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Much spoken after the 78th Golden Globe Award Ceremony

The ceremony, which was hosted for the fourth time by American comedy world icon names Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, was broadcast simultaneously from the Rainbow Room in New York and the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. For GAIN audience, the ceremony was interpreted live by the presenter Yekta Kopan, the important name of the culture and art world, and Zeynep Üner, the director of fashion and Lifestyle content of GAIN. Melikshah Altuntas and Cemre Ebuziya accompanied the duo with their favorite names and comments about the awards.


Presenters Fey and Poehler kicked off the night with a decidedly keynote address, referencing criticism that there were no black members among members of The Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Tina Fey emphasized” inclusiveness, " while Pohler said that decrying some black actors was to ignore them.


78. The most colorful moments of the Golden Globes were when some of the winners accepted their awards in their “home state.” Many of the candidates who attended the ceremony digitally from all over the world filled the eye with their most stylish. Jodie Foster, on the other hand, opted to put on her pyjamas as she stood in front of the camera with her partner and her dog. Jason Sudeikis, who was named Best Actor in a comedy, accepted the award in his tracksuits.

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The Crown, which received four awards in total, including Best Drama Series in the categories in which it was nominated, was one of the works that made its mark on the night. Emma Corrin as Princess Diana and Josh O'connor as Prince Charles won the award in the favourite categories.


The Queen's Gambit, one of the most talked-about works of the year, won the award in the category of Best Miniseries, while lead actress Anya Taylor-Joy was also named Best Actress. Anya Taylor-Joy also managed to become the youngest name to win a Golden Globe in this category after Angelina Jolie.


Chadwick Boseman, who was awarded Best Actor in a Drama for his role in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom and died untimely in 2020, accepted the award in his memory. His award speech, in tears, also gave emotional moments to the audience at the head of the screens.


One of the most talked about after the nominees were announced this year was that three of the five nominees in the “Best Director” category were women. A first in the history of the Golden Globes, these nominations were in the form of Regina King with one Night in Miami, Emerald Fennell with Promising Young Woman and Chloé Zhao with Nomadland. For the first time in its 78-year history, the awards received the Best Director Award, which was embraced by Barbara Streisand in 1984, and for the second time this year a female director, Chloé Zhao.


Frances McDormand, who admired her for her performance in Nomadland and was nominated as the favorite for the “Best Actress” category, was surprised that she did not receive the award. Award for Best Actress in a Drama, The United States vs. It was Andra Day's performance on Billie Holiday.


The legendary actress Jane Fonda, who has been active in the world of cinema for more than 50 years, won an Oscar 2 times and a Golden Globe 7 times, Cecil B. he was the recipient of the de Mille award. The award honours the names of which left a deep impression in the film industry ever Tom Hanks, Oprah Winfrey, Jeff Bridges, Robert De Niro, Audrey Hepburn, Harrison Ford, Jodie Foster, Sophia Loren, Steven Spielberg, Denzel Washington was honored with names like Robin Williams.

The Carol Burnett Award, which first began to be distributed last year and is given to names who make a great contribution to the world of television, was this year's winner, Norman Lear.

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