Golden Globes '19

Wakanda Forever!
Well, you know what time it is! Awards season time. And starting off the unofficial season, per usual, is the Golden Globes.

This year was hosted by Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg. And odd pair, at first glance. But if you watched last year's Emmys, you'd remember the pair presenting an award and being a hit with the audience with their brief banter. I thought they did well. It was a nice change considering the usual celebrity hosting multiple times in a row.

As for the show? The usual, as well. The Golden Globes has always been pegged as unpredictable with their random winner choices. However, its unpredictability has now become predictable to me.

I dozed off towards the end of the show only to groggily wake up to see Rami Malek on stage. So I'm thinking, "Okay, he probably won an award." (Which he did, by the way, for Best Actor in a Motion Drama.) However, looking closely through my very groggy eyes, I noticed way more people on stage than the norm. And I chuckled. "Wow. Bohemian Rhapsody won for Best Movie Drama, huh?" Promptly, I slept off into dreamland.

Never change your unpredictable-predictable ways, Golden Globes. Never change.

Congratulations to the aforementioned Mr. Malek plus Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse, "Shallow" from A Star is Born, Mahershala Ali, Regina King (So happy for her because she's super talented. A part of me, however, believes the awards she's been winning of late is Hollywood's way of making up for the complete shutout during her amazing run on SouthLAnd. You can't convince me otherwise. Also, I truly miss that show.), Rachel Brosnahan (even though my heart was fully rooting for Kristen Bell), The Americans (really gotta finish up the last season), Richard Madden, and the co-host of the awards show, Sandra Oh (even though the true star of Killing Eve is Jodie Comer. How she continues to be ignored is beyond me.)

Fashion time!

Sandra Oh in Atelier Versace
She was going for retro glam but the hairdo almost overpowered the dress.
A sleeker 'do would've worked much better.
Jodie Comer in Ralph & Russo
I just have her here because she #WuzRobbed.
Danai Gurira in Rodarte
Looking like a fiery diva. LOVE!
Lupita Nyong'o in Calvin Klein
Simple and breathtaking.
Kinda iffy on the Star Trek-ish hair.
Lady Gaga in Valentino
So happy for her transition into Hollywood.
Besides the color and the hair matching the dress, the overall look is just okay.
I can't with the arms.
Also, homegirl is dramatic as hell. My word.
The theatrics she displayed while going to get her award for "Shallow" was shaking-my-head worthy.
Janelle Monae in Chanel
Nope. I understand what she was trying to attempt.
But, nope.
Billy Porter in Randi Rahm
I'm about to sound cliché but he looks FABULOUS.
Also, I really have to watch Pose.
Timothee Chalamet in Louis Vuitton
Why do I find this overall look, sequin harness and all, sexy? Why?
He looks fantastic.
Olivia Coleman in Stella McCartney
I weirdly really like this dress.
No need for the extended mesh sleeves, though.
Chrissy Metz in Tanya Taylor
Red looks great on her.
Loving the embellished dramatic sleeves and hair.
Anne Hathaway in Elie Saab
I'm a huge fan of Law Roach but he dropped the ball on this one.

And so did Elie Saab.
This dress comes off tacky.