Awards season on DStv

HARARE - The Awards season is here and the proverbial red carpet is out.

DStv audiences can expect to see an array of the most prestigious awards in the film, television, music and sports industries.

DStv kicked off the season with a live broadcast of the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards that took place on January 10 in Beverly Hills.

The night was filled with excitement, surprises, fashion and glamour and leading Hollywood stars Jamie Foxx, Halle Berry, Jennifer Lopez and Kerry Washington were just some of the stars that graced the event.

Les Misérables, Game Change and Homeland emerged as big award winners of the evening.

Up on the coveted list of awards ceremonies was the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards screened on January 28.

The star-studded evening paid homage to veteran actor, Dick Van Dyke, as he received the SAG 49th Life Achievement Award. Nominated stars include Denzel Washington, Nicole Kidman and Robert De Niro.
In celebration of the hottest trendsetters in fashion, the 9th Annual Style Awards honoured fashion icons, celebrities and the style elite who have led the way in the world of fashion in 2012.

The event was highly supported with A-list appearances from Nicole Richie, Katie Holmes, Iman and industry veteran Carolina Herrera.

DStv audiences watched Style on Sunday February 3 at 22:10 CAT to see these Awards and last year’s unforgettable moments in fashion.

On Sunday, February 10, the Staples Centre came alive as the American music industry honours the best of its talent at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards.

Nominated artists included Jay-Z, Rihanna, Kanye West, Drake, Wiz Khalifa and Lil Wayne.

Apart from the music, viewers can eagerly look forward to seeing the outfits, dates and stunts the artistes have in store for the day.

The 66th British Academy Film Awards were also held on February 10 at the Royal Opera House in London.
Box office favourite, Lincoln leads with 10 nominations, with Les Misérables and Life of Pi following close behind with nine nominations. - Entertainment Writer

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