Chadwick Boseman’s widow thrills at the Golden Globes: ‘You’re still with them’

The Golden Globes celebrated one of their most complicated galasTherefore, to the objective of setting up a three-hour ceremony with continuous video calls, was added having to face the accusations of corruption and favorable treatment accumulated by the organization.

Like the Emmys and Latin Grammys, these accolades adapted their format to the pandemic. There was no red carpet, no star gathering, no after parties and they pulled a lot of video calls.

The memory of Chadwick Boseman, who died in 2020 at the age of 43, flew over the gala when he posthumously won the award for best dramatic actor for “The mother of blues”.

His widow, Taylor simone ledward, accepted the award on his behalf: “He would have said something beautiful, something inspiring, something that would amplify the little voice that is in all of us (…) I don’t have his words, but we have to take every moment to celebrate with those we love”She said through tears.