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Taylor Swift’s Stare-Down Steals Spotlight at Movie Awards

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Taylor Swift stole the show at this year’s Golden Globe Awards with her “glare,” but…

The 81st Golden Globe Awards, the prelude to the Academy Awards, were held in Los Angeles on January 7 (January 8 in Japan time). Oppenheimer” (directed by Christopher Nolan), a biographical film about Robert Oppenheimer, the physicist who led the U.S. in the production of atomic bombs during World War II and was called the “father of the atomic bomb,” won a total of five awards including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor.

In addition, “How Do You Live?” directed by Hayao Miyazaki became the first Japanese film ever to win Best Animated Film.

Speaking of Hollywood film awards, at the 2010 Academy Awards ceremony, when comedian Chris Rock, who hosted the ceremony, made a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith’s shaved head, her husband, Will Smith, got angry and ran up on the stage to slap her. The “slapping incident” is still fresh in our memories.

At the Golden Globes, the New York Post reported on Taylor Swift’s “host glare” and Best Actor winner Killian Murphy’s “lipstick incident. The New York Post reports

The host, comedian Joe Coy, cited Swift’s frequent attendance at the games of her boyfriend, NFL player Travis Kelce, as a reason for the controversy,

He joked, “The big difference between the Golden Globes and the NFL is that there are fewer camera shots of Taylor Swift at the Golden Globes.”

He joked.

Swift, who was attending the awards ceremony after her concert film “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” was nominated for the newly established box office award, was annoyed by the joke and glared at the host, Coy, on the CBS broadcast, causing her rabid fans to say

Swift ended this man’s career with just one glare.


“That Taylor Swift death stare was the nail in the coffin.

and other such posts on X (formerly Twitter) that have caused an uproar.

The box office award went to Margot Robbie’s “Barbie,” but not to Swift, who did not take the stage to receive any applause.

There was another “incident” at the Golden Globes.

When Irish actor Killian Murphy, who played the American scientist Oppenheimer in “Oppenheimer,” was named for the Best Actor in a Drama category, his wife, Irish artist Yvonne McGuinness, kissed him enthusiastically in celebration. was all over Murphy’s face.

She was shown on TV frantically rubbing her fingers over Murphy’s nose and mouth, trying to wipe it off before going on stage. And the lipstick was not completely wiped off and remained, so Murphy began her acceptance speech by saying

Is my nose covered in lipstick? I’ll leave it as it is.

He then gave his acceptance speech after making the audience laugh. In any case, it was fortunate that there was no “tragedy” like the “slapping incident.

The nominations will be announced on January 23 (local time), and the 96th Academy Awards ceremony will be held on March 10 (local time) at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. ……

  • Writer Ryo Sakamoto (Writer, former head of the Culture and Society Department of Tokyo Sports Newspaper)

    He writes articles on entertainment, movies, and Hollywood information for the web magazine "PlusαToday" and other publications. Member of the Japan Film Pen Club.

  • PHOTO Reuters/Afro

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