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Today, celebrities near and far are heading to the salons to beautify themselves and get ready for one of the most important nights in entertainment. The 2019 Golden Globe Awards!

This year’s 76th Golden Globe awards are being hosted by funny man Andy Samberg and the sassy Sandra Oh, at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills California. These awards honor the best in Film and American television, as chosen by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

NBC, the network bringing the Golden Globes to our living rooms, is also bringing the awards to its Facebook page. Thus, anyone with a Facebook account can watch a live stream of the awards. Nothing is impeding you from watching the awards tonight, not even if you are at work.

With so many superb actors with amazing roles being nominated, The Hollywood Foreign Press will have a difficult time deciding who will walk away with a trophy tonight. There are 25 categories at the Golden Globes, 14 trophies are handed out for film and 11 for television.

The Golden Globes are considered to be the kickoff of the annual Hollywood award season, building towards the Oscars. Since alcohol is served during the Ceremony, The Globes are considered to be less formal and more entertaining than any other award show.

Some of this year’s nominees are Black Panther, Bohemian Rhapsody and Vice (produced by Brad Pitt) in the category of Best Motion Picture. For Best Performance in Drama of course, both Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga have been nominated. For a complete list of nominees please click on the link below. A quick lowdown on the nominees:

Sandra Bertola
Sandra Bertola

Journalist/ reporter (Inglés)

Sandra Bertola began her journalistic career in New York City. Being of Colombian-Italian descent, she desired to disseminate the news in her native tongue to the Latin community. She received her B.A. in Media Communications from Hunter College and studied journalism at New York University. The first few years in her career she reported hard news for a Spanish Network and eventually, made her way into entertainment news. She produced and anchored “Que Pasa NYC”, a magazine type television show highlighting the trends in NY. After 10 years in broadcast, Sandra gave up her career to become a stay at home mom. After a few years, missing her profession, she helped guide and produce a kids show at KiDz Hub Media Network. Now, she is happy to join the team of My Lifestyle Magazine and return to her first love, her passion, , journalism!

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