The 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards is finally happening! But this time it’s a bit different, primarily due to the ongoing fear of COVID-19 pandemic. Protocols have barricaded the gathering of a gigantic crowd, yet the award night is being made to reach a wider audience through the virtual platform.
Almost all the Hollywood celebrities are showering their love and blessings to the nominees of the Golden Globes 2021, and here we have Kerry Washington sharing a throwback image of her First Golden Globes Awards.
Sharing a vintage photograph celebrating her Black History, Kerry Washington had garnered wider attention during the ‘Black History Month.” Of late, the actress has come up with a heart touching throwback snapshot of her first Golden Globes, sharing all her love and concern for the nominees chosen for the awards this year.
Kerry Washington offered a sneak-peek into her First Golden Globe Awards
“This is a photo from my very first @goldenglobes. I was there with @iamjamiefoxx and @iamreginaking Our beloved movie RAY was nominated for best picture. It was an extraordinary night. And I was so proud to be there in this dazzling Narcisco Rodriguez gown. I want to say CONGRATULATIONS to ALL of tonight’s nominees. I’m sooooo thrilled that our film @promnetflix is nominated in the very same category that RAY was. I’m so proud to be part of a film that celebrates humanity, diversity, inclusivity and belonging. I’m so honored to be presenting to a person who also fights for those same values in everything she does. And for all those reasons… let me just also say that as we celebrate let’s acknowledge that change is necessary…,” posted the actress.
She looked extremely gorgeous in a pale aqua blue backless gown, holding a black fancy clutch, with her radiant smile.
Along with this she also congratulates all the nominees for the 78th Golden Globe Awards. She expressed her boundless joy at her movie ‘Prom Netflix’ which was nominated for the best picture category this year. She exclaimed that she was proud to be a part of this film which celebrated humanity, diversity, inclusivity and belonging in every sense possibly.