Golden Globes 2020: How to live-stream the show and watch on TV; red carpet updates – The Washington Post, The Washington Post

Golden Globes 2020: How to live-stream the show and watch on TV; red carpet updates – The Washington Post, The Washington Post

  • Succession wins best TV drama
  • Ricky Gervais earns many viral reaction shots with monologuePhoebe Waller-Bridge, Ramy Youssef and Russell Crowe among early acting winners

More about the Golden Globes:

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“Succession” wins best drama series ********“It’s a team sho w, ”showrunner Jesse Armstrong said, accepting the award on behalf of his large (and towering, in the case of actor Nicholas Braun) cast. “If you’ve ever appeared on the call sheet or titles of‘ Succession, ’congratulations. We’ve won a Golden Globe. ”

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Stellan Skarsgard wins best supporting actor in a limited series or TV movie for HBO’s “Chernobyl”

I was so sure I was not going to win, I already thanked everyone… I should thank one person , “Skarsgard said, before thanking the show’s makeup designer Daniel Parker for fashioning a pair of eyebrows for him – a feature he otherwise lacks.

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Russell Crowe wins best actor in a limited series or TV movie for “The Loudest Voice”

Presenter Jennifer Aniston said that the Australian actor was at home “protecting his family from devastating bushfires,” but read aloud from a statement Crowe sent.

“Make no mistake,” the statement began. “The tragedy unfolding in Australia is climate change-based. We need to act based on science, move our global workforce to renewable energy and respect our planet for the unique and amazing place it is. That way, we all have a future. Thank you. ”


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********** Ramy Youssef wins best actor in a TV series, musical or comedy for Hulu’s “Ramy”

This is the first win for Youssef, whose

“I would like to thank my god,” he began, in a cheeky reference to host and noted atheist Ricky Gervais telling actors to quickly thank their agents and their deity of choice in their acceptance speeches. “Allahu Akbar.”

Youssef poked some fun at himself, too. “I know you guys haven’t seen my show,” he said, looking down at the glamorous audience. “Everyone is like,‘ is this an editor? ’” Jokes aside, Youssef thanked the Hollywood Foreign Press for recognizing his very personal project. “We made a very specific show about an Arab Muslim family living in New Jersey and this means a lot to be recognized in this way.”

There was one last joke, though. His mom had been rooting for Michael Douglas, nominated for “The Kominsky Method.” “Egyptians love Michael Douglas,” he joked.

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Ricky Gervais returns as host, and so do his scathing jokes All week long, NBC has been pushing the idea that Gervais’s return as Golden Globes host would be unpredictable. He delivered via a series of jokes that took direct aim at the actors and producers assembled in the Beverly Hilton.

Gervais tried to prep the audience for the roast telling them he did care, this would be his last time as Globes host and “remember they’re just jokes. We’re all gonna die soon and there’s no sequel. ”

Here’s a sampling of how he started off the show:- “Kevin Hart was fired from the Oscars for some offensive tweets. Hello, ”he said, referencing himself. “Lucky for me the Hollywood Foreign Press can barely speak English and they have no idea what Twitter is. I’ve been offered this gig by fax. ”-“ I came here in a limo tonight and the license plate was made by Felicity Huffman. ”- “Talking to all you perverts, it was a big year… ‘Surviving R. Kelly,’ ‘Leaving Neverland,’ ‘Two Popes.’”

– “Noting the long running time of ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood,’” Gervais added “Leonardo DiCaprio attended the premiere of the movie, by the end his date was too old for him. Even Prince Andrew was like ‘come on man, you’re nearly 56 ” – “Leonardo DiCaprio attended the premiere of the movie, by the end his date was too old for him. Even Prince Andrew was like ‘come on man, you’re nearly 56 ”************************************

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Brad Pitt interviewed by E! immediately before show begins

Pitt, nominated for his supporting role in “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” told Ryan Seacrest that director Quentin Tarantino’s films “leave such a mark. ”

“ You know it’s going to be something special, He said of why he took the role. “And to know Quentin’s love for the industry, the history of the industry, this city, and to see that this film was addressing that.”

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Gwyneth Paltrow reminds everyone that she runs Goop

Netflix’s “The Politician” is up for best musical or comedy series tonight, and star Gwyneth Paltrow said she accepted the role of Ben Platt’s mother because she is “married to the writer.” (That’s co-creator and executive producer Brad Falchu k, whom she previously worked with on “Glee.”) This is notable because, in her words, she’s semiretired from acting.

“I have a company that I do,” Paltrow added. Wink wink.


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Scarlett Johansson explains why viewers love the depressing “Marriage Story”

There is no question that “Marriage Story” is… not a fun movie. But when asked on the HFPA red carpet why the film’s divorce story is also a love story, Johansson was ready. “What’s so touching about this story… is that it really celebrates the love that remains between two people who have spent 10 years together and have a beautiful child, ”she said. Johansson added that it’s easy to look at divorce as failure, when really, it could also be a celebration of the time people spend together. “I think that’s why audiences are so moved by it.”

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Awkwafina arrives to her first-ever Golden Globes*** Awkwafina, nominated for her lead role in “The Farewell,” Ryan Seacrest told that she was able to make the jump from comedy to drama because of how much she related to her character. She plays a fictionalized version of writer-director Lulu Wang, a Chinese American woman who flew to China to say goodbye to her terminally ill grandmother, who was unaware of her diagnosis.“It wasn’t a professional confidence – it was more, like, my whole life, ”Awkwafina said. “I feel this character. I feel what she’s going through. I relate to it. And the beauty about that is that a lot of people did relate to it. ”

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**************** January 5, (at 7: PM ESTJennifer L.opez doesn’t use stunt doubles

Lopez is up for best supporting actress for her role in “Hustlers,” a movie about strippers turned schemers for which she performed an elaborate and athletic pole dance. “I was like, please get a close-up of my face,” she told Seacrest, “to make sure they know that it’s me and that it’s not a stunt double!”

Her partner, Alex Rodriguez, chimed in with a bit of cheekiness. “The one great benefit was having a pole in our master bedroom for six months,” he added. “She practiced, and it shows.”

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It doesn’t matter what you do, as Seacrest learned on Sunday’s red carpet. Washington and Aniston embraced and showered each other with compliments. And honestly, they probably could have interviewed each other; they have a lot to talk about. For one, both actresses recently collaborated with Reese Witherspoon: Washington is set to star in her upcoming Hulu adaptation of “Little Fires Everywhere”; and Aniston stars alongside Witherspoon (and is also her co-producer) on “The Morning Show.”**********************************

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Brad Pitt interrupts Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon******************“Big Little Lies” co-stars Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon were in the middle of gushing over each other’s talents on the HFPA red carpet show (Kidman also noted that Witherspoon’s eyes looked “particularly blue today” ), when all of a sudden, the crowd erupted as Brad Pitt took the re d carpet. Pitt suddenly arrived on camera and Keith Urban, Kidman’s husband, quickly moved aside for the movie star. Kidman and Witherspoon also took that as a sign to exit the interview, but not before Kidman also raved about Pitt: “You’re so good. You are SO good. ”

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Sofia Vergara says goodbye to “Modern Family” After Ryan Seacrest asked about the series ending, Vergara said she “took every opportunity that I could” throughout its seasons to take in how special the project was.

“How many times does an actor get to experience a show l ike that? ”the star continued. “It’s gone, it’s done, but I’m glad I enjoyed it and I milked it.”**********************

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Ava DuVernay finds an upside to her Golden Globes snub

DuVernay’s acclaimed Netflix series received several Critics’ Choice Award nominations and won two Emmys, but was totally shut out by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

The director and writer, noting the current global political turmoil, tweeted “I Don’t have to juggle getting into hair, makeup gown while researching, reading and worrying about [impending] war. Also: easier to block trolls without newly manicured nails. Thanks, HFPA. This is a win win! ”


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And Porter, up for best actor in a TV drama, may have to stand tonight. He already won an Emmy for his role on Ryan Murphy’s groundbreaking FX series.

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Ricky Gervais jokes Golden Globes gig ruined his Christmas

After admitting he has no idea why he accepted the job again, the comedian said he spent the holidays writing jokes. “I cannot wait for this to be over. Like the audience, ”he joked, before saying he’ll definitely have a“ frothy beverage ”and“ do the same old thing I always do. I just hope they’re more used to it now. ”Need a refresher on what he“ always ”does? As he put it, “I say awful things to [celebrities’] faces and see what happens.”************************

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Andrew Scott (aka “Fleabag’s” Hot Priest) says he and Phoebe Waller-Bridge will work together again

Giuliana Rancic caught up with the “Fleabag” fan favorite, who had effusive praise for Waller-Bridge , his co-star and creator of the Amazon Prime dramedy. “She is the best, best person,” he told Rancic. “I think that’s why people love the show. They can see her vulnerability. ”But the interview couldn’t end before Rancic’s colleague Ryan Seacrest interjected to tell Scott how much he loves the show, which

********************************** ended after its acclaimed second season

January 5, at 5: 50 PM EST******************* (How to live-stream the show and watch on TV

January 5, ******************************************************************************* (5): 45 PM EST Frequently asked questions

What time will the show be over ?:Typically around (pm) ***************

Who is the host ?:Comedian Ricky Gervais is back for his fifth stint as host. Think he’ll say anything (controversial) ************************? ****************Who is going to win ?:Netflix could have a huge night, as the streaming servi ce boasts two front-runners: “Marriage Story,”

which have four noms each, though they’re tied with HBO’s surprise hit (“Chernobyl.”) ************************************Red carpet:At 6 pm, E! airs “Live From the Red Carpet” hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic, while the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will stream its red carpet show on Facebook (**************************. NBC is skipping a pre-show this year to broadcast the Seattle Seahawks-Philadelphia Eagles playoff game, which will hopefully end on time.

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