Golden Globes 2023 key moments: Kevin Costner shelters in place and Tom Cruise is kicked | Golden Globes 2023

The host insults his hosts

Watch Jerrod Carmichael's full #GoldenGlobes opening monologue, in which he roasts the HFPA

— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) January 11, 2023


“I’m here because I’m black,” said new MC Jerrod Carmichael, who addressed the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s tarnished reputation head-on in his opening monologue. “They didn’t have a single black member until George Floyd was killed,” he said, ignoring much of their apparent rehabilitation efforts and saying he only took the job. for the $500,000 paycheck.

Host insults Tom Cruise

Jerrod Carmichael’s Scientology joke sucked the air out of the room #GoldenGlobes

— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) January 11, 2023


Introducing the star of Top Gun: Maverick, Carmichael drew awkward gasps and a few whoops with his mention of the main struggle with Hollywood’s full embrace of its most powerful star. “Backstage I found these three Golden Globes that Tom Cruise returned. Maybe we’ll take these three things and trade them for the safe return of Shelly Miscavige?” he said, referring to the long-unseen wife of Scientology leader David Miscavige.

Eddie Murphy takes a look at Will Smith

Slap fatigue was a theme of the evening, but there was special dispensation for Murphy to take a pop from the lead actor at last year’s Oscars. In his acceptance speech for the Globes Achievement Award, Murphy attributed his success to three things: “Pay your taxes. Mind your own business. And keep the name of Will Smith’s wife out of your fucking mouth!

Eddie Murphy shares three pieces of advice for up-and-comers in the industry:

1) Pay your taxes.
2) Mind your business.
3) Keep Will Smith's wife's name out your f—ing mouth.

— Variety (@Variety) January 11, 2023


Jennifer Coolidge reigns supreme

The White Lotus was the watercooler hit of the season and Coolidge’s speech the smash of the night, alternately very funny and – in his defense of series creator Mike White – hugely moving.

Jennifer Coolidge delivers an epic #GoldenGlobes acceptance speech that makes #TheWhiteLotus creator Mike White cry.

— Variety (@Variety) January 11, 2023


Special mention to her response when Colin Farrell offered her a hand on stage:

For your consideration: the moment Jennifer Coolidge saw Colin Farrell offer his arm to walk her up the stairs #GoldenGlobes

— Ashley Spencer (@AshleyySpencer) January 11, 2023


Mike White has his moment

Later, a possibly weary and emotional White returned the compliment to Coolidge and enjoyed gazing at the sea of ​​faces of those who had turned down the chance to perform on the show with him.

Mike White is so drunk and hilarious. he just called out every famous person in the audience for passing on White Lotus. a true icon lol

“I know you all passed! You all passed on this show! So, yes, it's very gratifying to have this moment.” #GoldenGlobes

— Spencer Althouse (@SpencerAlthouse) January 11, 2023


Mike White is so drunk and hilarious. he just called out every famous person in the audience for passing on White Lotus. a real icon lol

“I know you all made it! You all made it on this show! So yeah, it’s very rewarding to have this moment.” #Golden Globes

—Spencer Althouse (@SpencerAlthouse) January 11, 2023

Colin Farrell wins his Oscar

The race for Best Actor at the Oscars this year has been a tough one to call, but Farrell’s charming speech may have propelled him into the front-runner position, ahead of Brendan Fraser and Austin Butler.

This speech. Colin Farrell telling Brendan Gleeson he loves him. The emotion. The charisma… Toxic masculinity found dead in a ditch!!!! #GoldenGlobes

— Meech (@MediumSizeMeech) January 11, 2023


Regina Hall isn’t buying Kevin Costner’s no-show

Picking up Costner’s acting award for Yellowstone, Hall expressed some skepticism about wanting to attend Costner, before reading that he had to “shelter in place in Santa Barbara.”

Regina Hall finding out why Kevin Costner couldn’t be at the #GoldenGlobes just won next year’s #GoldenGlobes for Best Actress in a TV Comedy

— Jarett Wieselman (@JarettSays) January 11, 2023


Other notable absences were Cate Blanchett, apparently filming in London and therefore unable to land her best actress in a theater award, and Amanda Seyfried, “in the process of creating a new musical and couldn’t be here”.

Amanda Seyfried creating a new musical

— Chris Feil (@chrisvfeil) January 11, 2023


Jamie Lee Curtis’ reaction to the news that her Everything Everywhere All at Once co-star had chosen Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical was widely shared in the room – and on Twitter.

A picture is worth a thousand words. #GoldenGlobes

— Zoë Rose Bryant (@ZoeRoseBryant) January 11, 2023


Yeoh’s speech cemented goodwill.

they tried playing Michelle Yeoh off with music, and she said “Shut up, please! I can beat you up, okay? And that's serious.” LOL I love her#GoldenGlobes

— Spencer Althouse (@SpencerAlthouse) January 11, 2023


Shoot the pianist

If the evening had a single villain, it was probably Chloe Flower, the ivory handyman responsible for hastening the end of the speeches with a playful muzak. Yeoh, Farrell and more demanded that she chill her fingers; the most compelling case was presented by Austin Butler, whose moving tribute to his late mother was accompanied by a volume boost from Flower.

Congratulations to our Golden Globe winner for Best Actor – Motion Picture – Drama, @austinbutler! 🏆 #GoldenGlobes

— Golden Globe Awards (@goldenglobes) January 11, 2023


“You could at least play Suspicious Minds or something,” Butler said.

The Golden Globes, seemingly barely hanging on to its television home, attempting to play off legitimately good speeches — the kind of speeches that people actually want to hear and share: Bialystock and Bloom shit

— Christopher Rosen (@chrisjrosen) January 11, 2023


The Golden Globes, seemingly barely hanging on to their TV house, are trying to play legit good speeches — the kind of speeches people actually want to hear and share: Bialystock and Bloom shit

— Christophe Rosen (@chrisjrosen) January 11, 2023

I’m just watching the Golden Globes to see the escalating threats against the piano player now.

Can’t wait for Baz Luhrmann to pull a knife by the end of the night.

— Tom Shea (@tomshea) January 11, 2023


I just watch the Golden Globes to see the growing threats against the pianist now.

I can’t wait for Baz Luhrmann to pull out a knife by the end of the night.

—Tom Shea (@tomshea) January 11, 2023

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