Golden Globes 2023: The nominees and how to watch
Daniel Craig, Olivia Colman and Bill Nighy are among the British stars competing for top awards
Hollywood's biggest stars are gearing up for the 2023 Golden Globes, as awards season finally kicks into full swing.
The TV and film ceremony, which is the main precursor to the Oscars, is being broadcast for the first time since 2021, following a boycott last year.
Here is everything you need to know about this year's event.
When are the 2023 Golden Globes?
The 2023 Golden Globes will kick off at 1am GMT on Wednesday, 11 January.
Comedian Jerrod Carmichael will host the awards show live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.
How to watch the Golden Globes live in the UK
UK viewers can watch the Golden Globes via NBC's streaming service Peacock, which is available through Sky and NOW.
What happened last year?
Last year's Golden Gloves were held behind closed doors after its organising body, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), faced heavy criticism over its lack of Black members.
Due to the controversy, NBC refused to broadcast the awards show, meaning the winners were only announced online.
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But it agreed to show the event this year after the HFPA vowed make greater efforts to diversify its voting pool.
Who is nominated?
Martin McDonagh's dark comedy The Banshees of Inisherin leads this year's nominations with eight.
The multiverse-themed Everything Everywhere All At Once has six nods, while the epic period drama Babylon and Steven Spielberg's The Fabelmans both have five.
Several British actors are nominated for top awards, including Daniel Craig (Glass Onion), Dame Emma Thompson (Good Luck to You, Leo Grande) and Olivia Colman (Empire of Light).
The other homegrown stars up for gongs are Bill Nighy (Living), Lesley Manville (Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris), Carey Mulligan (She Said), Eddie Redmayne (The Good Nurse) and Ralph Fiennes (The Menu).
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Brendan Fraser is hotly tipped to win for his role in psychological drama The Whale, which marks his long-awaited Hollywood comeback.
However, he will boycott the ceremony after alleging he was sexually assaulted by ex-HFPA president Philip Berk in 2003. Berk has denied any wrongdoing.
Top Gun: Maverick star Tom Cruise is also expected to snub the event, after returning his three Golden Globes in protest against the HFPA in 2021.
In the best directing category, no female directors were nominated, with the likes of James Cameron (Avatar: The Way of Water), Steven Spielberg (The Fablemans) and Baz Luhrmann (Elvis) all receiving nods.
Taylor Swift will take on fellow pop stars Rihanna and Lady Gaga after being nominated in the category for best original song.
Comedy legend Eddie Murphy and Glee creator Ryan Murphy will both receive honorary awards.
In the TV categories, US sitcom Abbott Elementary leads the way with five nods, while there are four nominations apiece for The Crown, Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, Only Murders in the Building, Pam & Tommy and The White Lotus.
Who will present the awards?
Awards will be presented by stars including Quentin Tarantino, Jamie Lee Curtis and Jenna Ortega.
Ana De Armas, who is nominated for her performance as Marilyn Monroe in Blonde, is also part of the presenting line-up.
Other celebrities on hosting duty include Letitia Wright, Jennifer Coolidge, Jennifer Hudson, Salma Hayek, Hilary Swank and Natasha Lyonne.
Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky will take part in the ceremony, offering a special message of peace.
The former actor's video message will be introduced by Sean Penn, who is making a documentary about Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
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