The Golden Globes This year will be a “private” affair.
Since the NBC announcement, questions about the glossy awards ceremony have been swirling It will not broadcast awards In light of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) scandal, it looked surprising Absence of black voters.
The Controversy The lack of nominations for black talent in 2021 arose alarmingly.
Now, when the winners are announced on Sunday, HFPA has announced that there will be no live broadcast.
“This year’s event will be a private event and will not be broadcast live,” the organization said Said On Twitter on Thursday. “We provide real-time announcements of winners on the Golden Globes website and on our social media.”
The announcement of the candidates was broadcast live on YouTube on December 13.
Despite the low profile this year, the recommendations are full of stars.
A few color actors were nominated this year, including Will Smith, Denzel Washington, Haryana Depos, Cynthia Erivo, Anthony Ramos, Lee Jung-jai et al.
Jennifer Hudson, Beyonc And Lynn-Manuel Miranda each received nominations for musical contributions to the film this season.
Color is not recommended for many categories, however, Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama, Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture, Best Supporting Actress in a Television – and many more.
News broke a few days ago that there would be no celebrities as usual at the event.
Said Variety None of the celebrities picked up HFPA on their offer To deliver at the event, the organization approaches several advertising agencies and inquires about talent.
It remains to be seen how the “personal” live event will unfold, as well as the attendance of nominees and winners.
Fox News has approached the Golden Globes for further feedback.
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