Celebrities were replaced with staff members representing non-profit organisations to announce winners of the Golden Globes on Sunday night.
The ceremony went ahead without an audience, famous faces or red carpet after stars including Scarlett Johansson called for a boycott of the ceremony due to the lack of diversity on the HFPA panel.
And instead of stars giving out and announcing the awards non-profit leaders such as Gold House Executive Director Jeremy Tran and SVP of the NAACP Hollywood Bureau Kyle Bowser took to the stage.
Different: Celebrities were replaced with staff members representing non-profit organisations to announce winners of the Golden Globes on Sunday night
HFPA President Helen Hoehne and HFPA Chief Diversity Officer Neil Phillips completed the line up.
The group took to the stage in glamorous dresses and suits as they replaced the normally star-studded line up.
Jamie Lee Curtis and Arnold Schwarzenegger were the only two celebrity to appear digitally during the entire ceremony, as they had pre-recorded messages.
Oh dear: The ceremony went ahead without an audience, famous faces or red carpet after stars including Scarlett Johansson called for a boycott of the ceremony due to the lack of diversity on the HFPA panel
There were a range of non-profit organisations at the event, including Jeremy from Gold House which is a collective of Asian founders, creative voices and leaders dedicated to unifying Asians and Pacific Islanders.
Meanwhile the NAACP is a civil rights organisation in the US, formed in 1909 as an interracial endeavour to advance justice for African Americans.
The 2022 event took place behind closed doors at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, after The Hollywood Foreign Press Association came under fire for the lack of black representation among its members.
However, actress Jamie, 63, had filmed a pre-recorded message detailing the HFPA’s philanthropic efforts.
In the clip, the Halloween star said of the organisation’s charitable donations: ‘I am proud to be associated with them in this venture.
Glam: HFPA President Helen Hoehne (pictured) was joined on stage by staff members from non-profits
‘They do so at a very low key, off the record, evening of giving. I’ve been the lucky host of that evening a couple of times.
‘And so I just wanted to honour and stand with them in this continued advocacy of great need and great support that the HFPA continue to serve and offer with their generosity.’
Meanwhile, Arnold thanked the Hollywood Foreign Press for his 1977 New Star Of The Year award.
Taking to the stage: SVP of the NAACP Hollywood Bureau Kyle Bowser (pictured) introduced one of the awards
Introducing the award for Best Motion Picture – Drama, he said: ‘We’ve had the pleasure of seeing the most incredible philanthropic programmes supported by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
‘They understand to support the arts, one must cultivate new diverse voices. I was one of their beneficiaries.
‘When I was finished with my bodybuilding career and came to Hollywood to start my movie career, I often heard, “Arnold, you should change your last name because no one could pronounce it.” Then they told me I should get rid of my accent.
‘They said “no, no no”, always. The Hollywood Foreign Press said, “yes, yes yes.”
Low-key: Jamie Lee Curtis (pictured) and Arnold Schwarzenegger were the only celebrity to appear digitally at Sunday night’s Golden Globes
‘In 1977, I won the Golden Globe New Star of the Year award. This recognition by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association meant the world to me.’
The awards had no live broadcast or livestream as NBC previously announced that it would not televise the 2022 ceremony due to the lack of diversity, while Amazon Studios and Netflix announced plans to stop their activities with the HFPA until sufficient changes were made.
In May, NBC said in a statement: ‘We continue to believe that the HFPA is committed to meaningful reform.
‘However, change of this magnitude takes time and work, and we feel strongly that the HFPA needs time to do it right. As such, NBC will not air the 2022 Golden Globes.
Speech: Arnold thanked the Hollywood Foreign Press for his 1977 New Star Of The Year award
‘Assuming the organisation executes on its plan, we are hopeful we will be in a position to air the show in January 2023.’
Staff members representing various non-profits supported by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association were on hand to announce winners on Sunday’s ceremony.
It was revealed Tuesday by Variety that the Globes’ talent booker reached out to several publicity agencies about getting celebrity presenters, but no celebs agreed to take part.
HFPA president Helen Hoehne, gave a speech focusing on the organisation’s attempts to diversify and a focus on its philanthropy work after a controversial year which culminated in last year’s televised ceremony suffering a 60% drop in viewers.
‘Last year the Hollywood Foreign Press Association was challenged to change – and we did,’ said Hoehne. ‘Both internally, within the Association, as well as adding 21 members to bring fresh perspectives.
‘We are on a journey of change and we’re not going to rest. We are going to be outspoken about what we’re learning and challenge others to join us.’
Kyle Bowser, senior vice-president of the NAACP Hollywood Bureau, spoke of the ‘Reimagine Coalition,’ a joint five-year initiative to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion across the global entertainment industry. ‘Imagination is the currency that sustains and propels the entertainment industries,’ he said during the ceremony.
A series of LA Times investigations last year revealed the lack of diversity in the HFPA’s voting membership. His expose reported that the 2021 voting panel did not include any black members.
Venue: The 2022 event took place behind closed doors at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, after The Hollywood Foreign Press Association came under fire for the lack of black representation among its members
In response to the LA Times article, the HPFA introduced a series of new bylaws and in October 2021, appointed 21 new voters to their board and created a new board of directors.
The organisation reports that it is the largest and most diverse class of new members in its history. They report that six of the new members are black, 10 are women, six are Latinx, five are Asian and four are Middle Eastern/North African.
They also announced they hoped by 2023, the ethnic-minority of membership of the HFPA will have increased by 50%.
Mark Ruffalo and Scarlett Johansson were the stars leading calls for a Golden Globes boycott, with Scarlett saying she had faced ‘sexist questions and remarks by certain HFPA members that bordered on sexual harassment.’
She released a statement last year that read: ‘As an actor promoting a film, one is expected to participate in awards season by attending press conferences as well as awards shows.
‘In the past, this has often meant facing sexist questions and remarks by certain HFPA members that bordered on sexual harassment. It is the exact reason why I, for many years, refused to participate in their conferences.’
She continued: ‘Unless there is necessary fundamental reform within the organisation, I believe it is time that we take a step back from the HFPA and focus on the importance and strength of unity within our unions and the industry as a whole’.
This year’s nominations included nine people of colour across the acting and directing categories – the same number as for the 2021 awards.
Golden Globe Awards 2022: The Winners
Best TV show – Musical/Comedy
Hacks – WINNER
Only Murders in the Building
Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Series (Drama)
Brian Cox – Succession
Lee Jaw – Squid Game
Billy Porter – Pose
Jeremy Strong – Succession – WINNER
Omar Sy – Lupin
Best Actress – Musical/Comedy
Marion Cotillard – Annette
Alana Haim – Licorice Pizza
Jennifer Lawrence – Don’t Look Up
Emma Stone – Cruella
Rachel Zegler – West Side Story – WINNER
Squid Game is nominated for Best TV Series – Drama
Best TV Series – Drama
The Morning Show
Succession – WINNER
Best Actress in a TV Series – Drama
Uzo Aduba – In Treatment
Jennifer Aniston – The Morning Show
Christine Baranski – The Good Fight
Elisabeth Moss – The Handmaid’s Tale
MJ Rodriguez – Pose – WINNER
Best Actor in a Limited or Anthology Series
Paul Bettany – WandaVision
Oscar Isaac – Scenes from a Marriage
Michael Keaton – Dopesick – WINNER
Ewan McGrgeor – Holsten
Tahar Rahim – The Serpent
Best Limited or Anthology Series
American Crime Story: Impeachment
Mare of Easttown
The Underground Railroad – WINNER
Best Actor in a TV Series – Musical/Comedy
Anthony Anderson – Black-ish
Nicholas Hoult – The Great
Steve Martin – Only Murders in the Building
Martin Short – Only Murders in the Building
Jason Sudeikis – Ted Lasso – WINNER
American Crime Story: Impeachment is up for Best Limited or Anthology Series
Best Supporting Actress in a TV Series
Jennifer Coolidge – The White Lotus
Kaitlyn Dever – Dopesick
Andie McDowell – Maid
Sarah Snook – Succession – WINNER
Hannah Waddingham – Ted Lasso
Best Actor in a Supporting Role on a TV Series
Billy Crudup – The Morning Show
Kieran Culkin – Succession
Mark Duplass – The Morning Show
Brett Goldstein – Ted Lasso
O Yeong-Su – Squid Game – WINNER
Best Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series
Jessica Chastain – Scenes from a Marriage
Cynthia Erivo – Genius: Aretha
Elizabeth Olsen – WandaVision
Margaret Qualley – Maid
Kate Winslet – Mare of Easttown – WINNER
Best Actress in a TV Series – Musical/Comedy
Hannah Einbender – Hacks
Elle Fanning – The Great
Issa Rae – Insecure
Tracee Ellis Ross – Black-Ish
Jean Smart – Hacks – WINNER
Best Director – Motion Picture
Kenneth Branagh – Belfast
Jane Campion – The Power of the Dog – WINNER
Maggie Gyllenhaal – The Lost Daughter
Steven Spielberg – West Side Story
Denis Villeneuve – Dune
Denzel Washington is nominated for Best Actor in a Film – Drama – for The Tragedy of Macbeth
Best Actor in a Film – Drama
Mahershala Ali – Swan Song
Javier Bardem – Being the Ricardos
Benedict Cumberbatch – The Power of the Dog
Will Smith – King Richard – WINNER
Denzel Washington – The Tragedy of Macbeth
Best Actor in a Film – Musical/Comedy
Leo DiCaprio – Don’t Look Up
Peter Dinklage – Cyrano
Andrew Garfield – Tick, Tick… BOOM! – WINNER
Cooper Hoffman – Licorice Pizza
Anthony Ramos – In the Heights
Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Drama
Ben Affleck – The Tender Bar
Jamie Dornan – Belfast
Ciaran Hinds – Belfast
Troy Kotsur – CODA
Kodi Smit-McPhee – The Power of the Dog – WINNER
Best Original Score
The French Dispatch
The Power of the Dog
Dune – WINNER
Best Motion Picture – Musical/Comedy
Don’t Look Up
Tick Tick Boom
West Side Story – WINNER
Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama
Catriona Balfe – Belfast
Araiana Debose – West Side Story – WINNER
Kirsten Dunst – The Power of the Dog
Aunjanue Ellis – King Richard
Ruth Negga – Passing
Best Screenplay – Film
Belfast – WINNER
The Power of the Dog
Don’t Look Up
Being the Ricardos
Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama
Jessica Chastain – The Eyes of Tammy Faye
Olivia Colman – The Lost Daughter
Nicole Kidman – Being the Ricardos – WINNER
Lady Gaga – House of Gucci
Kristen Stewart – Spencer
Best Film – Drama
The Power of the Dog – WINNER
Jessica Chastain is up for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama – for The Eyes of Tammy Faye
Best Motion Picture – Animated
Encanto – WINNER
My Son Ahmad
Raya and the Last Dragon
Best Original Song – Motion Picture
Be Alive from King Richard — Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, Dixson
Dos Orugitas from Encanto — Lin-Manuel Miranda
Down to Joy from Belfast — Van Morrison
Here I Am (Singing My Way Home) from Respect — Jamie Alexander Hartman, Jennifer Hudson, Carole King
No Time to Die from No Time to Die — Billie Eilish, Finneas O’Connell – WINNER
Best Picture, Foreign Language
Compartment No. 6
Drive My Car – WINNER
The Hand of God