Beyoncé and Jay-Z arrived to the Golden Globes nearly an hour late — but it’s to be expected.
The power couple entered the Beverly Hilton almost an hour into the ceremony, when Kate McKinnon was introduced on stage to present Ellen DeGeneres the Carol Burnett Award.
They stood in the aisle during McKinnon’s introduction and took their seats before DeGeneres walked onstage.
It’s been more than a decade since Beyonce last attended the Golden Globe Awards.
First nominated in 2006 for best actress in a motion picture – musical or comedy, for “Dreamgirls,” as well as best original song for “Listen” from the film, she was up for best original song two years later for “Once in a Lifetime” from “Cadillac Records.”
This year, she’s again in contention in the original song race, for “Spirit” from the 2019 remake of “The Lion King” (also nominated are co-writers Ilya Salmanzadeh and Labrinth).
Beyonce first attended the Golden Globes in 2001 while still a member of Destiny’s Child, and again in 2003 following the 2002 release of “Austin Powers in Goldmember,” in which she played a supporting role.
She turned up again in 2007 with the cast of “Dreamgirls,” as well as in 2009. But it’s been a decade-long dry spell since then, and stylists, pundits and TV viewers have been clamoring for a Golden look ever since.
We have to say, she didn’t leave with any Golden Globes — but she sure brought her own in that dress! Bey & Jay also brought their own champagne to the ceremony.
Jay-Z bought Armand de Brignac in 2014, so even though Moët & Chandon was the official Champagne of the awards show The Carters weren’t about to be seen pictured with any competing brands.