Tina Fey will present the gala from New York and Amy Poehler from Los Angeles

MADRID, Feb 3 (CulturaOcio) –

The 78th edition of the Golden Globes It will be held on February 28 and, for the first time in its history, it will take place in two different locations. Tina Fey y Amy Poehler will present the ceremony, which will be divided between New York and Los Angeles.

According to Variety, Fey will present live from The Rainbow Room, located at Rockefeller Center in New York, while Poehler will stay on the regular stage of the Golden Globes, the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

Is it will be the first time that the Golden Globes have been broadcast from various locations in its 78-year historyBut the coronavirus pandemic has led to this decision to place Fey on the East Coast and Poehler on the American West Coast.

For the moment It is not known if there will be invited and nominated presenters participating in person in the ceremony or if the interventions will be made electronically. The Golden Globes will thus follow in the wake of the Oscars, which held several of their ceremonies simultaneously in New York and Los Angeles in the 1950s.

The ceremony will air on NBC on Sunday, February 28., almost two months later than initially expected due to the pandemic. In addition, Sarah Jessica Parker and Taraji P. Henson will announce this Wednesday, February 3, the nominations for the awards in the most outstanding categories.

Fey and Poehler will replace Ricky Gervais, who presented the gala five times, including the last edition held on January 6. The ceremony was one of the most watched television broadcasts of the year in the United States, with an average of 19.2 million viewers.

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