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08 January 2018 - Golden Globe Awards

Publié par Marion Coste le 08/01/2018

Activism Hits The Red Carpet And Oprah Hits A Home Run At The Golden Globes
(NPR, 08/01/2018)

Only a few minutes into Sunday night's Golden Globes red-carpet broadcast on E!, Debra Messing explained to host Giuliana Rancic why nearly all the women were wearing black. (The men were, too, but they always do that.) Messing explained that it was part of the Time's Up initiative, which supports women who suffer from sexual harassment and assault — and not just in Hollywood. She went on to call out the recent departure from E! News of host Catt Sadler, who says she left after discovering she was making nowhere near the money her male co-host was making. Other actresses followed Messing's lead, repeatedly dunking on the very network hosting the broadcast, turning its ubiquity on awards day against it. That's a peculiar power, but they had it, and they used it well.

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Seth Meyers
Seth Meyers takes on Weinstein and Spacey in fiery monologue
Jake Nevins (The Guardian, 08/01/2018)
Seth Meyers kicked off the 75th annual Golden Globes by addressing sexual harassment in Hollywood head-on, taking aim at Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, and Woody Allen in his opening monologue.

“Good evening ladies and remaining gentlemen,” the host of Late Night with Seth Meyers, began. “It’s 2018. Marijuana is finally allowed, and sexual harassment finally isn’t.”

Many had speculated about whether Meyers would address sexual abuse and harassment in his monologue. And he didn’t disappoint.

Oprah Winfrey
Read Oprah Winfrey’s Golden Globes Speech
Giovanni Russonello (The New York Times, 07/01/2018)
After being introduced by Reese Witherspoon, she acknowledged the significance of becoming the first black woman to win the award, and said she hoped that the raised voices of her fellow actresses might lead to a world in which “nobody ever has to say, ‘Me too,’ again.”

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Golden Globe Award Winners 2018: The Complete List
Andrew R. Chow (The New York Times, 07/01/2018)
Here are the movies and TV shows that received the top awards. See our live updates on the Golden Globes.

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