Actress in a Television Serie
Jean Smart won the award for Best Actress in a Television Series Musical or Comedy for her Deborah Vance character in Hacks.
Best TV Series, Musical or Comedy
HBO’s Hacks takes the win!
Best Actress in a Limited Series or Television Movie
Kate Winslet wins her fourth Globe for her role as a small-town detective in HBO’s Mare of Easttown.
Best Actor in a Limited Series or Television Movie
Michael Keaton wins for his role as a doctor in a small town at the onset of the opioid epidemic in Dopesick.
Jamie Lee Curtis shows sustain
Jamie Lee Curtis appeared in a video filmed for the Golden Globes in sustain of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
She talks about the organization’s humanitarian work.
You can watch the video below.
Damien Navarro, Executive Director of Outfest will present the awards for Best Actor and Actress in a Limited Series or Television Movie.
Best Supporting Actress, TV Series
Sarah Snook won for Best Actress in a Limited TV Series or Movie! S
She wins for her portrayal as a shrewd heiress in HBO’s series.
Best Screenplay, Motion Picture
The award goes to Kenneth Branagh for Belfast!
Best Non-English Language Motion Picture
The award goes to excursion My Car, from Japan!
Jason Sudeikis wins best actor, TV!
Jason Sudeikis wins the Globe for Best Actor in a Television Musical or Comedy!
He wins for his portrayal as Ted Lasso, for which he won last year in addition.
The winners for Best Non-English Language Motion Picture and Best Actor in a Television Musical or Comedy will be announced next.
Best actor- TV drama
Jeremy Strong has won the award for Best Actor, TV Drama!
He won for his performance as Kendall, the prodigal son in the Roy family portrayed on HBO’s series.
Best picture – animated
Encanto has won the Golden Globe for Best Animated Picture!
Best Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Series, Limited Series, or Television Movie
O Yeong-su, from South Korea, has won!
The actor eon for his performance in the hit Netflix series Squid Game.
HFPA Grantee and Founder and Executive Director of Kids in the Spotlight Tige Charity presented the award.
Best Supporting Actress — Motion Picture
The winner is Ariana Debose for her role as Anita in 2021’s West Side Story!
HFPA president’s statement
The Golden Globes shared some words from Helen Hoehne, President of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
“The Golden Globes are a bridge to a world audience of many colors, many faiths, and many cultures, all united with the same passion – a love of movies.”
The 79th Golden Globes begin now
The award’s official Twitter account has kicked off tonight’s event.
There is no televised event tonight and the winners will be announced online.
‘The Golden Globes will move forward’
Variety obtained a copy of an email from the Globes talent booker that was sent out to publicity agencies asking about clients participating in the show, but supplies say no celebrities have agreed to take part in the event.
“The Golden Globes will move forward with a small event on January 9th that will not only award the best performances in television and film for 2021, but also on recognizing the importance of supporting different creatives across the industry,” the letter read.
“The event this year will celebrate and honor a variety of different, community-based programs that empower inclusive filmmakers and journalists to pursue their storytelling passions.”
“The HFPA has financially supported important underserved organizations for decades and will continue to invest in the future leaders of our industry.”
Retired Golden Globes awards
Some awards at the Golden Globes have been retired, but were before awarded in the past.
Those awards include:
- Best Documentary – Awarded from 1972 to 1976
- Best English-Language Foreign Motion Picture – Awarded from 1957 to 1973
- New Star of the Year – Actor – Awarded from 1948 to 1983
- New Star of the Year – Actress – Awarded from 1948 to 1983
- Henrietta Award (World Film Favorite – Female) – Awarded from 1950 to 1979
- Henrietta Award (World Film Favorite – Male) – Awarded from 1950 to 1979
- Promoting International Understanding – Awarded from 1945 to 1964
- Best Cinematography – Motion Picture – Awarded from 1948 to 1953, in 1955 and in 1963.
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