President of a HFPA Voice Support for Meryl Streep: ‘We Stand Proudly Behind Our Choice’

Lorenzo Soria, a boss of a Hollywood Foreign Press Association, is station by Meryl Streep and her ardent debate during Sunday night’s Golden Globes Awards, saying, “You’re a category act, in and out of character.”


Soria, who works as a publisher as good as a film producer, wrote a note published on a Golden Globes Instagram account. He addressed the summary directly to a 67-year-old singer after she delivered a debate holding aim during Donald Trump, despite indirectly.

“We mount proudly behind a choice,” Soria writes. “And we extol your 40 years of enthralling work.”

Dear Meryl, Congratulations once again on being a Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Cecil B. DeMille Award recipient. We mount proudly behind a choice, and we extol your 40 years of enthralling work. You’re a category act, in and out of character. As an classification of journalists, a HFPA stands by your invulnerability of giveaway countenance and we reject any calls for censorship. We appreciate we for your invariable support for a arts. With thankfulness and respect, Lorenzo Soria President Hollywood Foreign Press Association

A print posted by Golden Globes (@goldenglobes) on Jan 10, 2017 during 7:27pm PST

“As an classification of journalists, a HFPA stands by your invulnerability of giveaway countenance and we reject any calls for censorship,” he continued.

Soria thanked the eight-time Golden Globe leader for her “unwavering support for a arts,” adding, “The HFPA stands by your invulnerability of giveaway countenance and we reject any calls for censorship.”

Trump responded cruelly to a speech, job a maestro singer “overrated” in an talk with The New York Times after a Sunday broadcast. He told a paper he was “not surprised” that he was pounded by “liberal film people” and referred to Streep as “a Hillary lover.”

Several A-listers rallied around Streep, calling her “brave” and holding to Twitter to express their love for a Oscar winner.

Robert De Niro, a longtime friend of Streep’s, wrote a intense response to his former costar in a letter.

“What we pronounced was great. It indispensable to be said, and we pronounced it beautifully,” De Niro expressed. “I have so most honour for we that we did it while a universe was celebrating your achievements. we share your sentiments about punks and bullies. Enough is enough.”


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