Lady Gaga Is Already a Golden Globes Winner

Lady Gaga Is Already a Golden Globes Winner

Lady Gaga Is Already a Golden Globes Winner

The film about a transgender girl training to be a ballerina has been the subject of some criticism for its depiction of trans people.

In addition to announcing which films and television shows will vie for its year-end awards, the HFPA has introduced a new lifetime achievement accolade aimed at recognizing "the highest level of achievement in the medium" of television, per HFPA president Meher Tatna during the nominations announcement.

Lady Gaga was joined on the Golden Globes list by historical lesbian comedy The Favourite, which scored five nominations, including best musical or comedy, best screenplay and best actress for Olivia Colman. But director Ryan Coogler didn't get a nomination.

Click through the slideshow to see some of the biggest snubs this year...

Her film Black Panther received three Golden Globe nominations on Thursday morning.

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This Globes category hot mess is nothing new, of course, but expect to hear plenty of mockery for Bohemian Rhapsody being included in a "Best" film category at all (when A Quiet Place was overlooked, as were critics favorites like First Reformed, Eighth Grade and Sorry to Bother You).

"Black Panther" is looking like the answer to Hollywood's prayers as the industry embarks on awards season, adding blockbuster sizzle to an annual ritual that has been reluctant to acknowledge its costume-clad box-office stars.

Also left out, to gasps heard across social media, was Ethan Hawke's performance as an anguished pastor in First Reformed and Pawel Pawlikowski's Polish stunner Cold War, his follow-up to the Oscar-winning Ida. She won a Golden Globe in 2006 for actress in a supporting role in a series for Grey's Anatomy.

The show is up for best limited series or film for TV, while its stars Penelope Cruz and Edgar Ramirez have been nominated in the best supporting actress and actor categories. The show wasn't exactly a critical darling, but the HFPA nominated Cohen for best actor in a comedy. Yes, the film is full of heart and contains some drama, but these categories are so loosey-goosey, that leaving out the Pervuian bear seems like a crime.

Lead actress in a drama series nominee Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg onstage during the 70th Emmy Awards at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles, California on 17 September 2018.

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