Rain Hits Hollywood, Threatens Golden Globes Red Carpet
By Jackie Willis
Will the stars be walking a soggy red carpet at the Golden Globes?
Not to worry, the awards show is ready for any dark clouds that may come their way. The usually sunny Los Angeles was hit with some serious showers on Saturday but the Golden Globes red carpet was covered in a tarp. The award show's Instagram posted a photo after the storm, assuring viewers that there still will be a red carpet. "Not even rain can stop prep on our #RedCarpet!!! #rainorshine," the caption reads.
ET snapped some photos of the crew working to dry out the red carpet, sweeping off any extra water that was on the tarp. A rep for the Golden Globes also assured The Hollywood Reporter that a tent will be over the carpet if it starts to storm again. There's currently a 20 percent chance of rain for Sunday at 3 p.m., when the red carpet arrivals are to begin.