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    “You’re In Shapewear, You Need To Pee”: Lily Gladstone Shares Her Raw Take On Award Shows And Likens It To ‘Squid Game’

    Award shows have always been glitter and glamour. But it’s not just about getting dressed up and receiving titles, it’s much more of a deep and a bit toxic. Lily Gladstone thinks such award shows are like the Netflix series ‘Squid Game’.

    According to Lily, with the rise of talent such awards shows have become more competitive, hence many people aren’t interested in them now.

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    Lily Gladstone Calls Golden Globes ‘Squid Game’

    Lily Gladstone

    During her appearance onThe Kelly Clarkson ShowLily Gladstone shared her views on awards shows. She said, “The Globes was a little bit like Squid Game. I mean, the reality is, you’re in shapewear, you need to pee, you have commercial breaks but that’s the only time that you’re able to do it.”

    Lily Gladstone won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama in January 2014. She became the first indigenous woman to receive the honor. She delivered her acceptance speech in the Blackfoot language and was proud of using her native language on such a big platform.

    Killers Of The Flower Moonactress noted, “In this business, Native actors used to speak their lines in English and then the sound mixers would run them backwards to accomplish Native languages on camera.”

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    Lily Gladstone On The Good Part Of Award Show Culture

    Lily Gladstone

    The actress after sharing some bad parts about the awards season, also shared some positive parts, such as meeting your favorite idols. She said, “So, it’s just a mad scramble and then that’s the time when you get to like jam in meeting idols like, you know, Meryl Streep. Of course, that part is not bad”.

    Moreover while giving her acceptance speech in her native language, she also dedicated her award to those children who don’t dare to dream regardless of their background.

    She concluded her speech by saying “This is for every little res kid, every little urban kid, every little Native kid out there who has a dream who is seeing themselves represented, and our stories told by ourselves, in our own words with tremendous allies and tremendous trust with and from each other”.

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