Golden Globes 2019: Here's How the Stars Are Getting Ready for the Big Night
By Paige Gawley
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A lot goes into looking red carpet ready!
Stars are already prepping for Sunday's 2019 Golden Globes, with many taking to social media to show how they get ready for the annual event.
Sandra Oh -- who is hosting the awards ceremony with Andy Samberg and isa nominee for her starring role on Killing Eve -- shared an adorable snap with her family ahead of the big event. In the smiling photo, Oh, along with her parents and three other family members, is wearing a T-shirt that says, "It's an honor just to be Asian."
The quote is an Oh original, something she said in the opening moments of last year's Emmy Awards, where she was the first Asian actress to nab a nomination in the Lead Actress in a Drama Series category, an award that ended up going to The Crown's Claire Foy.
"Thank you beloved family (P.S. Why are mom and dad not looking at camera?)," she captioned the pic.
Meanwhile, Lady Gaga, who's nominated twice for her work on A Star Is Born, shared her unusual pre-red carpet meal on her Instagram Story. It seems a cheeseburger, fries and Fruity Pebbles are the key to Gaga's awards show success!
"#GoldenGlobes tomorrow gotta fuel up," she quipped.
Debra Messing, a nominee for her role on Will & Grace, took a more serious tone in her pre-awards show post, sharing her ET interview from last year's Globes, where she discussed the then-newly created #MeToo movement.
"One year ago. Golden Globes 2018. @timesupnow," she captioned the post.
Crazy Rich Asians star Constance Wu took to Instagram to celebrate her historic nomination for the film, which made her the first Asian woman in decades to be nominated in the Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical category.
"Still can't believe I was nominated," she marveled. "See you tomorrow @goldenglobes ? @crazyrichasians"
In a second post, Wu expressed gratitude for Kevin Kwan, the author of Crazy Rich Asians.
"He is the brilliant person who started it all," she wrote alongside a pic of the pair. "Grateful for Kevin Kwan and the whole CRA crew x"
Daniel Bruhl, a nominee for his work on The Alienist, put the serious nature of his show aside to have a "jolly good time" with a dance party in his hotel room.
The Handmaid's Tale star Yvonne Strahovski celebrated her nomination for Best Supporting Actress by giving her 2-month-old son a kiss on his head.
"Starting off the Globes weekend right ??," she wrote.