Sandra Oh gets emotional at Golden Globes over strides in representation

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She is the first Asian woman to win multiple Golden Globes.

In a heartfelt acceptance speech, the Canadian-Korean thanked her parents in Korean and bowed to them. As you wait to see whether or not Black Panther will have a choice for an Oscar or two, keep scrolling to read some fan reactions to the Black Panther Golden Globe snubs. "Oh my god!" she repeated several times. "Then we got TV set, and I had a new love". Carell praised Burnett as a "comedy legend" who "lives up to every expectation of who you'd hope Carol Burnett would be" and whose classic series, The Carol Burnett Show, is still "the gold standard for television comedy". What are your views on her look?

Later in the night, Oh was over the moon when she actually won a Globe, screaming "Oh my God", before adding, "I'm so grateful to my family".

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Sandra Oh has hailed the diversity at this year's Golden Globe Awards as she became the first Asian woman ever to host the show. "It's not too long now before everyone gets to see the next extraordinary season unfold when Killing Eve returns to BBC America on April 7th".

During the award ceremony, which was held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in California, the actress took to the stage with fellow The Favourite co-stars Emma Stone, 30, and Rachel Weisz, 48, to present a gong. "No, but it looks an very bad lot like that, doesn't it?" she said. "Next year could be different, it probably will be, but right now, this moment is real". "I feel what I've learned form this whole experience is that women, we're nurturers and that's what's expected of us".

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