2023 Golden Globe: Just Look At These Few, Beautiful Queer Nominees!

2023 Golden Globe Just Look At These Few, Beautiful Queer Nominees!

Queer stars and stories have been nominated at the 80th Golden Globe Awards. Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) announced its 2023 Golden Globe Award including a basketful of queer nominees.

Selenis Leyva of the new NBC comedy series Lopez vs. Lopez among with Helen Hoehne, the president of (HFPA) announced the list of nominees for the upcoming ceremony. 

Lookout The Queer Nominees

Nominees were selected by the votes of 96 members representing 62 different countries around the world. The voters were recruited from well-known foreign film festivals, international industry organizations, and journalism professionals.

2023 Golden Globe Just Look At These Few, Beautiful Queer Nominees!

Including the current members the total Golden Globe Award voting body has 52%of female members, 51.8% of the members are racially and ethnically diverse with 19.6% of Latinx, 12.1% of Asian, 10.1% of Black, and 10.1% Middle eastern. 

The banshees of Insishirin lead with eight nominations, and Everything Everywhere All At Once accrued six nominations. On the TV section, Abbot Elementary was nominated with five votes. The Crown, Only murders in the Building. Palm &Tommy, The White Lotus, and Dahmer- Monter: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story got four nominations each. 

Jeremy Pope was picked up as the Best actor in the category of the motion picture-drama for his role in The Inspection. He got up the nomination against Brendan Fraster, Huge Jackman, Austin Butler, and Bill Nighy.

Emma D’Arcy who is a non-binary actor was nominated as Best Actress in a Television series-drama for House of the Dragon in which she managed the role of Princess Rhaeneys Targaryen. In the category of best-supporting actress, Niecy Nash was nominated in a Limited Series for Dahmer-Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. 

Aubrey Plaza, a bisexual actress got her first-ever nomination at Golden Globe for playing the role of the wife of the newly rich man in the second season of The White Lotus. Todd Field’s psychological drama Tar staring  Cate Blanchett played a lesbian musical conductor and earned three nominations for best motion picture (drama), Best Actress in Motion Picture (Drama), and Best Screenplay (Motion Picture). 

Queer Nominees Of 2023 Golden Globe

For The Whale Brenden Fraser earned his nomination for his performance in the movie in which he made a strong comeback in the film industry. Daniel Craig was nominated for the second time in the golden globe for playing the role of a gay detective in the movie Glass Onion.

The Bisexual comedian Hannah Einbinder got her first nomination for her role in Hacks. Zendaya in Euphoria gained her first nomination for playing the role of troubled queer teen Rue. 

The 80th Globen globe Award will air on 10th January 2023 at 8 pm on NBC and peacock. The first Golden Globe award was held in 1943 at the 20th century-fox studio. 

The broadcast of ceremony was telecast to 167 countries worldwide. It is ranked the third most-watched award show each year. 

Golden Globe Award is an outstanding motion picture and television achievement. It is considered the second most important award both to the Academy Awards and the Emmy Award.

The awards include several categories in television and film, including motion picture, best actor, and actress. The award also honors animation films, music, screenwriting, direction, supporting acting performances, and foreign language films.

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In 2021, the HFPA faced criticism based on the representation of black, allegations of ethics violations, and lack of diversity, that year the ceremony was announced on social media. 

Amazon and Netflix announced to stop their activities with the HFPA until sufficient actions are made. Due to the criticism faced in previous years, the organization improved its actions on the representation of the queer communities to telecast the show in 2023. 

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Shone Palmer
Shone Palmer

I've been writing about LGBTQ issues for more than a decade as a journalist and content writer. I write about things that you care about. LGBTQ+ issues and intersectional topics, such as harmful stories about gender, sexuality, and other identities on the margins of society, I also write about mental health, social justice, and other things. I identify as queer, I'm asexual, I have HIV, and I just became a parent.

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