#GoldenGlobes: Charming scenes of the Golden Globes 2020 awards ceremony

The world of entertainment began with the Golden Globe Award, which featured artists from around the world. Let us show you a few photo highlights of this colourful event.

The colourful ceremony of the 77th Golden Globe Awards took place in the American city of Los Angeles, where this year’s winners include Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who received her first Golden Globe Award.


Phoebe Waller-Bridge with her first award



Phoebe Waller Bridge

British editor-in-law Phoebe Waller was named the best actress for the BBC’s comedy TV series Staycom Flea Bag.

Olivia Coleman, her assistant actress in The Flea Bag, was also awarded the Quinn role in the third series of The Crown.


Vivian Coleman


Vivian Coleman

The British Oscar-winning firm said they were not expected to win. “I was investing money that wasn’t going to happen.”

“For the past year, I’ve been feeling like I’m living someone else’s life and now I feel like I’ve won someone else’s award.”



American actress and singer Sofia Carson is also present at the event


Sofia Carson

Russell Crowe was also among the winners. He was awarded the Motion Picture Award for Loudest Voice for Best Actor or Television in a Limited Series.

Australian actors were not present at the event. However, they sent a message about the devastating forest fire in their country.

Rami Yusuf with his award


Rami Yusuf

In the television series (musical or comedy), the Golden Globe was named by Rami Yusuf.

American entrepreneur Kate Bosworth also attended the Golden Globes Awards ceremony.


Kate Bosworth


With the award given to the cast of ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’


Once Upon a time

The film ‘Once upon a time In Hollywood’ was awarded the Best Motion Picture. Julia Butters, a 10-year-old American actress from the film, also attended the event with her mother.



Ellen DeGeneres


Ellen DeGeneres


Ellen Degeneres was also honoured with a special award at the event.



Patricia Arquette


Patricia Arquette

The Best Supporting Company Award in the Limited Series was named after Patricia Arquette.

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