What to say about the results last night… I am delighted for Da’Vine Joy Randolph, who was so overjoyed just to be in the building that she started crying while the presenters were giving their nominee speeches. I am gutted for Lily Gladstone, and for the historic win that wasn’t, because her work in Killers of the Flower Moon was brilliant and worthy of recognition. I am happy for Emma Stone, because her work in Poor Things was also brilliant and worthy of recognition, but I’m sad for Emma Stone, whose face when she won said, “Oh no.” I think she was rooting for Lily as hard as the rest of the world, and handled it in her speech with real warmth and love (as did Lily, from the crowd). This one was out of her hands; now let’s give it over to the directors and casting teams and producers, who have it in their power to keep giving Lily well-deserved opportunities to blow our minds in meaty roles. You’re up, folks. She’s right there.

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