When the Golden Globes returned to NBC on Tuesday night after last year’s telecast was canceled amid concerns about the organization that awards the awards, it was an open question whether Hollywood’s biggest stars would return. He did a lot, which in many respects made the evening feel like a return to performances of the past.
But there wasn’t a handful of winning actors and actresses to get their awards.
Cate Blanchett, who won for her role as the deft conductor in “Tár,” wasn’t on hand to accept the Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama. It was said to be filming in Britain. Amanda Seyfried, who won for her portrayal of failed biotech founder Elizabeth Holmes in The Dropout, couldn’t accept her award. She is said to be working on a new musical.
Kevin Costner couldn’t pick up his statuette for Best Actor in a TV Drama Series for “Yellowstone” for another reason: He was banned from He drives to Beverly Hills from his home In Santa Barbara due to severe rainstorms and floods that hit California. Approximately 50,000 residents across the state of California have it Receive evacuation ordersAt least 17 people have died since December.
“Now that’s a sad story,” said Regina Hall, who accepted his award, with a laugh. “He’s stuck in Santa Barbara. Let’s pray, everyone.”
Zendaya, who plays a troubled teen in “Euphoria,” won best actress in a TV series, drama, and was also absent from the awards show. The actress apologized via Instagram for not being able to attend, thanked the Golden Globes and shared her admiration for her fellow nominees.
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