Golden Globes: 4 Most Talked About Moments
Sunday night's Golden Globes 2018 was probably the most lit it's been in a while. A lot happened in case you missed it, but we've got you covered. Here's the biggest moments from Golden Globes 2018.
Moment 1: Oprah's Cecil B. DeMille Acceptance Speech
I mean honestly... It's Oprah! The biggest thief of the Golden Globes last night, had to be Oprah's acceptance speech. Last night, Oprah accepted the Cecil B. DeMille award. However, her passionate speech, directed towards young women is what people are still talking about today. You can watch the video of the speech below.
Moment 2: Sterling K. Brown Acceptance Speech
Another big winner of the Golden Globes 2018 was Sterling K. Brown for Best Actor in a television series, drama. He is also the first black man to ever win in this category, making this an important moment. Although his speech was brief, he thanked the creator of the series (Dan Fogelman) for creating an authentic black character. Often times creators don't put much effort into the "black male character" and This Is Us, is a show that does not do that. His quick acceptance speech is also included for your viewing pleasure.
Moment 3: Natalie Portman
Natalie Portman also stole the show last night, by calling attention to the lack of female nominees for the category of Best Director. I tried my best to find a video of the actual moment itself, and was unsuccessful. However, I won't leave you empty handed. Entertainment Tonight put together a quick video with all of the Top moments from the Golden Globes, including Portman's slam.
Moment 4: Celebs Wearing All Black
Notice something unusual or different about this year's Golden Globes? Yep, that's right! Everyone (for the most part) wore all black in protest of sexual abuse. If you haven't been paying attention to "Me Too" then you may want to see what all the fuss was about. In fact, Seth Myers (who hosted the Golden Globes) even made a reference to "Me Too". He seriously joked about the many male celebs that are actually scared of being (named; accused) next. You can also check out the video on that below.