Happy to see you, Mr Bond, is, sorry, we mean Mr Bodyguard. Richard Madden has come and looks smoothly in a tux. The actor (whose BBC hit is nominated in the Best TV Series – Drama category) has clearly picked up some styling tips from his latest GQ cover shoot. Seeing something other than shaking …
Jameela Jamil obviously got the Pantone note – she is wearing a strapless dress in this year's color "living coral". Previously, The Good Place actor tweeted a video of wearing jeans under the dress because, as she said, it is "forking cold".
Regina King can be nominated twice tonight (for Seven Seconds and If Beale Street can speak), but she is already winning in floor-length pink mirrors and sequins. She clearly knows how to pull off a showstoper like this, and keep everything else # finished-unused [insert audience applause here].
Every year, Glober named an ambassador who is also a daughter, or less often son, of an A-list star. The position was referred to as Miss or Mr Golden Globe, and has previously been filled with the offspring of Jamie Foxx, Jack Nicholson, Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Bacon and Andie MacDowell.
This year, Isan Elba, the 16-year-old daughter of Idris Elba, won a Golden Globe in 2012 for her role in Luther. Isan has been on the interview circuit this week, and the funniest tour that made her answer that her father was named People's Sexiest Man alive last year.
"It was quite uncomfortable," she told People. "I'm looking forward to seeing who it was this year, probably Michael B Jordan or something like that, but no, it was my dad … I handle it very well, but inside I'm broken out."
If the 2018 Golden Globe dress code was a blackout, 2019's female participants are so far chosen to show their solidarity in white. Co-host Sandra Oh and Jamie Lee Curtis have arrived wearing an asymmetrical ruffled dress and power-shouldered floor length dress respectively. We're in it. # The TimesUp movement is still sarcely present too – more guests have so far been seen on #TimesUp bracelets and ribbons.
For last year's ceremony, the participants decided to arrive wearing black as a way to celebrate the women who came up with # MeToo stories, but an actor, The Dog of Christmas star Blanca Blanco, received a whole lot of negative attention to wear one Red dress.
She recently talked to Hollywood Reporter about what happened next.
"I wanted to stand strong and I felt so honored to be there, but what happened after I went to the red carpet was crazy," she said. "Pictures of me went viral, I became a trending theme on Twitter, and I got the death risk and tons of hate mail.
I support #MeToo – it had nothing to do with not supporting the cause. It was amazing to see all the brave women come forward this past year. I take responsibility for wearing color while everyone else was black. "
There were some Ocean & # 39; s 8/11 / 12/13-style scammery this weekend, according to Variety as a rather innovative imposter managed to sneak into the W magazine's big Globes party on Friday.
Apparently he dressed in a black suit and waited for the elevator that would take participants up to the penthouse at the Chateau Marmont hotel. He proved to be safe, and he managed to get tickets from a number of actors, including Keegan Michael-Key. Chaos felt.
Remember what happened last, Lady Gaga won a Golden Globe? I mean, how could you forget it …
Last year's red carpet was dominated by talk of #MeToo and then celebrities dressed in black with Time & # 39; s Up pins attached. This year, it has been revealed that stars will have ribbons and / or bracelets to continue showing support for survivors of sexual abuse.
Here is a look from Arianne Phillips, costume designer and stylist who created the pins worn last year and continues to work on the cause:
A pretty surreal ad here closes what can be expected of the hosts Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg, who will hopefully lead to an equally unwanted evening.
76th time lucky
And then it starts again.
The 76th Golden Globes ceremony is just hours away from turning off this year's award ceremony season, and unlike the more soothing Oscar's, it can be a sprightly, often raucous evening. Alcohol is served aplenty, which leads to a looser atmosphere, and the host or hosts can usually insert more bold jabs.
The evening has few previous conclusions. It's a strange race this year with a number of possible competitors, but without a clear front runner. On the film side, Vice can lead with most nominations, but it loses steam with underwhelming box and, more importantly, lack of interest from critics. Could the Favorite create the comedy awards instead?
At the dramatic end, A Star Born feels like the more Globe-friendly choice to win, and Lady Gaga can see herself taking two prizes, for actress and singing.
Without Big Little Lies (coming back next year) and The Handmaid's Speech (which was deserved for its boring second season), the small screen trophies are likely to be scattered between Sharp Objects, The Marvelous Mrs Maisel and The Assassination of Gianni Versace.
What other excitement can the evening give? The hosts, Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg, have promised a "crazy pants" atmosphere so it can mean many things. We are going to be here with red carpet commentator and then full coverage of the ceremony and aftermath, so loosen the bowtie and stay tuned.