Ali Wong and Steven Yeun both won Golden Globes for ‘Beef’

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Last night it was fun to see Ali Wong and Bill Hader, both nominees and dating (maybe for two years it’s hard to tell), kiss when her name was announced! Ali won Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series for Beef. When ET’s Melvin Robert asked her in an interview after the awards about kissing Bill she played coy and said she didn’t remember much.

Ali was in a white column gown with a single off the shoulder strap. I love how elegantly it’s draped and I also appreciate that she wore her signature glasses.

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OK I like them together!
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Here is Ali’s acceptance speech, it was short and sweet.

Steven Yeun also won Best Actor for Beef! I can so relate to his admission in his acceptance speech that he thinks of himself as isolated and separate, that was deep, and I like how he lightened it by saying that it sounded like the plot to Frozen. The AP, ET and I think some other outlets are reporting that Ali and Steven are the first Asian-American actors to win in the limited series category, but a lot of people are pointing out that Darren Criss, who is Filipino, won in 2019. (I have not seen Beef yet due to the things we found out about actor David Choe.)

Nominee Greta Lee was also in white, in Loewe. Look at how gorgeous she is! This dress is amazing. I saw Past Lives over the break and I think she can definitely act and that we’ll be seeing Greta at the Oscars. The nominations come out on January 23.

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Elizabeth Olsen was in a white Vivienne Westwood corset gown with lace panels at the waist and hem. I don’t like this gown or her styling. Her makeup is so unflattering. Elizabeth was nominated in the same category as Ali, for Love & Death.

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  1. JustyBitchy says:

    Ali Wong was delightful-but if I were her I’d steer clear of Bill Hader.

    • orangeowl says:

      Oh no, why? I love her, too.

    • BW says:

      If I was Bill, I’d steer clear of Ali Wong. She really insulted her husband in all three stand-ups I watched of hers. Viciously insulted her own husband, while she was pregnant with his children, twice. The third time, he asked for a divorce. I don’t blame him. I was cringing at those jokes, not laughing.

      • sunny says:

        I mean, she is a comedian. But I admit i was shocked that her last comedy special was all about how over marriage she was, how she got married because she was scared her career was going nowhere and now that she was famous, she could only think about the dick she was missing. She and her husband announced their split soon after.

        Anyway, she is talented and gorgeous, and Bill Harder is very talented and attractive(and rumours have it excellent in bed). Good luck to them.

        It was nice to see Beef get attention. That was a very good show with excellent performances. I thought it ran a few too many episodes long but other than that was wonderful.

    • Kirsten says:

      Wait, why? I’ve never heard anything bad about him — including from exes — and people seem to love working with him.

  2. Amy Bee says:

    I haven’t watched Beef for the same reason but I will someday. Her previous Netflix movie (I can’t remember the name, Keanu was in it) was really funny. These white/cream dresses are all beautiful.

  3. orangeowl says:

    I was so happy to see both of them win for Beef, I was telling everyone I know that their performances were just amazing (I watched it before the David Choe stuff came out). The show was a unique combination of bonkers and poignant and truly they knocked their roles out of the park. Very well deserved wins.

    • Kate says:

      Yes their acting and the show itself was outstanding. I like her and was impressed with how well she does drama.

    • sunny says:

      Thanks for bringing up the Chloe stuff. i almost forgot about it. That was disgusting and a terrible look for both her and Steve.

  4. SAS says:

    I really like both of them so I’m happy they won, but man I just could not get into Beef at all. Sounds like it’s for the best I didn’t give it views.

    Greta Lee looks incredible! I wonder if it’s for the best that we don’t have a view of the bedsheet-y back. That ivory is so rich-looking compared to the other white gowns. Can’t wait to see more of her.

    • Mimi says:

      I kept watching it because I swore it would get better (it HAD to get better), but the plot is just stupid and the characters unlikeable.

      • NotTheOne says:

        Same. But it was making me anxious and in a bad mood about why people were acting so stupid. Had to stop.

  5. Paintergal says:

    I hated Beef but they are both decent actors so congrats!

  6. Nikomikaelx says:

    Beef was amazing, Ali and Steven were great in it and i was rooting for them to win !

    Greta looks amazing here too, i usually allways love whatever Loewe makes so thats not suprising haha

    The panels look so weird in Olsens dress, there was so many weird dresses with bad hem / bottom details last night.

  7. Sunday says:

    This is why integrity matters – because prior to finding out the disgusting things about David Cho, Ali Wong and Steven Yeun were both people I personally enjoyed and rooted for, and now their wins are forever entangled with their decision to support an abuser. Sad. And FWIW, I was midway through BEEF when the story broke and his role could have literallly been done by anyone, he wasn’t “crucial” to the story he’s just their friend and so they don’t care about his vile, racist abusive history. That’s it, and it’s gross. Congrats, though…

    • girl_ninja says:

      + 1 And I really enjoyed Steven Yeun from Walking Dead and have been so happy for all of his subsequent success. It was pretty disappointing that he just let Cho’s behavior/actions slide.

  8. Karlie says:

    I’m interested in past lives but it looks like it’ll leave me feeling sad or existential. Am I way off? I love Greta.

  9. Lens says:

    I was low key irritated with the golden globes decision to put the Beef group way out in hinterland when they should have known it was a big contender for awards. The golden globes are always such a maze of round tables to wind yourself through and Ali Wong looked pretty confused trying to get through it. They are such star f–ckers -that’s who always are in the front rows. Not those who are in the short list of who actually will win and need to be up close.

    • BQM says:

      Tv is always exiled to the back. Which is rather odd given that so many big names are doing series though. You need to be Harrison ford and Helen mirren to not be in the back when nominated for tv.

  10. Tulip says:

    Greta Lee is stunning and a total goddess in that dress. Gorgeous hair, perfect styling. Best look of the night by far.

    • MoxyLady007 says:

      I agree so hard. Best look. Its simplicity is so controlled and so hard to pull off to a truly elevated level sometimes. But this is everything.

  11. L4Frimaire says:

    I saw Beef and it was well done. Terrible characters, like the worst people but well done. I was really disappointed about the controversy with David Cho and how no one took any responsibility and just punted on it. Was kind of disgusted about it. Everyone is happy for their win so congrats to them.