January 17, 2022

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The Golden Globes will be special: there will be no TV broadcasts or red carpet

The traditional Golden Globes, which will take place on Sunday, January 10, will be private: There will be no live broadcast, organizers announced Thursday night.

Reuters responded that activity will decrease, will not have an audience, and will not have a red carpet. The announcement comes after the Hollywood Foreign Press Association received accusations of racism, sexism, harassment and corruption last year, and NBC said it would not broadcast this version live.

The association, which has received criticism for a lack of racial diversity and there has been talk of alleged corruption due to “close ties with some film studios” and whether “this could affect the selection of nominees and winners,” said in October. The 21 members listed, six of them are black.”

In such circumstances, the winners of the most important awards will be announced before the online Oscars.

“We will provide real-time updates on the winners on the Golden Globes website and on our social networks,” they reported through the official Golden Globes website on Twitter.

For this edition which ranks 79th of the awards, Dramatic Films Belfast and the power of the dog They lead the nominations with seven each. In addition, Netflix had the most movie nominations (with a total of 17), while HBO led the nominations in series (with a total of 15 nominations), it was reported. Long live the in December.

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Celebrities nominated: Lady Gaga (Gucci House), will Smith (King Richard) , Kristen Stewart (Spencer), Nicole Kidman (Being Ricardosand Denzel WashingtonThe tragedy of Macbeth), quoted Reuters.