Published: Thu, January 10, 2019
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

Lady Gaga cuddles Golden Globe in bed

Lady Gaga cuddles Golden Globe in bed

"Thank you HFPA (Hollywood Foreign Press Association, organization behind the Globes), we are beyond grateful".

Lady Gaga ended her Golden Globes night on a very sweet note.

Paul Drinkwater/NBC Universal/Handout via REUTERS Glenn Close, victor of Best Actress - Motion Picture, Drama, accepts her award.

The movie also took home awards for Best Screenplay and Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, for Mahershala Ali's performance as jazz pianist Don Shirley.

It's awards show season, which means it's time for the things I love to be completely overlooked once again.

Lady Gaga lost the coveted best actress trophy to veteran Glenn Close for her role in The Wife but the singer, sporting blue hair and a lavender gown, captured most of the social media buzz, according to Twitter and Facebook.

"Bohemian Rhapsody" was not well-received by critics, who pointed out its factual inaccuracies and music biopic trappings, but resonated with audiences (it's made over $743 million worldwide to date), and its awards profile is growing.

The award for the Best Director went to Alfonso Cuaron for his role in the Netflix feature film Roma. "Green Book", meanwhile, went from winning the audience award at the Toronto International Film Festival to being scrutinized for its racial politics. "Right now, this moment is real".

THE Golden Globes gave Queen musical "Bohemian Rhapsody" its top prize on Sunday in an unexpected victory over romance "A Star is Born", and named 1960s segregation-era roadtrip "Green Book" the best comedy or musical film. And I see you.

In contrast to the political barbs, often directed at U.S. President Donald Trump, that have marked recent awards shows, Sunday's Golden Globes had a more positive vibe.

The Golden Globe Awards looked like it had gone entirely back to frothy, bubbly business as usual, until Regina King did the impossible: She got the orchestra to stop playing her off.

He may have been left at home the night of the Golden Globes, but it was hardly a case of "out of sight, out of mind".

British actress Olivia Colman was a victor for bawdy historical romp "The Favourite".

Gaga and her co-writers Andrew Wyatt, Anthony Rossomando and Mark Ronson won for Best Original Song for "Shallow" from A Star Is Born.

In television, the big winners were Cold War spy thriller "The Americans", new comedy "The Kominsky Method", and limited series "The Assassination of Gianni Versace".

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