This year’s Golden Globes was the most racially diverse in 74-years, as long as the show has been around. What a far cry from last year’s Oscar debacle. And diverse is the way it should be. Regardless or your racial preference – or not as the case may be – we live in a world where talent is talent and entertainment is entertainment. Yes – we do automatically draw and align to images of ourselves but the melting pop of humanity is no longer as “divided” as it was 20, 10 or even 5 years ago.
I for one am truly celebrating this year’s Golden Globe Awards, from Red Carpet to Ceremony Recipients.
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And when Tracee Ellis Ross won for Best Actress? The internet went crazy!
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— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) January 9, 2017