February 03, 2021
The 78th edition of the Annual Golden Globe Awards will occur on Sunday, February 28, and will be a bicoastal event, with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler on hosting duties.
Plans for the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards have been concluded, and it will now take place on February 28, 2021. The 2021 edition of the awards will be bicoastal and co-hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
While Fey will host the ceremony live from the Rainbow Room of New York City's Rockefeller Center, Poehler will be hosting live from the Awards' usual location in California's Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Though Fey and Poehler would not be hosting the awards show from the same location, this marks the first time they will be hosting it together since 2015.
Fans will be delighted with the announcement after the novel coronavirus pandemic delayed the awards show for almost two months. Meanwhile, the nominations for the awards will be announced on Wednesday.
"Empire" star Taraji P. Henson and actress Sarah Jessica Parker would appear live on NBC's "The Today Show" to read some of the nominees. The nomination ceremony will be streamed live on the Golden Globes' official Facebook page and website.
It is yet to be known if award presenters and nominees will attend the show in person, virtually, or both.
Fans will be eager to catch up with the nomination ceremony as many of them and experts alike have been debating hard on which films and performances will bag nominations.
While they will wait a short while to determine if their predictions are correct, they already know who will receive an award during the awards show.
Late in January, it was announced that seven-time Golden Globe Award winner Jane Fonda will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the awards ceremony.
In a statement, the President of The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, HFPA, Ali Sar, said the association takes great pride in bestowing the 83-year-old Fonda with the award.
However, some details of the awards show remain unknown. It is yet to be known if award presenters and nominees will attend the show in person, virtually, or both.
While the countdown to the awards show begins, HFPA, NBC, and Golden Globes producers Dick Clark Productions continue to perfect plans for a seamless show while adjusting to the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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