Some of the world’s biggest screen stars have offered viewers a very rare glimpse inside their homes while virtually tuning in to the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday.
And while a select few lucky stars accepted their Golden Globe wins with impassioned speeches, many who tuned in were more distracted by the interior of Hollywood’s most rich and famous.
‘Golden Globes bringing red carpet fashion AND home decor insights?! got to love it,’ enthused one viewer, while a second joked: ‘Not going to lie. The best part about these at-home award shows is you get to look inside these people’s homes and judge their interior decor.’
Jared Leto (pictured) may not have been a winner on the night – but his white and black zig zag patterned sofa certainly took the spotlight
Before being joined by her family – including mother Goldie Hawn – Kate Hudson could be seen sitting on a very Boho-chic style chaise lounge
Kate steals the show in a custom Louis Vuitton gown
Kate Hudson oozed glamour for the Golden Globes this weekend thanks to stylist Sophie Lopez.
The actress got dressed up in a custom Louis Vuitton gown and Bulgari earrings for the glamorous event. And although she didn’t step on to the red carpet wearing the gown, she still make a stellar statement by attending virtually.
Well, if you’re celebrating being nominated in your living room, you might as well do it in style!
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Kaley Cuoco, seen prior to the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards, posed in front of her LA mansion which features luxurious pool and stunning balcony views
Jared Leto, who was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for The Little Things, may not have been a winner on the night – but his white and black zig zag patterned sofa certainly took the spotlight.
Meanwhile, the minimalist white bookshelf that could be seen in the background drew comparisons to one previously spotted in a video call behind Barack Obama – leading some viewers to question: ‘Did everyone get the same decor background for these virtual interviews?!’
Kate Hudson, 41, who was nominated for best actress in a motion picture musical or comedy for her performance in Music, appeared during the broadcast from her Los Angeles home, surrounded by her family members – including her mother Goldie Hawn.
But a solo appearance offered a sneak peak the very Boho-chic style chaise lounge they all perched on, which was intricately embroidered with several elements of nature – including branches, flowers and birds.
Diane Warren’s industrial style room was perhaps the most unusual of the night, with its concrete seating area complete with leather cushions
Simone Ledward (pictured) spoke from a minimalist living room, featuring neutral-coloured crushed velvet sofa and black and white modern prints
Elsewhere, the wife of late actor Chadwick Boseman broke down in tears as he won a posthumous Golden Globe at Sunday’s awards.
Speaking from a minimalist living room, featuring cream crushed velvet sofa and black and white modern prints completed with a simple gold frame, his widow Simone Ledward said the actor would ‘thank his ancestors’ as she accepted the award on his behalf.
Josh O’Connor, winner of Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series ‘Drama for ‘The Crown’ also joined the ceremony from a simplistic, neutral-coloured room.
It featured white walls, pleated mink curtains, and a pink glass lamp with beige shade which stood on a black glossy table.
And several celebrities decided to set up their Zoom cameras with book shelves as a backdrop – including Peter Morgan, who accepted the Best Drama Series award for ‘The Crown,’ and Daniel Kaluuya, winner of Best Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture for ‘Judas and the Black Messiah.’
William Horberg also showed off his impressive book collection as he accepted the Best Television Motion Picture award for ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ via video.
Josh O’Connor, winner of Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series ‘Drama for ‘The Crown’ spoke from a neutral-coloured room, which featured white walls, pleated mink curtains, and a pink glass lamp with beige shade which stood on a black glossy table (pictured)
Jason Sudeikis, winner of Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series Musical or Comedy for ‘Ted Lasso’ showed off a white fireplace complete with flowers and silver ornaments
Yahya Abdul-Mateen (pictured) offered a glimpse into his lounge, which boasted a suede sofa bed and simplistic shelf with ornaments
Meanwhile, Kaley Cuoco, seen prior to the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards, shared a snap of herself posing in front of the luxurious pool at her LA mansion, which also boasts stunning balcony views.
However, it was Diane Warren’s industrial style room which was perhaps the most unusual of the night.
As she accepted the Best Song Motion Picture award for ‘Io Sì (Seen)’ from Netflix’s ‘The Life Ahead,’ the songwriter offered a sneak peak into a room which featured a concrete seating area complete with brown leather cushions and a wooden beam.
This year’s ceremony, which usually takes place in early January, was pushed back to February 28 as Hollywood continues to adjust to the coronavirus pandemic and new safety guidelines.
Peter Morgan, who accepted the Best Drama Series award for ‘The Crown,’ was one of several nominees who set up their cameras in front of a book shelf
William Horberg also showed off his impressive book collection as he accepted the Best Television Motion Picture award for ‘The Queen’s Gambit’ via video
Daniel Kaluuya, winner of Best Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture for ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ also appeared to be a book worm
And viewers were delighted to have been given the opportunity to have a nose around some of the houses – with many branding it the best part of this year’s Golden Globe Awards.
‘Am I the only one taking notes about the decor of all the nominees homes?’ wrote one, while a second commented: ‘Let’s face it, we’re all really just looking at the celeb’s home decor.’
A third penned: ‘I’m here for the home decor in the background,’ while a fourth wrote:
‘The best part of the #GoldenGlobes — critiquing all the rooms and background decor of the nominees.