Whereas celebrities Zoomed in from all over the world for the Golden Globes, they confirmed off a big selection of style seems to be.
NEW YORK — Glam was again for the Golden Globes digital, bicoastal awards night time Sunday as nominees Zoomed in from all over the world and, for Leslie Odom Jr., from his entrance porch in Los Angeles not removed from the motion in Beverly Hills.
And so they had been prepared, type clever, because the Globes break up hosts, with Amy Poehler on the Beverly Hilton and Tina Fey on the Rainbow Room in New York.
There was nary a pair of sweats in sight. Jason Sudeikis was the glam outlier in a tie-dye hoodie as he picked up an award remotely, saying : “Wow, do I speak now?”
Regina King’s canine snoozed within the background as she confirmed off her Louis Vuitton robe in silver and black. Amanda Seyfried, from someplace within the American South, wore a sunny, springy coral Oscar de la Renta with floral adornment, echoing many stars who mentioned they wished to convey just a little pleasure.
“I’ve bought my son, who’s 5 months previous, laying towards a pillow in a tux,” Seyfried mentioned throughout a spherical of pre-show interviews.
Cynthia Erivo went for neon inexperienced Valentino, and Kaley Cuoco munched pizza in one other de la Renta design. Gillian Anderson, alone in Prague, wore a inexperienced robe and Julia Garner a two-tone Prada black and white look. She did not neglect the lipstick, a deep crimson.
Laverne Cox, in a crimson, embellished cape-sleeve robe, did one thing much more uncommon: She stood as much as chat with reporters for E! and NBC earlier than the present.
“I wished to really feel festive and go for it,” she informed NBC. “It is actually superb about this entire Zoom world. Folks can do no matter they need.”
That meant Chanel for Shira Haas in Los Angeles, and customized Gucci for Elle Fanning in London.
“It is good to have one thing to have fun and dress up for, and really placed on a gown to stroll from my lounge to my kitchen,” Fanning informed E!. “I assumed, why not?”
Fey and Poehler, each wearing black, joked in regards to the uncommon arrange and the gap between them, with Fey pretending to stroke Poehler’s hair via their screens. The 2 had been joined by an array of presenters as winners accepted by way of Zoom, with an early glitch when winner Daniel Kaluuya’s audio went silent at first, then perked up so he may communicate.
King’s canine wasn’t the one shock star. Sarah Paulson held her little black pooch on display.
And there have been youngsters, too. Mark Ruffalo’s two wandered behind him as he accepted an award. Aaron Sorkin was joined by a bevy of girls available for his win.
On stage and for his or her small, in-person — and masked — audiences, manufacturing designer Brian Stonestreet pivoted like by no means earlier than when the Globes determined to go bicoastal earlier in February, simply days earlier than present time.
The awards veteran, who has designed for the Grammys, the Billboards, the Academy of Nation Music and others, informed The Related Press forward of the Globes’ huge night time that he gained large horizontal actual property for the screen-centric present with the shrinking of tables in dimension and quantity.
“Funnily sufficient, it gave me just a little extra freedom when it comes to surroundings,” he mentioned of the Beverly Hilton, whereas incorporating the Rainbow Room’s large heart chandelier adorned with stars and orbs in New York.
He used the additional area (about 36 visitors in New York and 42 in Beverly Hills) to develop display presence and curvier, extra dramatic, staircases. On the ground, he positioned trophies on pedestals amongst his two- and three-person cocktail tables, quite than the same old 6-foot spherical tables seating 10 to 12 folks for a complete of greater than 1,000.
As an alternative of star-studded crowds crammed into the Hilton’s ballroom, the Globes hosted frontline and important employees, together with meals financial institution employees from the present’s philanthropic partnership with Feeding America.
Lydia Marks, a New York set decorator, informed The Related Press the night’s technical challenges had been many. With so many distant places and two stay units, the few glitches must be forgiven, she mentioned.
“Whereas it seems to be simple, the course wants to stay responsive in a method that’s extra like a stay sporting occasion than an awards present,” Marks mentioned. “I feel it seems to be fairly seamless and managed for the quantity of feeds they’re working with.”
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