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What the Golden Globes didn’t show: Austin Butler can’t stop Elvis, and Jennifer Coolidge swarmed.

The Golden Globes celebrated in primetime on Tuesday.

Following NBC’s refusal to air the awards show in 2022 due to the scandal-plagued Hollywood Foreign Press Association, TV viewers witnessed Hollywood glitz and awards season gravitas, with Steven Spielberg’s “The Fabelmans” and “The Banshees of Inisherin” setting the pace with two major movie wins each.

In his Cecil B. DeMille Award speech, Eddie Murphy mocked Will Smith’s infamous Oscar slap, and host Jerrod Carmichael spiked Tom Cruise with a joke.

The onstage scene at the Beverly Hilton, however, was only part of the story.

What you missed at the 80th Golden Globe Awards:

Cole Hauser, the star of ‘Yellowstone,’ is losing money because of his swearing.

Cole Hauser, star of “Yellowstone,” was adorable with wife Cynthia during the show, sitting with his arm around her chair as if it were date night. Earlier on the red carpet, Hauser admitted he’s failing miserably at his New Year’s resolution to daughter Steely Rose.

“Every time I swear, my daughter says I have to pay her a dollar,” Hauser says.

“He’s not very successful with that right now,” his wife of 16 years added.

Despite the increasing payout, Hauser claims that the only disadvantage of “Yellowstone’s” phenomenal success is that it “takes me away” from his family.

“It’s difficult because I feel like everyone owns my husband right now,” Cynthia added. “And all we want is to spend time with him. It’s the time that’s difficult.”

Twice Upon a Time in Hollywood with Brad Pitt and Quentin Tarantino

Brad Pitt was nominated for his supporting role in “Babylon,” but the newly cleaned-up star relived his glory days with “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” director Quentin Tarantino.

The two began hanging out minutes after the ballroom doors opened, and the bro-fest never stopped, with Pitt frequently throwing his head back in laughter at Tarantino’s arm-waving animated tales. Pitt never lost his smile from his stage-side seat, even if he left empty-handed.

Rihanna calls Ryan Coogler’s house.

Rihanna skipped the Golden Globes red carpet. But the best original song nominee (for “Lift Me Up” from “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”) was a major player inside the ballroom, especially after arriving fashionably late in a jaw-dropping gown with boyfriend A$AP Rocky, father of her son born in May.

Late in the show, director Ryan Coogler and wife Zinzi Evans FaceTimed with their young child, which piqued Rihanna’s interest. Coogler handed the phone to Rihanna, who greeted him warmly.

A$AP Rocky was the ideal Globes date, holding Rihanna’s clutch and making sure no one stepped on her gown as the two exited the show early.

Austin Butler can’t help but sound like Elvis Presley.

If you thought Austin Butler sounded like Elvis Presley after appearing in Baz Luhrmann’s biopic “Elvis,” you’re not alone.

Backstage, the 31-year-old actor, who won best drama actor for his portrayal of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, said he hears from fans about the continued vocal resemblance but swears it’s unintentional.

“I don’t think I sound anything like him, but I guess I do.” “Butler stated. “It’s similar to when someone spends a long time in another country.

Amanda Seyfried refused to give an acceptance speech for the iPhone.

Hauser and Mo Brings Plenty of “Yellowstone” announced Amanda Seyfried as the winner of the best limited series actress award for her role in “The Dropout,” but said the actress was working on a new musical and couldn’t accept the award in person. Everything is correct.

But they didn’t hear the cries from “The Dropout” table or see the video call with a casually dressed Seyfried, seemingly ready to speak from an iPhone held outstretched in her hand. At the very least, Seyfried witnessed the honour in real time.

Jennifer Coolidge is drowning in a sea of selfies.

Jennifer Coolidge, star of “White Lotus,” killed it onstage during her hilarious best actress in a limited series speech. Coolidge was nearly consumed by a sea of selfie-seeking fans at the official Billboard/HFPA Golden Globes afterparty. Coolidge managed to get her Globe personalised at the party’s engraving stand, after fellow winners “Black Bird” star Paul Walter Hauser and “Abbott Elementary” star Tyler James Williams.

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