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The 2021 Golden Globes were a night unlike any other.
Not only was the show—which saw co-hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler return for a fourth round after a five-year break—produced under the most unique of circumstances, thanks to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but it was a night of true firsts. From members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association taking the stage at their big show to admit they have work to do in terms of true diversity among their ranks following the revelation that there are zero Black members currently serving to a whole host of winners who made history as they took home their hardware, the 78th annual ceremony was one we won't soon forget.
Andra Day Celebrated Her Golden Globes Win with Her Parents: 'It Makes Me So Happy'
Andra Day won the Golden Globe for her titular role in Hulu's The United States vs. Billie Holiday , the actress told reporters following the ceremony that she was joined by a number of loved ones, including her parents, to celebrate. "The people who were in the room with me was first of all my family, my mother and father in the room with me, which makes me just so happy because they put up with me for so long," said Day, 36. "I mean damn, you know.
And that's not just because we're still sobbing over the late Chadwick Boseman's wife Taylor Simone Ledward, who accepted an award on her husband's behalf. But, if we're being honest, that was one acceptance speech that we have a feeling will be talked about for years to come.
Golden Globes: This Is Us stars hit out at HFPA's lack of diversity
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For a recap of all the 2021 Golden Globes winners and biggest show moments, watch E!'s After Party special following the telecast at 11 p.m. and don't miss Daily Pop on Monday, Mar. 1 at 11 a.m. for even more Globes scoop!
Comedian Hannah Gadbsy Reveals She Got Married in January: 'I Am Full of Very Positive Feelings' .
The comedian surprised her Instagram followers on Wednesday by sharing a photo with her wife, Jenney Shamash, explaining that they tied the knot in January . "I would like to introduce all y'all to Jenney Shamash. She is a producer extraordinaire. She is very funny and is really talented at reciting facts," Gadsby captioned the post. "It is a joy to behold. We got married in January and we are very chuffed about it." She added, "For the record: this is me gushing. I am full of very positive feelings. This is a nice story. My heart felt thanks to everybody who voted for marriage equality.