Golden Globes Honor Frontline Workers In Live Audience

The partnership between the Golden Globes and Feeding America allowed frontline workers to attend the event.

Golden Globes Honor Frontline Workers In Live Audience

   The Golden Globes is a very important award show to many production companies and many feared it would not have been able to be held this year because of COVID-19, but thankfully it was able to be done, just in a different way rather than the traditional way it was always held. This year’s event was pushed back because the number of COVID-19 cases were still high in the United States; so, instead of it’s usual airing date in January, the show was aired in February with a few changes. 

   Generally the audience at the Golden Globes is filled with celebrities, but this year the Golden Globes had a different audience. With the Globes’ philanthropic partnership with Feeding America, they invited frontline workers who have worked tirelessly to help stop the spread of COVID-19 to be the audience at the Golden Globes. 

   Along with frontline workers as the audience, another difference at the Globes’ was how Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosted this event from two different locations. Tina Fey hosted from Rainbow Room in New York City, while Amy Poehler hosted from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. This was to help prevent any spread of COVID-19 at this event.  

   Many were grateful that the Golden Globes did this as a way to reward these frontline workers as they are being recognized for their tireless efforts in helping stop the spread of COVID-19. 

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