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Saturday, January 27, 2007

Jennifer Hudson, Eddie Murphy, America Ferrera, Forrest Whitaker, Terrell Owens, Kim Etheridge

Clark Dark here with news from Hollywood about the winners of this year's GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS.

Winners in the 2007 GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS
ceremony on Monday, January 15, 2007 heralded the achievements of some newcomers in the industry. Among them Jennifer Hudson, late of American Idol last season, but currently featured in the starstudded musical film production of the Broadawy hot, "DreamGirls" is the winner of the Best Supporting Actress award. Hudson along with veterean comic actor and comedian Eddie Murphy who won the Best Supporting Actor award for his first dramtic role on film, gave stellar performances in the story of three young women from Detroit in the 1960s who find fame,fortune and misfortune. The story is loosely based on the true story of the most popular of all girl groups from the era, The Supremes.
The GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS
are given by the foreign press to film and television productions and actors from around the world every year at this time in Hollywood. The winners of the GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS often go on to win the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Oscar) Awards in their category.

Another newcomer to win this year is favorite
America Ferrera. Ferrera won top honors in the category Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series - Musical Or Comedy. America Ferrera is the actress who portrays the title character in the television program "Ugly Betty" which won Best Television Series - Musical Or Comedy.

Other winners at the ceremony this year were: Forest Whitaker, Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama for his role in "The Last King of Scotland". Whitaker plays the part of the late Ugandan presidential dictator Idi Amin. Martin Scorsese – The Departed, won Best Director - Motion Picture.

Best Original Song - Motion Picture honors went to His Purpleness, PRINCE for "The Song Of The Heart" from the film "Happy Feet".

Helen Mirren, received dual honors... Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama – "The Queen", and Best Performance by an Actress In A Mini-series or Motion Picture Made for Television for her role in "Elizabeth I". Seems Mirren has the lock on playing both QEI and QEII in television and motion picture productions.

The Cecil B. DeMille Award for Lifetime Achievement went to Warren Beatty.



Revisiting the continuing saga of Terrell Owens of the Dallas Cowboys...seems Kim Etheridge,
formerly publicist for T.O., aka, Owens' "fancy little football person", as described by the head of the Dallas Police Officers union, has acquiesced to the union official's demand for an apology. In a recent news story in a Dallas newspaper Etheridge in fact apologized for maligning the law enforcement personnel of the Dallas PD who were involved in the alleged "possible suicide attempt" by Owens last fall.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Bliss said...

Well, great she did. Now she can move on and find her successes elsewhere and do so confidently and clean. Good for her!

10:40 AM

 

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