If Call Me By Your Name didn’t convince the Hollywood Foreign Press to give Timothée Chalamet a Golden Globe, he still won the night by just being himself.
Chalamet was nominated for his portrayal of Elio, the precocious, peach-loving young man who scores the awakening of his life when Oliver (Armie Hammer) shows up at his summer home in the Northern Italy countryside.
But on Sunday night, the internet witnessed what Chalamet is like when he’s like released at a party. From the moment he set foot in the arena at the 75th Golden Globes, Chalamet promptly began winning hearts at the ceremony and online. There he was with the most enthusiastic look of awe when he saw Tonya Harding, the subject of the Margot Robbie biopic I, Tonya. And here he was embracing Octavia Spencer, who nabbed a nomination for The Shape of Water.
One thing is clear. No one holds court like Chalamet.
See all the evidence below.
He rubbed shoulders with Saoirse Ronan.
He bonded with Daniel Day-Lewis.
He yukked it up with presenter Dakota Johnson.
He loves Frank Ocean.
Good evening Tim.
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