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Did Seth Meyers Nail His Golden Globes 2018 Opening Monologue?

13 Janvier 2018

After a rousing speech at Monday's Golden Globe Awards calling for "a new day", speculation is mounting Oprah Winfrey will run for President.

Macy were just some of the leading male stars who took to the red carpet at Sunday night's awards ceremony wearing all black - with all three men also adding Time's Up pins to their suit jackets in an added show of support.

Winfrey gave an impassioned speech Sunday night at the Golden Globes, which has sparked talk about whether she might run for president.

For this year's Golden Globes 2018 opening monologue, host Seth Meyers took on the hard task of combining humor with sociopolitical awareness.

Mr Trump himself has lavished praise on her over the years, including in 2015, when he said he would consider her as a running mate on his Republican ticket.

But Trump said Tuesday he doesn't think she will ultimately put her name in the ring.

Everything about her speech was how she was inspired by others, which is insane to think about.

On Twitter, the 36-year-old actess continued to defend her fashion choice, writing, "The issue is bigger than my dress colour" and "Shaming is part of the problem".

After the first gala of the film industry after the Weinstein Effect was unleashed, the headlines and the media echoed that Oprah Winfrey would presumably be the next presidential candidate for the 2020 elections.

Meryl isn't the only A-lister who has come out backing Oprah's potential 2020 bid for president.

At least one emphasised that she had made no firm decision on whether or not to run.

Last fall Winfrey dismissed the notion of running for president.

Winfrey's speech as she accepted the Cecil B DeMille lifetime achievement award touched on her humble upbringing and childhood wonder at civil rights heroes.

She also created history by becoming the first ever black woman to receive the honor since it was first handed out in 1952. "But their time is up".

"This is from Margaret Atwood: "We were the people who were not in the papers".

Still others pointed to his late 2017 support for the controversial Alabama Senate campaign of Roy Moore, who has been accused of dating underage women while he was in his 30s.

The speech, which received a standing ovation, prompted several tweets urging the television host to consider standing for president.

"In 1964, I was a little girl sitting on the linoleum floor of my mother's house in Milwaukee, watching Anne Bancroft present the Oscar for best actor at the 36th Academy Awards".

Did Seth Meyers Nail His Golden Globes 2018 Opening Monologue?