2021 Golden Globes: Nomadland, Chadwick Boseman, And Anya-Taylor Joy Win : Pop Culture Happy Hour This year's Golden Globes ceremony took place under a cloud, following fresh reporting on accusations that the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is too small, too secretive, and not remotely diverse enough. Still, even during the pandemic, a hybrid part-live, part-remote telecast went on. It honored actors like Chadwick Boseman, Jason Sudeikis and Catherine O'Hara, films including Nomadland and Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, and television projects like The Crown and The Queen's Gambit. And it even managed a couple of genuinely memorable moments.
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We Recap The 2021 Golden Globe Awards

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We Recap The 2021 Golden Globe Awards

We Recap The 2021 Golden Globe Awards

We Recap The 2021 Golden Globe Awards

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Anya Taylor-Joy won a Golden Globe on Sunday for her lead role in The Queen's Gambit. She accepted virtually from actress Rosie Perez. Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Hollywood Foreign Press Association hide caption

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Anya Taylor-Joy won a Golden Globe on Sunday for her lead role in The Queen's Gambit. She accepted virtually from actress Rosie Perez.

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Hollywood Foreign Press Association

This year's Golden Globes ceremony took place under a cloud, following fresh reporting on accusations that the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is too small, too secretive, and not remotely diverse enough. Still, even during the pandemic, a hybrid part-live, part-remote telecast went on. It honored actors like Chadwick Boseman, Jason Sudeikis and Catherine O'Hara, films including Nomadland and Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, and television projects like The Crown and The Queen's Gambit. And it even managed a couple of genuinely memorable moments.

The audio was produced by Candice Lim and edited by Jessica Reedy.