The awards season has just begun with the 74th Golden Globe Awards being held in Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California.
Most of the stars of the show business attended the glamorous event which was hosted by the actor and talk show host Jimmy Fallon who made the night even more special with his funny jokes that kept the guests very entertained.
The nominations were announced on December 12 by Anna Kendrick, Don Cheadle and Laura Dern.
La La Land dominated the ceremony by winning all the 7 awards that it was nominated for, becoming the most winning film in the history of the golden globe awards including:
Best director, screenplay, motion picture musical or comedy, score and best original song “city of stars” as well as its co-stars Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling won best actress and actor in a musical or comedy category.
Emma Stone went viral not only because she won but because of the awkward moment she had when she was about to hug Damien Chazelle to congratulate him for winning best director who turned away from the star to hug his girl friend leaving Emma hanging.
But her co-star Ryan Gosling captured the hearts of the fans not only by his good looks and charm but also by his amazing acceptance speech as he paid tribute to his wife Eva Mendes who’s pregnant with their second child for the work she did at home while he was working on this movie.
He also, dedicated the award to his wife’s late brother who passed away after a long battle against cancer.
And we can’t mention acceptance speeches and not talk about Meryl Streep who was honored at the awards for a life time of notable work, the star took this chance to criticize the US president Donald Trump for mocking a disabled reporter who has a condition that affects his joints movement.
Then she closed her speech with a quote from her late friend Carrie Fisher “Take your broken heart, make it into art”
In the TV category, it was a golden night for British TV as the night manager and the crown won most of the top awards.
Briefly, the night was magical enough to keep us excited for the next awards, especially the “Oscars” the biggest one of them.