Kaley Cuoco, Ana de Armas and More Stars React to 2023 Golden Globe Nominations

After the nominations for the 2023 Golden Globes were announced, the nominees shared their reactions to their nods. Read messages from Hugh Jackman, Jamie Lee Curtis and more.

By Elyse Dupre Jan 10, 2023 2:00 PMTags
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And the nominees are...

On Dec. 12, Mayan Lopez and Selenis Leyva, the latter of whom stepped in for George Lopez after he tested positive for COVID-19, revealed the newest group of nominees for the Golden Globe Awards, which will be hosted by comedian Jerrod Carmichael on Jan. 10.

In the TV categories, Abbott Elementary leads the pack with five nods, followed by The CrownDahmer - Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer StoryOnly Murders in the BuildingPam & Tommy and The White Lotus with four apiece. As for the movie contenders, The Banshees of Inisherin heads into the night with the most nominations—a total of eight—with Everything Everywhere All at Once (six), Babylon (five) and The Fabelmans (five) trailing closely behind.

Still, viewers will have to wait until the ceremony, which will air live on NBC and Peacock starting at 8 p.m. EST on Jan. 10, to find out the winners.

Last year, the network canceled its broadcast of the Golden Globes amid criticism of a lack of diversity within the Hollywood Foreign Press Association—the group behind the awards—with an investigation published by the Los Angeles Times in February 2021 finding that there were no Black members within the HFPA. Since then, the HFPA has vowed to make its "organization more inclusive and diverse" and has taken steps like having a more diverse voting body.

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To read stars' reactions to their 2023 Golden Globe nominations, keep scrolling.

Selena Gomez

"Dreams do come true!!" the actress wrote on TikTok after receiving her nomination for her performance in Only Murders in the Building and resurfacing an old video in which she expressed her desire to one day be up for a Golden Globe. "GUYS IM NOMINATED FOR A GOLDEN GLOBE. Brb gonna scream."


After seeing that her hit "Lift Me Up" from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever received a Best Original Song nomination, the singer tweeted, "God be showin out!"

Janelle James

After the actress saw her nomination for her supporting role in Abbott Elementary, she tweeted that she was, "HONORED!"

Ana de Armas

"Thank you so much!" the actress wrote on Instagram after seeing her nomination for her performance in the Netflix drama Blonde. "This is beyond exciting."

Angela Bassett

"Hey Everybody, you good? I'm excited about my #GoldenGlobes nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for #BlackPanther #WakandaForever!" the star, who plays Queen Ramonda in the film, wrote on Instagram. "As an actress, one never knows where a role can take us, but we can always determine where we will take the role. The blessing is being able to take people on the journey with us. Thank you for embracing #QueenRamonda."

Viola Davis

After receiving her nomination in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama category, the How to Get Away with Murder alum noted she was "honored" by the nod.

Diego Luna

"Getting the news after an intense day of shooting for season 2," the actor said about his nomination for his performance in the drama Andor. "It means a lot. I love being part of this show and the wonderful collaboration with this team!#Andor."

Jessica Chastain

"Thank you @goldenglobes for today's nomination!!!!" the George & Tammy star—who is up in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television category—tweeted. "I am so happy and honored that you recognized #GeorgeAndTammy today. Stand By Your Man was such a pivotal moment in Tammy's career and I was beyond nervous to sing it. Here's a little bts of that moment."

Sheryl Lee Ralph

"Blessed and highly favored," the actress, who is nominated for her supporting role in Abbott Elementary, wrote on Instagram. "Thank you @goldenglobes. It's a golden season."

Emma D'Arcy

Once the House of the Dragon star saw they were nominated for their performance in the HBO hit, they wrote on Instagram, "hahahahahhahaha cripes...what a normal thing to be happening." And after seeing that the show made the list of contenders for Best Television Series, they added, "Get in there dragons."

Adam Scott

"Huge thanks to @goldenglobes for having us among your nominees," the actor, who is nominated for his performance in the drama Severance, wrote on Instagram, "and huge CONGRATS to the cast & crew of Severance!"

Kaley Cuoco

"SHOCKED IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT!" the Big Bang Theory alum wrote on Instagram after seeing her nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series–Musical or Comedy for her role in The Flight Attendant. "THANK YOU!!!!!"

Niecy Nash

"GOLDEN GIRL‼️" the Dahmer - Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story star tweeted after seeing her nomination in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television category. "@goldenglobes. Such a blessings to be nominated for my portal of #GlendaCleveland along side #EvanPeters #RichardJenkins and a nom for the @ryanmurphyproductions series #DahmerNetflix @ Nominee."

Emma Thompson

"How wonderful that a tiny, independent movie shot during the pandemic is being recognized in this way," the actress, who is nominated for her performance in Good Luck to You, Leo Grande, said in a statement to E! News. "We are all so grateful."

Henry Winkler

"Thank you for including me in a most wonderful bunch of Actors !!!!" the Barry star, who's up for his supporting role in the comedy series, tweeted.

Hugh Jackman

"Thank you so much to the Golden Globes," The Son star, who is nominated in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture–Drama category, said in a video posted to Instagram. "This is a great honor. It means a lot to me, especially this year considering the incredible performances that there's been. I really, really appreciate it. Thank you so much."

Barry Keoghan

After seeing that he was nominated for his supporting role in The Banshees of Inisherin, the actor noted on Instagram that he was "f--kin delighted."


Jamie Lee Curtis

"The same dance I did on set during our daily warm up as well as today hearing the news this morning that @everythingeverywheremovie is a @goldenglobes nominee as are many of our film family including yours truly," the Everything Everywhere All At Once star, who is up in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture category, shared on Instagram alongside footage of her dancing on set. "There is no singular achievement here. It was/is/ALWAYS WILL BE a GROUP EFFORT and not NOT ONE of us saw this coming. We joined together to create something over two years ago and now YOU and the #HFPA have said that it moved you and made you laugh and made you THINK! We are excited by the reaction and are grateful for it as well."

Taron Egerton

After the actor saw he'd been nominated for his performance in the limited series Black Bird, he wrote on Instagram, "Thank you @goldenglobes."

Paul Walter Hauser

Egerton's co-star, who's nominated for his supporting role in the Apple TV+ series, also reacted to the nomination news by writing on Instagram "#MadChill."


Jerry Bruckheimer

"Thank you so much for this honor," the Top Gun: Maverick producer said in a statement to E! News. "Top Gun: Maverick brought audiences back to theatres at a time when we needed entertainment the most. I am overjoyed to share this nomination with Paramount, Tom [Cruise] and the entire cast and crew who made this possible."

(E!, NBC and Peacock are all part of the NBCUniversal family).

This story was originally published on Dec. 12, 2022, at 9:47 a.m. PT.

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