'Bohemian Rhapsody' Cast Couldn't Get into Golden Globes Parties

No one expected Bohemian Rhapsody to win the Best Picture award at the Golden Globes, so no one bothered to invite the movie's cast to the after parties. It was an embarassing mistake. Read on for details.

Via Page Six.

“Bohemian Rhapsody” scored two wins at the Golden Globes on Sunday, but most of the cast had to wait for the afterparties to celebrate due to the Hollywood Foreign Press’ ticketing rules.

Rami Malek, who won the award for best actor in a drama motion picture, walked the red carpet with co-star and girlfriend, Lucy Boynton, and he sat at a table with the film’s producers inside the actual ceremony.

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But while he accepted the award for best drama motion picture with the film’s producers, Graham King and Jim Beach, the rest of the cast watched the show from the Fox-hosted celebration on the roof deck at The Beverly Hilton as the Golden Globes were being held inside the ballroom at the same location, an insider told Page Six on Thursday.

Our insider said the “producers took all the tickets for themselves” and since their win was such a surprise, “family members of producers were on stage to accept the award.” We’re told that one producer even brought multiple guests with them.

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