For now, we honor those who captured the weird spirit of this year’s ceremony.
If there was a background equivalent of Miss Congeniality, this was it. Daniels’ no-frills bedroom background was unfussy and incredibly relatable, complete with what looked like an unmade bed. In fact, I had to go into my guest bedroom to make sure Jeff Daniels, nominated for “The Comey Rule,” wasn’t just hanging out in there. I was disappointed to find he was not because that would have been so cool I would have been able to look past the illegal trespassing.
Rosamund Pike, cover-worthy star
On the opposite end of Sudekis on spectrum of Globes fashion, Rosamund Pike (“I Care A Lot”) brought glamor and style to her Globes situation. Here clothing was on-point, her background seemed borrowed from a magazine shoot and whatever set she chose to sit on allowed her to strike easy and elegant poses. Perfection. Other glam winners included Emma Corrin (“The Crown”) and Anya Taylor-Joy (“The Queen’s Gambit”).
Kate Hudson and family, bubbly brood
When the movie you’re nominated for is as problematic as they come, what’s a gal to do? Invite your super famous family members over to populate your couch with star power and good vibes.
Lee Isaac Chung, doting dad
Look, a lot of people have been working and Zooming with their kids running amok in the background all year. So why not invite them to the fun stuff, too? Bonus: Congratulatory cuddles from little humans make for adorable television. Honorable mentions in this category go to Mark Ruffalo and Nicole Kidman/Keith Urban, who also had their children around to celebrate.
Anyone with a dog