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Society couldn't have needed a glamorous, exciting and heartwarming start to award season more this time around, and the Golden Globes delivered in a big way. Faced with the prospect of a Golden Globes without their very special kind of platonic love affair, and without any action from either Di Caprio or Winslet at all, none other than Emma Stoneand Ryan Gosling stepped up to the plate. News, we have every reason to believe that they are, in fact, Hollywood's new favorite pair.
While doing his monologue, Ryan finally addressed the fact that he and Emma Stone saved jazz.
Now, in case you have forgotten, everyone was obsessed with for a while.
That’s the claim in one of this week’s new tabloids. Mc Adams and Gosling dated for three years after meeting on the set of 2004’s , she’s bothered that he’s found a new leading lady in Stone.
A so-called “source” tells the magazine, “Rachel’s still upset that Ryan got over her like a bad case of the flu.
One kid even asked Emma Stone to prom by doing a parody of “Another Day of Sun”!
From beautiful costumes to amazing freeway choreography, we might still be obsessed with this love story to Los Angeles.
The Damien Chazelle-directed musical was magical for many reasons (the sweeping visuals of Los Angeles, the ode to creative dreamers everywhere, the tap dancing), but chief among those traits was that tingly little feeling the audience got inside knowing that Emma and Ryan were back together and everything was, almost, right in the world again. Both sets of BFFs are constantly talking about and praising each other in the media.
True to their individual personalities, Emma and Ryan tend to take things to a bit more of a humorous place. News that Ryan should probably get a restraining order against her, on account of the number of times they've worked together. It was a dream come true for Emma, Ryan, and anyone who feels even a tiny bit of hope from their friendship.
Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu nabbed the highest honor for directors. It's time to announce the winner for Best Actor; that prize that Leonardo Di Caprio has been coveting from afar for years, close enough to be able to taste victory, yet each time finding it maddeningly, ever-so-slightly, out of his grasp.