Singer Mariah Carey got into an awkward position, when the awards ceremony “Golden globe – 2018” took the place of the actress Meryl Streep. 47-year-old singer stood up from his rightful place and left the room, then came back and messed up the seat. Mariah spoke about the incident on Twitter and apologized to the actress.
“Sat in the first available seat was next with Steven Spielberg… Guess who’s back to his place after the break… Dear Meryl, please forgive me!” said postroynevshaya Mariah, who came to the ceremony in a chic black dress. In response to the apology, the singer, Meryl assured her that she may at any time to take her place and she’s not offended.
Recall that both znamenitostyami to the ceremony as nominees for the award. Streep was nominated for her role in the film “Secret dossier” (The Post), and Cary – for the song of the cartoon “the star” (The Star).
The place is, it is a lie blame. Three-time winner of the award “Oscar” has been criticized for its initiative to wear black to the event on awarding the “Golden globe”. Rose McGowan believes that to take such a step from the side of Meryl’s hypocrisy, because she has long worked with Weinstein and kept silent about his ill-fated actions.
Such accusations are not nearly as happy actress. Seeing a sea of headlines with allegations of McGowan, she hurried to answer them. Strip written appeal to the colleague at the Huffington Post. The actress said McGowan that he did not know about what is happening and in any case does not support violence against women. “I was silent not specifically. I didn’t know. I do not condone violence. I didn’t know. I don’t want young girls were abused. Harvey Weinstein needed us, because our communication with him bought him the confidence and ability to seduce girls,” writes the Strip.
As reported by Streep herself, after seeing the charges, she tried to contact the actress on the phone, but after repeated attempts she failed to do so. “I’m really sorry that she sees me as an opponent, because we both, along with other women, try to confront one sworn enemy,” says the actress. Meryl added that this enemy is the status quo, “which is so badly wants to return to the bad old days where women are used, abused and not given the right to vote.”