The Golden Globes Bet on Black with Davis and Glover

by jhill1010

January 9, 2017

As jacked up as 2016 was, it’s easy to forget that is was also a phenomenal year for Black art.

Thankfully, and perhaps surprisingly, the Golden Globes did NOT forget!

Last night saw major recognition for some of our best and brightest with Viola Davis getting the gold for her tremendous work in “Fences,” Donald Glover won best actor for “Atlanta” — which also won Best Comedy series; Tracee Ellis Ross won for her role on “Black-ish” and “Moonlight” — the story of a young man dealing with his sexuality into adulthood — took top prize for Best Picture, Drama.

Not everyone won last night, but next month (shameless plug) the 48th NAACP Image Awards will be airing RIGHT HERE and maybe some of your favorites like “Insecure” and “Underground” will get their due.

In the meantime, take a look at last night’s winners (and their co-stars) as they hit the red carpet looking sharp as hell.

 

 

TELL US: What show or actors did you think got snubbed last night?

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