Ah, the Golden Globes.
There’s nothing like that night in January when the worlds of film and TV collide under one roof, a magical place with champagne flowing freely and literally anything can happen. and we mean Anything,
For example, this year will certainly be yes—phenomenal. Amid criticism from the Hollywood foreign press and rising cases of the coronavirus, the ceremony will not be broadcast and there will be no spectators or the red carpet. So, for the first time in the annual party’s more than 75-year history, no winner will surprise us with a delightfully drunk acceptance speech or a red carpet arrival-stopping show that leaves our jaws on the floor.
I wish it was worth a look at all the madness that came our way. From missing winners to drunk presents, from confusing speeches to taking a dip in the pool, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s annual party has been the epicenter for one wild moment after another.