'We're In It Together':The Golden Globes Stars Who Sent Messages Of Support To Australia
The Australian bushfire crisis has been at the forefront of the minds of the celebs attending the Golden Globes this year.
In between jokes, awards, and glamour, actors took a moment to acknowledge the devastating bushfires raging across the country, sending their love to fans Down Under.
The Australian actor gave her thanks to presenters taking the time to mention the bushfire crisis -- and went a step further in thanking a very specific group of people.
"We’re all very grateful for the callouts to our compatriots so. thank you," Blanchett told the Globes audience.
"I want to do a special call-out to the volunteer firefighters at the centre of the climate disaster facing Australia," she said, adding that the whole world will be facing the climate crisis as one.
"We’re in it together," she said.
It was none other than our own Ang Bishop who asked Phoebe Waller-Bridge to confirm plans to support those affected by fires in Australia.
"We've hatched an amazing plan," the 'Fleabag' actor and creator said, describing her gorgeous shimmery suit by Australian fashion house Ralph & Russo.
"[It] is the most amazing thing I've ever worn and we're going to auction it and the money that is raised for it will go towards relief in Australia so I think it's a beautiful idea..."
Russell Crowe, Jennifer Aniston, Reece Witherspoon
Jennifer and Reese announced that Russell Crowe had won a Globe for his role in 'The Loudest Voice' -- the story of disgraced Fox News chairman Roger Ailes.
They explained that there was a very important reason why Russ wouldn't be accepting his award in person and that he had chosen to stay in Australia due to the bushfire crisis.
The duo sent their love to Australia and read out Crowe's acceptance speech.
"We need to act based on science, move our global workforce to renewable energy, and respect our planet for the unique and amazing place it is. That way, we all have a future."
The former 'James Bond' star appeared on stage with his two sons and sent a heartfelt message to Australia amid the bushfires.
"Stay strong, we're with you, God bless," Brosnan said.
It was an emotional night for Ellen, who received the honorary Carol Burnett Golden Globe. Kate McKinnon paid tribute to Ellen's groundbreaking work as an LGBTQ+ actor in Hollywood, tearing up as she presented the trophy.
But the TV host, actor and comedian took the time to share her moment on stage with the people of Australia.
“My heart goes out to everyone in Australia, for all the animals you’ve lost,” the comedian and talk show host said.
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