Golden Globes 2023 ceremony summary: Award winners, movies and TV shows, reactions, afterparty
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80th Annual Golden Globes | Winners
- The night ends with a win by The Fabelmans, directed by Steven Speilberg, for Best Picture - Drama
The Banshees of Inisherin, secures its third win of the night with Best Picture - Musical and Comedy
- House of the Dragon wins Best Television Series in the Drama category
-Abbott Elementarywins Best Television Series in the Musical and Comedy category
- White Lotustakes home the Golden Globe for Best Limited or Anthology Series or Television Film
- Jennifer Coolidge wins for her role in the White Lotus
- Best Director goes to the beloved Steven Spielberg for The Fabelmans
- Martin McDonagh, the director of The Banshees of Inisherin wins the award for Best Screenplay.
- Best Non-English Language Film - Argentina, 1985
- Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture Drama - Cate Blanchett, Tar
- Carol Burnett Award, - Ryan Murphy
- Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture (Drama) - Austin Bulter, Elvis
- Best Animated Picture - Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio
- Best Performance by an Actor in a Comedy or Musical - Colin Farrell, The Banshees of Inisherin
- Best Performance by an Actress in a Comedy or Musical - Michelle Yeoh, Everything Everywhere All at Once.
-Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy - Jeremy Allen White, The Bear
- Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy - Quinta Brunson, Abbott Elementary
- Best Supporting Performance in a Television Series - Tyler James Williams, Abbott Elementary
- Angela Bassett (Black Panther) and Ke Huy Quan (Everything Everywhere All at Once) take home the awards for Best Supporting Performance in a Motion Picture
Eddie Murphy was happy to take a humorous swipe at Will Smith as the comedian and actor received the Cecil B. DeMille award, which is given by the HFPA to a person in the entertainment industry who has made “outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment.”
Good advice, Eddie!
A few reflections on the 80th Golden Globes
What an interesting night. The Golden Globes are long. Having to get through awards for both TV and film is hard... doing so in an amount of time when celebrities are drinking and mingling makes that task even harder.
Chole Flowers, the world-renowned pianist, was given the difficult task of playing music to inform winners that their time for speaking was up. Many addressed her directly, telling her to stop, at times, she would move into a quieter melody.
As a viewer, the night felt weird. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association failed objectively as an organization when years of racist, or in the most charitable light negligent, leadership led to no Black representation within the membership. Artists from marginalized backgrounds have fought for every centimeter of space they have made for themselves within the industry; the reporting made clear that there were still spaces under lock and key for many Black journalists following Hollywood.
After one year of revamping its governance structure and policies, the Hollywood Foreign Press Associations' time out is over. Jerrod Carmichael spoke about a continued sense of discomfort surrounding the HFPA in opening his monologue, saying, "I am your host, Jerrod Carmichael, and I will tell you why I am here -- I am here because I am Black."
"I won't say they were a racist organization, but they didn't have a single Black member until George Floyd died," remarked the host a little further in the set.
Carmichael's words cut through the falseness brought on by the spectacle, while also speaking to the rich passion that could be felt between actors, and writers, directors, and all those that make these productions possible.
The HFPA has taken steps to improve the diversity of its membership. Various oddly worded statistics were mentioned. But its continued engagement and learning that will show whether or not the HFPA is changed. The number of countries represented, the number of gay members, Black members, women, non-binary, and transgender members matter but far less than one would think. If the organization only seeks to make quotes and not distribute power, these "efforts" will have been for not. Its too soon to see what the HFPA learned from the boycott, and really, only time will tell.
That's a wrap on the 80th Golden Globe Awards.
Thanks for following along with us... for the next hour or so, we will bring you reactions to the event.
Best Picture - Drama
The final award of the night, Best Picture - Drama, and the award goes to... The Fabelmans.
Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy
And the award goes to...The Banshees of Inisherin
Selma Hayek jokes that there should be a category for Best Performance by an Animal...
Best Television Series - Drama
And the award goes to... House of the Dragon
Abbott Elementary wins its third award of the night
Of all shows, Abbott Elementary has won the greatest number of Golden Globes this evening... so far.
The show's creator Qunita Brunson noted that during these challenging times, she is happy that the show can bring a smile to people's faces.
Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy
And the award goes to... Abbott Elementary.
This is the third Golden Globe won by the show tonight.
Best Performance in a Television Series - Drama - Actor
Regina Hall is in the house and here to present the award for Best Performance in a Television Series - Drama - Actor.
And the award goes to...Kevin Costner.
Costner is sheltering in placein Santa Barbara because of the storm hitting California.
What awards still need to be announced?
1. Best Motion Picture - Drama
2. Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy
4. Best Television Series - Drama
5. Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy
6. Best Performance in a Television Series – Drama - Actor
We are entering the final stretch...
For those keeping count at home, two jokes about Will Smith's Oscar slap have been made tonight.
Cecil B. DeMille Award goes to Eddie Murphy
Tracy Morgan presented the Cecil B. DeMille Award to actor Eddy Murphy to celebrate his long career in the industry.
The father of ten has been making movies that have kept us all laughing for decades, and this award is an owe to all of that passion.
Then, Jamie Lee Curtis joined Morgan to congratulate the comedian.
Best Limited or Anthology Series or Television Film
And the award goes to... The White Lotus
Best Performance in a Limited or Anthology Series or Television Film - Actor
And the award goes to... Evan Peters – Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story
This is the first Golden Globe for Peters.
Best Performance in a Limited or Anthology Series or Television Film
And the award goes to... Amanda Seyfried – The Dropout
Award Count - Which shows and movies have won the most Golden Globes?
TV Shows - Number of Wins
Abbott Elementary - 2
Black Bird - 1
Ozark - 1
Euphoria - 1
The Bear - 1
White Lotus - 1
Everything Everywhere All at Once - 2
The Banshees of Inisherin - 2
Argentina, 1985 - 1
Babylon - 1
Black Panther - 1
Elvis - 1
Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio - 1
Tar - 1
The Fabelmans - 1
Best Supporting Performance in a Limited or Anthology Series or Television Film - Actress
And the award goes to... Jennifer Coolidge!
After winning the Primetime Emmy for her role in the White Lotus, this is her first Golden Globe win.
Best Supporting Performance in a Limited or Anthology Series or Television Film - Actor
And the award goes to...Paul Walter Hauser – Black Bird (Apple TV+) as Larry Hall
And the award goes to... Steven Spielberg – The Fabelmans.
This is Spielberg's eighth Golden Globe win.
The Fabelmans tells the director his own story, and he tells us it is one that has been with him waiting to be told.
Hillary Swank will present the award for Best Screenplay.
And the award goes to... Martin McDonagh – The Banshees of Inisherin
Sean Penn enters the stage and introduces Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to speak to the audience.
Best Non-English Language Film
And the award goes to... Argentina, 1985
Best Performance in a Motion Picture - Drama - Actress
And the award goes to... Cate Blanchett – Tár as Lydia Tár.
Cate Blanchett is on production in the UK and could not make it to the ceremony.
Ryan Murphy wins the Ryan Murphy Cecil B. DeMille Award
Billy Porter presents the Cecil B. DeMille Award to Ryan Murphy, the writer, director, and producer.
A man who has told scary stories, heartwarming stories, and imaginative stories that demand to be told.
"In Ryan's work the marginalized become the heroes."
In accepting the award, Murphy began by recognizing Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, who won the award for Best Performance in a Television Series – Drama last year; MJ is the first transgender woman to win a Golden Globe.
Then, Murphy congratulated the work of Billy Porter, who has made his mark on the film and fashion industry.
Niecy Nash, Jeremy Pope, and Matt Bomer also got a shoutout for their work as LGBTQ+ icons who never let expectations stay in the closet keep them in it.
Murphy closed the speech by speaking directly to young gay, queer, and transgender children who want to follow their dreams. "Use them [Porter, Bomber, Nash, Pope] as your north star," advised the director.
Which shows and movies have won the most awards so far?
Everything Everywhere All at Once - 2
Babylon - 1
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever - 1
Elvis - 1
The Banshees of Inisherin - 1
Abbott Elementary - 2
Euphoria - 1
Ozark - 1
The Bear - 1
Best Supporting Performance in a Television Series – Musical-Comedy or Drama - Actress
And the award goes to....Julia Garner – Ozark (Netflix) as Ruth Langmore
Best Performance in a Television Series - Drama - Actress
And the award goes to... Zendaya!
Zendaya did not make it to the awards.
Austin Butler has locked in Elvis' accent
For those who do not know... Austin Bulter is not from the south but it seems his accent from Elvis may have stuck with him.
Best Performance in a Motion Picture - Drama - Actor
And the award goes to... Austin Butler (Elvis)
Best Animated Motion Picture
Claire Danes presents the award for Best Animated Picture.
And the award goes to... Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio
Chloe Flowers, the pianist this evening is getting some harsh words from winners who refuse to listen to her queue to stop talking...
Michelle Yeoh wins for her role in Everything Everywhere All at Once
I am just gonna stand here and take this all in."
Best Performance in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy - Actress
And the award goes to... Michelle Yeoh – Everything Everywhere All at Once as Evelyn Quan Wang.
This is the second win for the film tonight.
Yeoh reflects on her forty years in the industry and the racism that she felt as a minority, and the agism she faced as she got older. The actress thanked all those involved with Everything Everywhere All at Once, who gave her another chance to show what she is made of.
Best Performance in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy - Actor
Ana de Arms will present the award for Best Performance in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy - Actor.
And the award goes to... Colin Farrell – The Banshees of Inisherin as Pádraic Súilleabháin.
Qunita's win is the second for Abbott Elementary this evening.The show was the actress' vision and creation, and has become a favorite across the world.
Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy
And the award goes to... Quinta Brunson – Abbott Elementary (ABC) as Janine Teagues
Best Performance in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy - Actor
and the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy goes to.... Jeremy Allen White – The Bear as Carmen "Carmy" Berzatto
Best Original Song
Ortega is back to present the award for Best Original Song in a Motion Picture.
And the award goes to... "Naatu Naatu" (M. M. Keeravani, Kaala Bhairava, and Rahul Sipligunj) – RRR
This is the third win for Justin Hurwitz, who secured the win through his work on the film Babylon.
Best Original Score
The next presenter is Jenna Ortega from Netflix's Wednesday.
The nominee herself will be presenting the award for Best Orignal Score.
And the award goes to.... Justin Hurwitz – Babylon
The win by Tyler James Williams marks the first win of the night for Abbott Elementary, which is the most nominated television program at the 80th Golden Globes.
Best Supporting Performance in a Television Series - Musical-Comedy or Drama - Supporting Actor
Jennifer Coolidge has been talking about how she didn't want to present for a good two minutes... the award she will be presenting is Best Supporting Performance in a Television Series - Musical-Comedy or Drama - Supporting Actor...
And the award goes to...Tyler James Williams – Abbott Elementary (ABC) as Gregory Eddie
The next presenter, welcomed to the stage by Carmichael, is Jennifer Cooliage.
How many Golden Globes has Angela Bassett win?
This is the second Golden Globe win for Angela Bassett. The first was won for her role in Whats Love Got To Do With It.
During her acceptance speech, Bassett paid tribute to the original Black Pather, Chadwick Boseman who sadly died of cancer in 2021.
Best Supporting Performance in a Motion Picture - Supporting Actress
And the award goes to... Angela Bassett – Black Panther: Wakanda Forever as Queen Ramonda
Ke Huy Quan gives an emotional speech
Quan, thanks those who helped him start his career, giving a personal shoutout to director Steven Speilberg. Speilberg returned the love blowing the actor a kiss.
Best Supporting Performance in a Motion Picture - Supporting Actor
And the award goes to.... Ke Huy Quan – Everything Everywhere All at Once as Waymond Wang.
Jennifer Hudson is the first presenter of the night and will deliver the award for Best Supporting Performance in a Motion Picture - Supporting Actor
"I am here because I am Black," says Carmichael.
The comedian uses his monologue by explaining why it that he decided to take the gig after the Hollywood Foreign Press Association had come under criticism for having no Black members.
The organization had said that Carmichael would have to have a meeting with the president, and he recounts his ambivalence and his refusal. "They haven't had a Black host in 79 years, they aren't going to fire me."
Jerrod Carmichael, the host of tonight's event, welcomes the audience to the 80th annual Golden Globes.
Let's settle in... the show begins now
Less than ten minutes to show time...
In late 2022, broadcasting from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California Mayan Lopez and Selenis Leyva of the new NBC comedy series ‘Lopez vs. Lopez’ joined HFPA president Helen Hoehne to announce the five nominees for each of the 27 award categories.
Voting for the nominees was given a makeover this year, with 103 international voters joining the 96 members for the first time to decide which actors, directors and works would be shortlisted for the Golden Globe Awards. The more diverse selection group was in response to criticism that the HFPA received last year that saw the awards ceremony boycotted even by its longtime broadcaster NBC.
Babylon Director Damien Chazelle arrives at the Golden Globes
Director Damien Chazelle has arrived on the red carpet. While Chazelle was not nominated for Best Director, his film Babylon has been nominated for Best Picture in the drama category.
Chazelle is wearing a brown suit, one of the many who decided against the traditional black.
Jenna Ortega rocks the red carpet
The star who stole our hearts in Netflix's Wednesday has arrived at the 80th Golden Globes.
Wednesday has shattered streaming records, and a second season has just been confirmed. The show has been nominated for Best Show - Musical/Comedy, and Ortega has snagged a nomination for Best Actress for her portrayal as Wednesday.
NBC's 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards - Red Carpet
Supermodel Heidi Klum has brought some sparkle to the red carpet. The stars are continuing to role into the red carpet...
Brendan Fraser has been nominated for his role inThe Whale, but the actor has made it clear that he will not be in attendance.
Before the Golden Globes nominations were announced, the actor said for the cover story of the November issue of GQ that he had no intention of participating if recognized. Unlike many others who seem to be able to forgive the misdeeds of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, Fraser has decided to stand true to his principles.
For more on what motivated this decision, read our full coverage.
The annual Golden Globes, established to honor the best in film and TV across the past year, are one of the world’s most well-known red-carpet event in the world. Founded in 1944, the awards ceremony run by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) has faced its fair share of controversy that boils down to one main issue: diversity.
For more on what led Hollywood icons to stage a historic boycott of the event last year, check out full coverage by Reem Abdalazem.
A new generation on new media hit the Golden Globes
Tik Tokers like Josh Richards have been spotted on the red carpet, representing a new generation that is only beginning to make its mark on the media industry.
Hollywood has struggled to adapt to the new media environment where apps like Tik Tok and YouTube are democratizing access to eyes. When money can be made with smaller budgets on a much shorter timeline, the film industry has had to make changes to stay profitable. Many actors have started to open up about how this has impacted their salaries, but also the types of projects they are being offered.
On a recent episode of Hot Ones, actor Matt Damon said that what makes money these days are remakes and sequels, which is where production companies are focusing their efforts. However, for viewers looking for the next best Hollywood classic, these types of movies often do not meet those expectations.
How exactly the industry will move forward remains to be seen... but Gen-Z is likely to take part in that transition.
Which film is likely to take home the award for Best Drama?
Typically there are differences between films selected by critics and industry insiders and favorites among the general public. This year, You Gov conducted a poll that found that in the Best Picture - Drama category, there are differences in opinion between fans of the Golden Globes and the general public.
Those who are likely to watch prefer "Avatar: Way of Water" over "Top Gun: Maverick," while the inverse is true when looking at the broader population. Whether either of the films will take home, the award is an open question considering that other films like Tar and The Fabelmans received more praise from critics.
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Golden Globes come as Los Angeles is battered by major storm
Preparations for the 80th Golden Globes have been complicated slightly by the atmospheric river that continues to barrel down over California.
Lucky for event planners and attendees, it looks as though the rain may just stay away this evening, ensuring a much more comfortable red carpet. Southern California has faced fewer deadly impacts of the storm but could see some action this weekend as more rain is expected.
Looking for a guide on how to watch the 80th Golden Globes this evening? Check out our full coverage for details.
The event will begin at 5 p.m. PT/ 8 p.m. ET from the red carpet in Los Angeles which has been dealing with historic rains.
Who is Jerrod Carmichael? | The host of the 80th Golden Globes
Comedian, actor, and writer Jerrod Carmichael will host this evening event.
In an interview with Jimmy Fallon, Carmichael spoke about his excitement when he received the call asking him to host the 80th Golden Globes. However, the comedian also joked that after realizing that he would need to work with NBC’s marketing team, the eagerness began to dissipate.
For more on the work of Carmichael, check out our full coverage.
Welcome to AS USA's live blog following the 80th Golden Globes
After a one-year hiatus, the Golden Globes, hosted by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) are back in their traditional form.
Last year, investigative journalists from the Los Angeles Times uncovered corruption and discriminatory practices within the HFPA, in addition to the finding that the organization had no Black members. This reporting led to an industry-wide boycott of the ceremony, which led NBC to pull their live coverage of the event.
After a year of making changes to the governance structure of the HFPA, actors, directors, and other Hollywood big leagues have opted to return.
We will be bringing you the latest from the red carpet, and as the show really gets started, commentary on the winners, performances, and memorable moments.