The Golden Globes are one of the biggest nights in Hollywood, and this year, the event is teaming up with Billboard for a spectacular after party. In a recent YouTube video, the host of the Tonight show, Bill Joe, received a call from the host of the Golden Globes, asking if he would be attending the after party. The excitement in their conversation was palpable, and it’s clear that everyone is looking forward to a night of celebration and fun.
During the call, Bill Joe was asked about his “pump up jam”, the song that gets him in the party mood. His answer? Boys to Men, or any ’90s R&B jam. This gives us a glimpse into the type of music we can expect at the after party – smooth, soulful and perfect for getting everyone on the dance floor.
But it wasn’t just about the music – the host was asked about the key to being a good host at an award show. His answer? Just be genuine and have fun. It’s clear that the focus of the night is on celebrating and enjoying the moment, and that’s exactly what viewers and attendees can look forward to.
The excitement and anticipation for the after party is building, and with the combination of the Golden Globes and Billboard, it’s sure to be a night to remember. The call between Bill Joe and the Golden Globes host gives us a taste of the energy and enthusiasm that will be present at the event, and it’s clear that the night is going to be a blast.
So get ready to dance, sing along to ’90s R&B hits, and celebrate the best of Hollywood. The Golden Globes after party is set to be a phenomenal event, and it’s all thanks to the collaboration between Billboard and the Golden Globes. It’s a night where everyone can come together, have fun, and celebrate the incredible talent of Hollywood. Get ready for a night of unforgettable moments and epic music, because with Billboard and the Golden Globes teaming up, it’s going to be a night to remember.
Video Jo Koy Talks About What He Listens to Get Ready For the Golden Globes | 2024 Golden Globes was uploaded on 01/08/2024 by Billboard Youtube channel.