There is a lot of excitement among some stars online after the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) announced the nominations for the 2023 Golden Globes on Monday (December 12). Hugh Jackman (54), who was nominated for best drama leading actor for his role in 'The Son', shares a video on Instagram and thanks the Globes directly.
'It's a great honor. It means a lot to me, especially this year given the incredible performances that have been achieved.' Jackman 'really appreciates' his nomination.Kaley Cuoco, Rihanna, Angela Bassett and more
Kaley Cuoco (37), nominated for her role in the series 'The Flight Attendant', is overwhelmed in an Instagram story: 'Shocked would be an understatement. Thank you !!!!' Viola Davis (57) also feels 'honored' to have been nominated for a Golden Globe as best leading actress ('The Woman King').
Meanwhile, singer Rihanna (34) is happy via Twitter: 'God show you!' Her song 'Lift Me Up' in 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' could win Best Original Song.
'Thank you very much! This is beyond exciting,' writes Ana de Armas (34) in an Instagram story that was nominated for her performance in the Netflix biopic 'Blonde'.Jamie Lee Curtis dances on Instagram
The two nominated supporting actresses Angela Bassett (64, 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever') and Jamie Lee Curtis (64, 'Everything Everywhere All at Once') also spoke up. 'I'm thrilled to be nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress [...] As an actress, you never know where a role will take us, but we can always determine where the role will take us,' writes Bassett Instagram.
Curtis celebrates her nomination with a dance video: 'The same dance I did both on set for the daily warm up and this morning when I heard the news that 'Everything Everywhere All at Once' was nominated for a Golden Globe.' Curtis also emphasizes that such successes are 'always a group effort'.
January 10, 2023 will show whether those acting talents can also look forward to an award. The awards ceremony will be held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. US comedian Jerrod Carmichael (35) will moderate the event, which will be broadcast live on NBC and Peacock.
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