EXCLUSIVE: Three Golden Globes voters, Howaida Hamdy, Munawar Hosain and Aniko Navai, are out of the corporate behind the Golden Globe Awards.
In response to sources, the three have been expelled for violating the group’s code of conduct following investigations into complaints about their conduct.
Egyptian Journalist and critic Howaida Hamdy turned the topic of a probe following a Digicam report in August about alleged anti-Semitic and “extremist” remarks in a few of Hamdy’s critiques and tweets in Arabic.
Bangladeshi-born Munawar Hosain and Hungarian-born Aniko Navai — each primarily based in Los Angeles — had been HFPA members for many years; Hamdy was amongst 21 new members added in 2021 within the first wave of efforts to diversify the Globes voting physique following widespread criticism.
All three transitioned to changing into Golden Globes staff after Dick Clark Productions and Eldridge earlier this 12 months acquired all of the Golden Globes’ belongings, rights and properties from the Hollywood Overseas Press Affiliation, turning the Hollywood awards present right into a industrial enterprise.
The Golden Globes are anticipated to disclose a roster of 300 voters from 76 international locations quickly. The 2023 Golden Globes Awards are set for Jan. 10, 2024.
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