The Golden Globes non-ceremony might have something to teach the Oscars

As pilloried as last year’s Oscars telecast was for its clunky combination of in-person and remote staging, the largely obscure movies that dominated its slate of nominees and its notoriously underwhelming ending, the show’s producers did some things right. The pre-party before the ceremony, held in a courtyard outside Los Angeles’s retro-elegant Union Station, felt like a relaxed, genuinely spontaneous alternative to the red carpet, giving viewers a peek into a glamorous, exclusive party. Once Regina King made her triumphant strut into the station to kick off the awards, however, the proceedings easily could have been kept private, with winners’ speeches being beamed over social media, their reactions captured immediately afterward, and everyone spared the indignity of Glenn Close dancing to “Da Butt.”



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