Golden Globes: Who Won Big

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Golden Globes: Who Won Big

Riley Filler

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Sunday night was the Golden Globes, which is the beginning of award season and shows us the movies that made the biggest impact this year. There were many actors/actresses in attendance, but there were only a few that won big.

“Bohemian Rhapsody” was a big winner, to no surprise. The film won the best drama film and Rami Malek won best actor for his portrayal as Freddie Mercury. These were the two Golden Globes the film was nominated for.

Glenn Close beat out Lady Gaga for best actress for her role in “The Wife.” This came as a surprise for many Gaga fans and fans of the film, “A Star Is Born.” Despite her loss, Gaga won Best Original Song with the song “Shallow.”

The hostess of the night, Sandra Oh, won big too. She not only won a Golden Globe of her own but also shed a light on the diversity of the actors in the room. She spoke about the change in the film industry and how the Asian people were better represented this past year through films like Crazy Rich Asians. 

These winners will most likely be big contenders for winning the Oscars, which happens February 24. Voting for these awards opens up January 8th.

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