Kristen Stewart fans slam Golden Globes after Nicole Kidman wins Best Actress for Being the Ricardos in shocking upset

KRISTEN Stewart fans made it clear they were not happy at all with Nicole Kidman’s Best Actress victory at the Golden Globes.

The 31-year-old was seen by many moviegoers as the “favorite” to win with her critically acclaimed performance in the biodrama, Spencer.

Kristen Stewart starred in Spencer


Kristen Stewart starred in SpencerCredit: AP
Nicole Kidman played Lucille Ball in Being the Ricardos


Nicole Kidman played Lucille Ball in Being the RicardosCredit: AP

While the awards show was not being aired on television, fans were learning of the winners in real-time, however, one category ruffled the feathers of some.

The official Golden Globes Twitter wrote: “The race between these leading ladies was tight but the #GoldenGlobe for Best Actress — Motion Picture — Drama goes to Nicole Kidman for her role in Being the Ricardos.”

Nicole, 54, plays Lucille Ball in the film, which showcases her relationship with husband Desi Arnaz.

Fans were quick to take to the comments section to put their anger on display as one tweeted: “What a joke. I Love Kidman, but it is unfathomable to me that literally anyone on the planet would actually believe that her performance was better than Stewart’s in Spencer.”

Another fan chimed in: “I love Nicole but she wasn’t the strongest contender this year out of this category. Kristen Stewart should have won this.”

An angry fan raged: “Nicole Kidman winning for Being the Ricardos was the biggest what the fuck moment of the year!!!” while others agreed, “Kristen was robbed!”

The next critic said: “Ridiculous casting, performance, and win. This is why no one takes the Golden Globe seriously anymore.

Other nominees in the category included Lady Gaga for House of Gucci, Jessica Chastain for The Eyes of Tammy Faye, and Olivia Coleman for The Lost Daughter.

The Twilight actress was being lauded for her performance as Princess Diana, as Spencer shows the marriage between the late royal and Prince Charles.


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