JOCELYN NOVECKAP National Writer
At the beginning of the Golden Globe Awards night, it was even more chaotic and confusing than usual. Co-host Tina Fey asked a theoretical question. “Is this one night an email?” Only the next three hours are known.
Well, sure, it could have been an email. But many shed tears as she explained that if Chadwick Boseman hadn’t had an eloquent widow, she wouldn’t be as eloquent as her deceased husband. Or, Jane Fonda made a sharp call to Hollywood about the lack of diversity the night her host was being attacked just for that. Or Chloe Zhao won the Best Director Award as the first woman of Asian descent (and the first woman since 1984).
Or 99-year-old Normanria gives the briefest explanation of his longevity. You never live or laugh alone. Or, eight years after Jodie Foster appeared very tentatively on the same television broadcast, he was happy to kiss his wife.
Of course, there are normal entanglement results and mysterious snabs, which complicate some spectacular zoom failures here. But then we had children and a dog. And they are adorable.
Will I be able to have children and dogs next year?
Some important moments of the first and preferably the last virtual globe night:
The night began under a cloud of embarrassing revelations about the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and its lack of inclusion. This includes the detrimental fact that 87 bodies have no black members. Fay and co-host Amy Poehler said, “Even stupid, inclusiveness is important.” Winners like Schitt’s Creek’s Daniel Levy and presenters like Sterling K. Brown do it. I referred. Jane Fonda made it her theme. A powerful speech that won the Cecil B. Demil Award. And the HFPA hastily pledged the change on stage. “We recognize that we have our own job. Our organization needs black journalists.”
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