COVID-19 Nominates Critics’ Choice Awards.
Jamie Lee Curtis64, who has been nominated for her supporting role in Everything everywhere at oncewas the first to announce She said she will miss Sunday night’s awards ceremony after she tested positive for COVID-19 after attending the golden balls Tuesday.
She also caught that star-studded relationship Colin Farrell – Winner of the Best Actor Award in a Musical or Comedy – and him Sorcery from Inisherin Co-Star and Supporting Actor Nominee Brendan Gleason. on Saturday Hollywood Reporter has been confirmed that both Farrell, 46, and Gleeson, 67, have also contracted COVID-19 and will not be attending the Critics’ Choice Awards as planned.
Michelle PfeifferThe actress, 64, told fans on Sunday that she won’t be attending either. In an Instagram post, Pfeiffer shared that her COVID-19 diagnosis means she won’t be on hand to celebrate with Jeff Bridges – her co-star in Fabulous Baker Boys – Receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award in the show that will be hosted by comedian Chelsea Handler.
“I’m so sorry to miss the Critics’ Choice Awards today. Yes, COVID,” the “disappointed” star wrote, going on to honor Bridges.
While the Golden Globes have had their share of absences — winners including Cate Blanchett, Amanda Seyfried, and Kevin Costner Stranded Flood – Confluence High incidence of COVID-19 And a host of mostly unmasked Hollywood gatherings doesn’t bode well for awards season. Someone is checking on Jennifer Coolidge – she was last seen being taken to the Golden Globes stage by Pharrell.
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