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Get Out Snubbed

The 75th annual Golden Globes were last night and social media is still feeling the aftermath. Twitter is shocked that Get Out, one of the most talked about and profitable films of 2017, got no love. The film was nominated for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy (yeah, comedy) and lost to the coming of age story Lady Bird, which actually was a comedy. Daniel Kaluuya was nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy and lost to James Franco in The Disaster Artist. Twitter was not here for it. See below:

Twitter is telling no lies.

Did Susan Disrespect Denzel?

Susan Sarandon is dragged on Twitter daily for her bleeding liberal — and sometimes insincere — politics. Social media had enough when the actress appeared to try to announce the winner before Denzel Washington’s name was listed as a best actor nominee. Was it an honest mistake or was she shading the iconic Denzel? Either way, Twitter let have:

Do better next time, Susan.

We All Look Alike

Issa Rae attended the Golden Globes as a nominee, but you know the actress and writer is always observing her surroundings, especially when she is one of few Black women in the room. Although she didn’t name names, looks like someone at the Golden Globes confused Alfre Woodard and Viola Davis. See below:

WTH? Alfre and Viola don’t even slightly resemble each other. Here is a photo of them with Gabrielle Union, Oprah Winfrey and Phylicia Rashad.

Zero resemblance.

Well,  this is only the beginning of awards season. We have a long way to go! If you care, here is the full list of Golden Globe winners.


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