Pedro Pascal’s Broken Arm and More Internet Boyfriends at the Golden Globes
Timmy, Jeremy and Barry all came to slay the red carpet.
Being one of the internet’s boyfriends is a full time job. Just ask Pedro Pascal, who attended the 2024 Golden Globes with a broken arm.
Wearing a full look from Bottega Veneta, including a black and white turtleneck and black trousers, along with a pair of very zaddy glasses, the star of The Last of Us walked the red carpet wearing an arm sling. According to People, when asked about the injury, Pascal replied that he simply “fell” (…..k) but he didn’t let the accident stop him from having a good night. Ever the jokester, he had “ouchy” painted on his nails and made this hilarious reaction to losing the Golden Globe Award for Best Lead Actor in a Drama Series to Kieran Culkin.
Pedro Pascal, his poor wing and his funny nail tattoo LMAO I LOVE HIM SO MUCH pic.twitter.com/7sDyI0Fjei
— highman. (@ireoispunk) January 8, 2024
Other members of the highly exclusive Internet’s Boyfriend club were also in attendance, sans a coordinating arm sling.
Timothée Chalamet channeled Willy Wonka’s angsty cousin in a shiny, embroidered jacket by Celine Homme by Hedi Slimane.
Jeremy Allen White was (unfortunately) wearing pants by Calvin Klein.
Oppenheimer’s Cillian Murphy kept it classic in a Saint Laurent tux.
Andrew Scott (a.k.a. the Hot Priest) and Jonathan Bailey had an adorable twinning moment in all white.
And our pick for best menswear of the night goes to Barry Keoghan. Wearing a look fresh off the Louis Vuitton Menswear Spring 2024 runway, the Saltburn star appeared red hot in a crimson suit featuring the brand’s iconic Damier pattern.
Is it a nod to his character’s true nature? A wink to the infamous vampire scene? Is he potentially a new ambassador for Louis Vuitton? Or is he simply just giving his fans more reasons to love him? Either way, just call us Keoghanites (Keoghaners? Keoghanians? You know what we mean).
There were a few internet boyfriends missing such as Saltburn-alum, Jacob Elordi, and Paul Mescal, who starred in All of Us Strangers with Andrew Scott. But to have so many on the same red carpet, let alone the same room, was truly a gift. Minus the Pedro Pascal Golden Globes arm cast, of course!