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1An award given by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, presented annually for outstanding achievement in film and television.‘she just won her fourth Golden Globe’
- ‘He took home the Golden Globe a couple of times for lead actor in a dramatic series.’
- ‘His wife had this great party for him to congratulate him on his Golden Globe.’
- ‘It has deservedly won the best picture Golden Globe and will no doubt inspire a new generation to read Virginia Woolf.’
- ‘His performance earned him both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor in 1964.’
- ‘Many of the other cast members have been nominated for Golden Globes or Oscars.’
- 1.1the Golden Globes The annual presentation of the Golden Globes.‘it was named best foreign language film at the recent Golden Globes’
- ‘It is also what led to his Best Actor award at the Golden Globes.’
- ‘The Golden Globes are traditionally held on the third Sunday of January.’
- ‘The film has also been nominated for Best Dramatic Film in this year's Golden Globes, with Brody also receiving a nod for Best Actor.’
- ‘Ken coiffed Kim Cattrall's hair for the recent Golden Globes.’
- ‘Despite DiCaprio's win at the Golden Globes, the momentum seems to be with Foxx.’
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