Sunday, January 5, 2020
Host: Ricky Gervais
Location: Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles
27 Categories, which took 3 hours.
The first presenters were Reese W. in a white gown and Jennifer A. in a black gown.
- Actor in musical, TV, or Comedy: Ramy Youssef in Ramy
- Actor in Limited Series or TV movie: Russell Crowe for The Loudest Voice. (he wasn’t there to accept his award because he is in Australia, dealing with the N.W.O depopulation disaster that killed many animals and people, in which I have seen horrifying photos of many dead sheep lying on the ground, as well as some rescued Koala bears struggling to live).
- Supporting Actor in Limited Series or TV Movie: Stellan Skarsgard in Chernobyl
- TV Series-Drama: Succession
- Actress in TV Series, Musical, or Comedy: Phoebe Waller-Bridge in Fleabag
- Foreign Language Film: Parasite (South Korea) by Director Bong Joon Ho
- Carol Burnette Award: Ellen DeGeneres
- Actor in TV Series Drama: Brian Cox in Succession
- Screenplay in Motion Picture: Once Upon A Time in Hollywood by Quentin Tarantino
- Animated Motion Picture: Missing Link
- Supporting Actress in Motion Picture: Laura Dern in Marriage Story
- TV Series Musical or Comedy: Fleabag (Prime Video)
- Original Song in Motion Picture: I’m Going to Love Me Again for Rocketman. Elton John and Bernie Taupin accept the award together. It is interesting that Elton was wearing glasses with red lens and Bernie was wearing glasses with blue lens.
- Supporting Actress in Limited Series or TV Series: Patricia Arquette in The Act
- Actress in TV Series Drama: Olivia Colman in The Crown
- Cecil B. DeMille Aware: Tom Hanks
- Director in Motion Picture: Sam Mendes for 1917
- Actress in limited series or TV series: Michelle Williams in Fosse Verdon
- Limited Series or TV Movie: Chernobyl
- Original Score in Motion Picture: Hildur G. for Joker
- Supporting Actor in Motion Picture: Brad Pitt in Once Upon A Time in Hollywood
- Actor in Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy: Taron Egerton, who played Elton John in Rocketman)
- Actress in Motion Picture, Music, or Comedy: Aquafina for The Farewell
- Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy: Once Upon A Time in Hollywood
- Actor in Motion Picture Drama: Joaquin Phoenix in Joker
- Actress in Motion Picture Drama: Renee Zellweger for Judy
- Motion Picture Drama: 1917
I have seen only two of the winners in the cinema, Parasite and Once Upon A Time in Hollywood. Actually, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood won 3 awards, and I didn’t think it was a big deal. Parasite was a more interesting movie.
Joaquin Phoenix speech exposed the climate change BS, although most of it was muted out. I noticed he said something like this climate change propaganda is mostly used for selling, and they all know that because it is a part of their job. He encouraged other celebrities to work together to do something to stop such disasters. Maybe that is why I have noticed rumors about Joaquin on the internet.
Ricky Gervais sad a lot of jokes about scandalous celebrity activities, although some words were muted out, probably because they were dirty. But the editing let the word “pussy” go through, maybe they thought he meant pussycat in Cats.
The celebrities looked relaxed and happy in this awards show.
At 8 pm, there was an encore presentation.