Golden Globes on the way as Angela Bassett among early winners – live


Golden Globes 2023: stars walk the red carpet

The Golden Globes are back, a year after Hollywood boycotted the ceremony following a diversity scandal.

Awards body, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), was accused in a Los Angeles Times exposing a lack of diversity in its voting membership — at the time it had no black member — as well as “ethical flaws” in its business conduct.

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For 2023, the HFPA has expanded its membership and enforced what has been described as a strict code of conduct among voters, leading to the endorsement of many celebrities, who have decided to attend the next ceremony.

Comedian Jerrod Carmichael will host the event, which will again be shown on NBC. Nominees including Austin Butler, Colin Farrell and Jamie Lee Curtis are in attendance with films Elvis, The Banshees of Inisherin and Everything everywhere at once all compete for the grand prize.

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Leading are the nominations for TV shows Abbot Elementary School, Only kills in the building and The crown.

The Golden Globes will air live in the US at 8pm on NBC on Tuesday, January 10 and at 1am GMT in the UK on Peacock via Sky and NOW on Wednesday, January 11.

Follow along with all the live updates from the ceremony below


Thank goodness for Colin Farrell

Colin Farrell’s fearless performance as the naive Pádraic in the dark comedy The Banshees of Inisherin earned him a well-deserved win for Best Actor – Motion Picture, Musical/Comedy.

Inga ParkelJanuary 11, 2023 02:05 AM


Quinta Brunson continues the ‘Black girl magic’

After being turned down at the 2022 Emmys for starring as big-hearted teacher Janine Teagues in Abbot Elementary SchoolQuinta Brunson was finally recognized tonight for Best Television Actress – Musical/Comedy Series.


Inga ParkelJanuary 11, 2023 1:55 AM


Jeremy Allen White gets his first Golden Globe

It was a fierce battle for this year’s Best Television Actor – Musical/Comedy Series, but The bear‘s Jeremy Allen White eventually pulled out the win.

White stars as the troubled chef Carmen in the true-to-life, terrifying series about the service industry.

Jeremy Allen White as Carmen Berzatto in FX’s ‘The Bear’

(YouTube/FX Networks)

Inga ParkelJanuary 11, 2023 1:51 AM


Foreign language film RRR wins Best Song

RRR took his first win, Best Song – Motion Picture, of the night with the featured song “Naatu Naatu”.

The Indian action film has also been nominated for Best ForeignBest Picture – Non-English Language.

Inga ParkelJanuary 11, 2023 1:45 AM


Now is the time to start listening to Babylon’s music score

Film composer Justin Hurwitz has won his fourth Golden Globe in the Best Score – Motion Picture category for his music in Damien Chazelle’s ritzy Babylon.


Inga ParkelJanuary 11, 2023 1:38 AM


Jessica Chastain enforces Covid precautions on the red carpet

While Covid precautions have been eased, Jessica Chastain is not taking any chances. Tonight, she appeared at the event wearing a mesh face mask with silver sequins.

(Getty Images)

The actor was nominated for a Golden Globe for her role in ‘George & Tammy’

Inga ParkelJanuary 11, 2023 1:36 AM


Tyler James Williams first Golden Globe winner

Congratulations to Tyler James Williams on his first nomination and first win over his shy Gregory Eddie Abbot Elementary School.

Do I smell a possible sweep for the iconic sitcom?


Inga ParkelJanuary 11, 2023 1:32 AM


Jerrod Carmichael apologizes to Jennifer Coolidge on behalf of ‘all gays’

Jerrod Carmichael introduced electric host Jennifer Coolidge on stage and jokingly apologized on behalf of “all gays” for her white lotus the character’s unfortunate demise.

Coolidge later referenced her ditsy Tanya’s death in the second season, which came after she accidentally fell overboard.

Jennifer Coolidge in the second season of ‘The White Lotus’


Inga ParkelJanuary 11, 2023 01:28


Angela Bassett is two for two

Angela Bassett officially has a perfect Golden Globe score. She won the Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture award for her role in Black Panther: Wakanda Forevermarking her second win for her second nomination.

She reflected on her first win in 1994 for her breathtaking performance alongside Tina Turner in What Does Love Have To Do With It.

Angela Bassett in ‘Wakanda Forever’

(© 2022 MARVEL.)

“We showed the world what black unity, leadership and love look like,” said the “Black Panther” star

Inga ParkelJanuary 11, 2023 01:17


Ke Huy Quan is the first winner of the evening!

Ke Huy Quan is the first win of the night and earns Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture for his role as the heartwarming Waymond Wong in Everything everywhere at once.

Ke Huy Quan in ‘Everything and everywhere at once’


Inga ParkelJanuary 11, 2023 01:13