Canadian-Korean actress Sandra Oh, known for her role in “Grey’s Anatomy,” will co-host the 2019 Golden Globes award ceremony.

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On the morning of December 6, the organizers of the Golden Globes announced that actress Sandra Oh will co-host next year’s award ceremony with “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” actor Andy Samberg on their website and official social media accounts. In 2019, the event will take place in Beverly Hills, California on January 6. Notably, this is the second time that Oh will host a major award show in the U.S. In 2016, the actress was selected to host the Emmys.

The Golden Globes is a ceremony to honor the best films and television shows decided by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. In particular, it is considered a prelude to predicting the nominees and winners of the Academy Awards that takes place in February.

Meanwhile, Oh gained worldwide popularity for her long-running role in the medical drama ABC “Grey’s Anatomy, which began in 2005. Thanks to the popularity of the show and her strong performance, she grabbed the Best-Supporting Actress award at the 63rd Golden Globe Awards in 2006.

Further, for the upcoming ceremony, Oh is nominated for the Best TV Drama Actress for her lead role in “Killing Eve.”



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