This moment is real,” Sandra Oh informed the audience, at the top of the seventy-sixth annual Golden Globe Awards. Judging from the smatterings of laughter, it sounded like the audience wasn’t sure whether to believe her. But she was, in fact, being totally real. Oh, co-hosting with Andy Samberg, had put the brakes on their hit-or-miss comic patter to speak from the heart. “I said yes to the fear of being on this stage tonight, because I wanted to be here to look out into this audience and witness this moment of change,” she said, her voice quavering. -The New Yorker
(CNN)Glenn Close may have snagged the Golden Globe for best actress in a drama movie and Christian Bale won for best actor in a comedy.But when it came to stealing the show, it was all about a mysterious brunette who you have almost certainly never heard of.Wearing a deep blue evening dress, the initially unidentified woman managed to make herself known to the paparazzi at Sunday’s award ceremony by photobombing almost every red carpet shot — appearing behind just about everyone from Nicole Kidman and Jamie Lee Curtis to Idris Elba and Richard Madden.