The Golden Globes, hosted by Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh, aired on January 6. The winner in the drama category was ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ and Queen, as ever, is in great company. Here’s a complete list of the winners. That’s a long list, right? At Likewise, as always, we try to simplify your life: to make the most of the years’ best in entertainment, check out our short lists of winning movies and shows . You can add them to your to-do list on the app.
Now here are the top moments of the Golden Globes:
- Sandra Oh looked magnificent in a plunge-necked red gown. She acknowledged the cast of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ and then made a hilarious “Asian mom face” (a blank expression) when faced with their child’s artistic achievements. The camera cut to Oh’s mom in the audience, and sure enough , the “mom face” was in place. But Mrs. Oh cracked a huge smile when her daughter won the Globe for her work on ‘Killing Eve.’ Maybe her mom face was an example of her own acting prowess. The Ohs are adorbs.
- Idris Elba introduced his daughter, Issan, Miss Golden Globes 2019. Issan has inherited her share of dishiness from her famously dishy dad.
- The red carpet was super fun. Sheers, tulle, velvet, color – a veritable circus. Lovely.
- Emily Blunt and Dick Van Dyke introduced ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ together, and Dick Van Dyke joked about his reaction to seeing Carol Burnett in the audience. “My God, I know her,” he quipped, in reference to their mutual advanced years in a sea of young folks. Here’s more of the legendary actor’s legendary charm.
- Oliva Colman made the sweetest, funniest, and second-least appropriate speech of the night. (The least appropriate was Christian Bale’s).
- When ‘Green Book’ won Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical, the children of director Peter Farrelly snuck up on stage and lurked in the background. Bonus joke: their names are Bob and Apple, so they sound like a vintage Halloween activity.
- Brian May and Roger Taylor of Queen attended in support of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’: All in all, May is having an extraordinary year.