Emma Stone Yells "I'm Sorry" To Hosts Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg
Actress Emma Stone stepped out for the 2019 Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 6. at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.
During Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg's opening monologue, Emma interjected with an unplanned exclamation.
Sandra was speaking of the success of Crazy Rich Asians and joked it was the first film with an Asian American leading cast since Aloha and Ghost in the Shell.
As the joke was told, Emma yelled, “I’m sorry!”.
Oh held her hands to her heart after Stone apologised.
Emma played the leading character in Aloha, portraying Allison Ng who is of Hawaiian and Chinese descent. Scarlett Johannsson played the lead in Ghost in the Shell which was a remake of a Japanese anime film.
Both actresses were accused of 'white washing.'
Stone later told the LA Times following the Golden Globes ceremony, “It wasn’t like I planned it, but I did say it.”
Sandra Oh's Parents Stole The Show
Sandra Oh, co-host of this year's ceremony, won a Golden Globe for her tremendous performance in Killing Eve.
As she took to the stage to accept, the actress' parents beamed with joy, which quickly went viral on Twitter.
Oh bowed to her parents and thanked them in Korean before leaving the stage.
Melissa McCarthy Handed Out Sandwiches To Guests At The Golden Globes
McCarthy was joined by her director husband Ben Falcone at the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards, and was caught passing out ham sandwiches to guests at the show.
"I've been handing them out to everyone," Melissa told Variety about her secret snacks.
"Next year, I'm bringing hot dogs," she added.
Melissa was nominated for Best Actress in a Drama Motion Picture for Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Maya Rudolph Proposed To Amy Poehler Live On Stage
Hitting the stage together, Maya and Amy couldn't help but poke fun at Glenn Weiss, who proposed to his girlfriend live on stage at the 2017 Emmy Awards.
The pair joked, "Is this stealing the focus from the next category?"
Regina King Made a Pledge For Equality
Actress Regina King stepped on stage to accept her award as she won Best Supporting Actress for her work in If Beale Street Could Talk.
While on stage, the star pledged that the next film she produces will be at least 50% women.
“So often everyone out there they hear us on the red carpet and they say a celebrity is using the time to talk about ourselves when we are on our soap box and using a moment to talk about the systemic things that are going on in life,” Regina said during her speech.
“The reason why we do this is because we understand that our microphones are big and we are speaking for everyone,” she added. “And I just want to say that I’m going to use my platform right now to say in the next two years everything that I produce I’m making a vow and it’s going to be tough, to make sure that everything that I produce that is 50% women.
"And I just challenge anyone out there…who is in a position of power, not just in our industry, in all industries, I challenge you to challenge yourselves and stand with us in solidarity and do the same.”
Regina was also nominated for her work in the Netflix series Seven Seconds.
Lady Gaga Teared Up Speaking On Being a Woman In Music
Lady Gaga became emotional as she earned her first Globe of the night and opened up about it being "hard to be taken seriously" as a woman in music.
Accepting the Best Original Song for her work on A Star Is Born, Gaga became emotional and hugged co-star Bradley Cooper.
Gaga then joined Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt, and Anthony Rossomando, on stage to accept the award.
The Fiji Water Girl Became The Red Carpet's Unsung Hero
As the first award show of the year, the 2019 Golden Globe red carpet was a fan fare to remember - with fashion, beauty, and loved-up celebrity couples coming out in throws.
But, a surprising contender has taken out this year's award for most memorable red carpet moment (or moments - that is).
A red carpet attendee from Fiji Water was on deck to dispense bottled water to each celebrity.
The Fiji Water girl ended up in the background of countless celebrity pictures, often striking a pose, or simply looking shocked to be there.
Safe to say, Twitter had a field day.
This article originally appeared on InStyle Australia.