2018 Golden Globes Best Of
We witnessed some precious moments at the 2018 Golden Globes a few days ago, so we decided to single out some of them.
Seth Meyer’s Joke About Harvey Weinstein
Seth Meyer’s opening monologue in which she mentioned the huge harassment scandal in Hollywood and also made a joke about dishonored movie producer Harvey Weinstein will certainly stick in people’s minds.
Keith Urban And Kelly Clarkson’s Duet
Furthermore, one of the beaming moments of the night was Keith Urban and Kelly Clarkson’s duet. They performed a song as an introduction of Best Score and even sang “And the Golden Globe goes to” before they gave an award to The Shape of Water.
Tommy Takes The Stage
No less striking moment of Sunday’s award show was when James Franco called Tommy Wiseau’s name to get hold of his Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy award for the Disaster Artist. The Room director took the stage as a duck takes to water.
Sterling K. Brown Tears
The Globes couldn’t pass without tears, and Sterling K. Brown brought them for the second time! He shed a tear while he was giving his acceptance speech for Best Actor in a Drama and thanked the creator of This Is Us, Dan Fogelman, saying the role he wrote was specifically for a black actor.
Thelma And Louise Together Again
Another touching moment which carried the nostalgia factor was the reunion of Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis on stage, since both of them starred in 1991’s Thelma and Louise, as all of us can remember.
Natalie Portman “all-male nominees”
As far as the Best Director category is concerned, Natalie Portman and Ron Howard were the ones to call out the award winner. They did this alternately, each saying an utterance, Howard saying: “We are honored to be here to present the award for best director” and Portman adding: “And here are the all-male nominees.”
Three Billboards Get’s Six Awards
Last but not least, Best Actress in a Drama award went to Frances McDormand for her role in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. Moreover, the movie received five more awards, including Best Drama Motion Picture.