You heard it correctly: Emma Stone has apologized for “Aloha.”
During the opening monologue for the 76th Golden Globes on Sunday, host Sandra Oh joked that “Crazy Rich Asians” was the first Hollywood studio film with an Asian American lead since “Ghost in the Shell” and “Aloha.”
An audible “I’m sorry” was shouted from the audience during the telecast. Stone, who was cast in “Aloha” as a part-Asian character, confirmed to The Times afterward that she was the one who yelled out the apology.
It turns out you don’t have to be an A-list Hollywood star to make a big impression at the Golden Globes red carpet.
Social media has crowned a woman serving Fiji Water to the attendees the winner of the red carpet at the 76th Golden Globe Awards. She was seen lurking in the background of many photos of the celebrities on Sunday.
“It’s all strategic,” the Fiji Water photo-bomber told The Times. “You’ve got to angle.”
Mermaid gowns looked stranded without style on the red carpet at Sunday’s Golden Globes.
Of the favored silhouettes worn by celebrities at the 76th awards ceremony at the Beverly Hilton, the one that clung to a woman’s torso and expanded dramatically with yards of fabric around the legs looked simply dated.
In red, the gown appeared to have been borrowed from the emoji flamenco dancer’s closet. Among the celebrities who took the risk of being turned into a meme were “The Americans” actress Holly Taylor in a scarlet halter style.