Questions at Golden Globes on Bohemian Rhapsody’s axed director

Questions at Golden Globes on Bohemian Rhapsody’s axed director

The 37-year-old actor won the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama for his work in the movie Bohemian Rhapsody.

While A Star Is Born didn't win the Best Film category, it did take out the award for Best Original Song for its popular track, Shallow.

Cape Town - Rami Malek has admitted that he has found 'Somebody to Love' in his co-star Lucy Boynton. "Thank you to Satan for giving me the inspiration on how to play this role", he joked. Because I see you. "This is for and because of you, gorgeous".

FYI: Rami is wearing Givenchy with a Cartier watch and cufflinks.

In 2016, Gaga won best actress in a miniseries or motion picture made for television for her role in FX's "American Horror Story: Hotel". "I tried to find the humanity in him", Malik said.

The win was the third Golden Globe in her career.

The former Batman played former US Vice President Dick Cheney in Vice.

Golden Globes co-hosts Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg took jabs at celebrities during their monologue, but the "Killing Eve" actress took a moment to get serious and recognize the entertainment industry's significant strides in representation during the past year.

Lady Gaga absolutely shut it down, as expected, in a stunning voluminous periwinkle blue Valentino haute couture gown, which unintentionally paid homage to Judy Garland's look in the 1954 version of A Star Is Born.

There were deserved wins for Mahershala Ali for Green Book, a true story of race in America in the 1960s, and that film was the night's biggest victor.

The couple had been rumoured to be dating after playing on-screen lovers Freddie Mercury and his first girlfriend Mary Austin in the biopic about the Queen singer. "And in her 80s, she said to me: 'I feel like I haven't accomplished anything, ' and it was so not right", she added during the tearful speech.

Instead, small Focus Features movie "Green Book" went home with the biggest haul - three - including best comedy, supporting actor (Mahershala Ali) and screenplay.

The boozy gala at the Beverly Hilton also recognised Alfonso Cuaron's Roma, a cinematic ode to his childhood in 1970s Mexico City, with best director and foreign film honours, while seven movies bagged one statuette each.

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