Netflix’s The Crown received a right royal nod at last night’s 78th Golden Globes.
The award ceremony was hosted by comedy duo, Amy Poehler from New York and Tina Fey from Beverly Hills.
The Crown won four awards last night. Josh O’Connor, who played Prince Charles, and Emma Corrin, who played Princess Diana, both won for Best Performance by an Actor and Actress in a TV Series, Drama.
For her portrayal of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Gillian Anderson won the award for Best Supporting Actress, Television.
The Crown also won the Best TV Series, Drama.
Other big winners included Schitt’s Creek, The Gambit and Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.
While most stars not only showed up, but also dressed up, for the occasion, the usual "you’re on mute during a virtual meeting" mistake was made by Daniel Kaluuya when he made his acceptance speech for his Best Supporting Actor, Motion Picture win for Judas and the Black Messiah. After most of his speech was done while he was on mute, the actor luckily got wind of the fact that no one could hear him and he made up for it.
Watch the Variety video below for the big news of the night at the 2021 Golden Globes.
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