It's time for you to brace up for the 75th annual Golden Globes award, organized by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HPFA).
It’s time for you to brace up for the 75th annual Golden Globes award, organized by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HPFA). Like every year, the trophies of achievement will be handed out to celebrities for their accomplishment in both films and television. The red carpet has been rolled out and is set to kickstart the award season of 2018. Seth Meyers of “Late Night” fame will be the host for the evening. This year’s event might take on a more somber tone, due to the recent wave of revelations regarding sexual harassment in the entertainment industry. The rise of the #MeToo movement will render a more sober atmosphere. Stars have promised to choose black attire in order to raise awareness towards movement and sexual harassment in Hollywood. This year Golden Globe, unlike every year, will be more about a free platform where people will be able to speak out. In one of the promo Meyers is also seen declaring, ” Hollywood, we’ve got a lot to talk about.” Golden Globe holds the reputation of surprising the audience and giving some startling water cooler moments. So as to not miss even a moment of this spectacle, here is what you need to do:
Which Channel will telecast Golden Globe awards:
Golden Globe will be will be simulcast deferred live in India on Colors Infinity, Colors Infinity HD, VH1 and Comedy Central at 7:30 am on Monday with a repeat telecast scheduled for 9 pm.
What are the Timings of Golden Globe awards:
The show will also be streamed for US viewers on NBC.com and on the NBC app. The red carpet event will be live-streamed on Facebook.
Who will be the Presenters of Golden Globe awards:
Hollywood biggies will be taking the stage to present awards, including Amy Poehler, Kerry Washington, Gal Gadot, Chris Hemsworth, Neil Patrick Harris, Shirley MacLaine and Sharon Stone, Hugh Grant, Emma Watson and Penélope Cruz.
Who will Host Golden Globe awards:
Seth Meyers will be hosting the Golden Globes for the first time. Meyers said he plans to target his commentary toward Hollywood instead of Washington on Sunday, according to CNN Entertainment.