Golden Globes, over the years, has not just been a stage to confer the best but also a stage to send messages to the world. And keeping up with the tradition, celebs used the same to speak what they feel about the ongoing instances across the world.
Russell Crowe, who was back home in Australia during the award ceremony, urged the world to take climate change seriously in a message that was read by Jennifer Aniston on his behalf. Russell won the Golden Globe for Showtime’s The Loudest Voice,
Similarly, Cate Blanchett raised her concerned about the need to consider climate change as a potential threat.
Patricia Arquette, who won a Golden Globe for her performance in a supporting role for the American Web series The Act, talked about the US actions on Iran.
Joaquin Phoenix, accepting for Joker, focused on the need to vote in the upcoming election in the USA.
Michelle Williams, who won under the Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television category, talked about women empowerment.
Jared Harris, the Chernobyl actor, also focused his attention and speech on the rising tension between Iran and the USA.
Nicole Kidman, a nominee for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, mentioned the fires raging in Australia.