Winners, Highlights, and Major Moments  

The Golden Globe Awards returned on Tuesday night, with comedian Jerrod Carmichael hosting the event presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.

The first Golden Globe handed out went to Everything Everywhere All at Once star Ke Huy Quan for best supporting actor in a motion picture. He immediately thanked fellow nominee — and one time boss — Steven Spielberg for giving him his first onscreen role. “When I started my career as a child actor in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, I felt I felt so very lucky to have been chosen,” said Quan. “As I grew older, I started to wonder if that was it. If if that was just luck for so many years, I was afraid I had nothing more to offer. That no matter what I did, I would never surpass what I achieved as a kid thankfully, more than 30 years later.” The actor thanked writer-director team Daniels for tapping him for the award-winning role. “They remembered that kid, and they gave me an opportunity to try again,” added Quan. “You have given me more than I could have ever hoped.”

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever star Angela Bassett won best supporting actress in a motion picture, her second win after her leading role in What’s Love Got to Do With It. She recalled the night decades ago when she picked up her first Golden Globe. “Toni Morrison said that your life is already a miracle of chance, just waiting for you to to order its destiny,” said Bassett. “But in order for that destiny to manifest, I think that it requires courage to have faith. It requires patience … and the true sense of yourself is not easy because the past is circuitous. And it has been unexpected detours. But by the grace of God, I stand here grateful.”

Best original score went to Justin Hurwitz, composer of Babylon, who earned his fourth Globe this evening after previously best original score for First Man and La La Land and best original song for La La Land. M. M. Keeravani accepted the award for best original song for RRR‘s “Naatu Naatu,” sharing the win with co-writers Rahul Sipligunj and Kala Bhairava.

In the television categories, Abbott Elementary stars Quinta Brunson and Tyler James Williams won best actress in a comedy series and best supporting actor in a television series, respectively. The Bear‘s Jeremy Allen White picked up best actor in a comedy series.

Carmichael didn’t waste time addressing the elephant in the room. “I’m here ’cause I’m Black,” he said at the top of his monologue. “This show, the Golden Globe Awards, did not air last year because the Hollywood Foreign Press Association which … I won’t say they were a racist organization, but they didn’t have a single black member until George Floyd died, so do with that information what you will.”

After recounting the early calls with Globes producers in which he weighed the “moral dilemma” he faced when deciding to take the gig (to awkward laughs from the audience), Carmichael ultimately ended on a somewhat positive note — by invoking the show’s guests as the reason for taking the job. “Truly because all of you, I look out into this room and I see a lot of talented people, people that I admire, people that I would like to be like, people that I’m jealous of and people that are actually really incredible artists,” said Carmichael. “And regardless of whatever the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s past may be, this is an evening where we get to celebrate, and I think this industry deserves evenings like these.”

The Golden Globes telecast returned to NBC after the network declined to air it last year in the wake of a Los Angeles Times exposé in 2021 that revealed the HFPA contained no Black members and had engaged in unethical conduct and suspect financial practices. That sparked a boycott from the entertainment industry and also spurred several reforms by the HFPA, including banning members from accepting gifts and the addition of 103 internationally based voters.

Read the full list of Golden Globe Award winners here.

The HFPA, which presents the Golden Globes, is owned by Eldridge Industries.   is owned by PME Holdings, LLC, a joint venture between Penske Media Corporation and Eldridge.

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