The Golden Globes decided to blow up awards season.
“A Star is Born” and “Vice” came into Sunday’s 76th annual Golden Globe Awards leading the nominations, but instead the Queen biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody,” period comedy “Green Book” and Glenn Close were the big winners.
“Green Book” took home three Globes, including best comedy or musical and supporting actor for Mahershala Ali, but “Rhapsody” got a surprising amount of love from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association garnering honors for best drama and best actor (Rami Malek).
Close bested Lady Gaga and others to win best actress in a drama for “The Wife,” and “The Favourite” star Olivia Colman was named best actress in a comedy or musical.
Here’s a minute-by-minute breakdown of the Globes festivities (in ET).
11:18: “Bohemian Rhapsody” wins best drama in yet another Globes surprise. Producer Graham King also praises Freddie Mercury: “Thank you for showing us the power of embracing our true selves.”
11:13: Well, here’s another shocker: Rami Malek takes best actor in a drama for “Bohemian Rhapsody.” “This is a profound honor,” he says, taking time to honor Queen and Freddie Mercury “for giving me joy. Thank you, you beautiful man.”