Comedian Margaret Cho has taken to Twitter to respond to critics who found her running Golden Globes gag racist. READ FULL STORY
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The Golden Globes produced surprise winners, thoughtful speeches, and, because this is 2015 after all, memes. The Globes gave the Internet plenty to work with this year, from the inexplicable look Chrissy Teigen had on her face when her husband was accepting his award to Prince’s, well, princely presence.
Here are some of the best gags to emerge from this year’s ceremony.
Regardless of whether Benedict Cumberbatch wins a Golden Globe for his role in The Imitation Game, he’s definitely not letting the audience, and attendees at the show, forget he was there.
Ricky Gervais has made friends and enemies these past three years hosting the Golden Globe Awards, with his penchant for feisty, frisky barbs and tongue-in-cheek British wit, but who else could fill the comedian’s shoes as host of the most fun awards show of the season?
“As of now, there are currently no plans for Ricky to host,” a rep from Gervais’ agent William Morris tells EW.com. Following Tuesday’s announcement from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association that next year’s 70th annual Globes, airing live on NBC, will take place on Jan. 13, 2013, the field is open for an array of would-be hosts. Here are a few of our suggestions:
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