Daniel Kaluuya accepts Golden Globe victory after technical difficulties: “You made me dirty”

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The 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards will be broadcast live on February 28th

And the winner is Daniel Kaluuya!

At the Golden Globes on Sunday evening, the 32-year-old actor won Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for his appearance in Judas and the black messiah.

The actor hit Sacha Baron Cohen (The Chicago Trial 7), Jared Leto (COM)The little things), Bill Murray (On the rocks) and Leslie Odom Jr. (One night in Miami) for the award.

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After Laura Dern presented him with the victory, Kaluuya initially had technical difficulties performing virtually before appearing on screen later, ready to accept the prestigious honor. “You made me dirty,” joked the actor.

“I will save all of this for the HFPA,” added Kaluuya, referring to the recent controversy over the shortage of black members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

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This is Kaluuya’s first Golden Globe win and second nomination. The actor was previously nominated for best actor in a musical or comedy for his leading role in 2018 Go out.

Judas and the black messiah follows Black Panther chairman Fred Hampton (Kaluuya) and FBI informant Bill O’Neal (Lakeith Stanfield) who killed Hamptons in an FBI raid.

O’Neal, a teenager at the time, is believed to have poisoned 21-year-old Hampton to get him to sleep from the fatal robbery that killed him.

Speak with The Washington Post Regarding the film, Kaluuya said he was overwhelmed by the brilliance of its character as he examined the role of Hampton.

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“I was impressed with how brilliant his mind was. How much he knew and how much he cared, how much he loved and how much he did,” said the actor.

Kaluuya stated that he accepted the role of “serving Chairman Fred to serve the Black Panther Party”.

“He was silenced, erased and murdered, physically and culturally,” he added. “This is an opportunity to get him into his rightful position.”

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Brad Pitt took home the Best Supporting Actor award last year Once upon a time … in Hollywood.

“When I first started, those names that were just listed were like gods to me. This is an honor in itself,” Pitt began his acceptance speech, praising his competitors.

He also turned to his beloved costar Leonardo DiCaprio.

“I also have to thank my crime partner, LDC,” said Pitt. “In front The revenantYear after year, I watched his colleagues accept awards and thank him very much. I know why. He’s an all star, he’s a gent and I wouldn’t be here without you man. I thank you.”

The 2021 Golden Globe nominations were announced earlier this month starring David Fincher’s Netflix drama Deficiency with six nods, received the most nominations from any film. Another Netflix movie The Chicago 7 trial, closely followed by five nominations.

The 78th Annual Golden Globes Awards will air live on NBC from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET.

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