What did we learn from this year’s Academy Awards? Well the show actually seems to run just fine without a host. It was a great night for women of color (and particularly mothers of color who got thanked). Several categories are apparently just for sale.
Much like the chaotic mess that is this year's host-less Oscars, predicting them has been equally tumultuous. It's going to make for some great drinking games, and some not stunning upsets since there are fewer clear categories than in past years.
If the 2019 Golden Globes proved anything it’s that the real awards should be going to whoever is in control of PR budgets. It’s the only viable explanation for some of the wins.
After winning the category of BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA for her role in "Killing Eve," actress Sandra Oh poses backstage in the press room with her Golden Globe Award at the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, CA on Sunday, January 6, 2019.
Awards season kicks off again with the Golden Golbes!
The 90th Annual Academy Awards have come and gone, and while generally a predictable show in terms of the actual awards, I still felt we all are walking away losers when it comes to diversity and equality.
The big day is almost upon us! Awards season has been confusing so far, it’s still anyone’s game in certain categories. It’s also a question of being torn between what one WANTS to win, and what will win.
While the conversation on the red carpet may have been about “Times Up” and female empowerment, the Globes themselves fell into the same ol’ same ol’ awards patterns.
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