It's awards season and the nominations for the 2019 Golden Globe best film lead actress are in so you can make your predictions on which actresses will win. In both the drama and comedy or musical categories talented actresses, some with a long Golden Globes history and others who have earned their first Golden Globe nomination - but which actress from a 2018 movie will take home the prize in each category?
The 2019 Golden Globe Best Actress nominees for a musical or comedy category include: Emily Blunt in Mary Poppins Returns, Constance Wu in the romantic comedy Crazy Rich Asians, Elsie Fisher with her first Golden Globe nomination for Eighth Grade, Olivia Coleman as Queen Anne in The Favorite, and Charlize Theron in the comedy-drama Tully.
In the Golden Globe's drama category, the actresses include: Lady Gaga in the musical romantic drama A Star Is Born, Glenn Close in The Wife, Nicole Kidman in the crime drama Destroyer, Melissa McCarthy in Can You Ever Forgive Me?, and Rosamund Pike as Marie Colvin in A Private War.
Vote for the 2019 Golden Globe-nominated actresses most likely to win the drama category and the musical or comedy category. After casting your votes, wait for the big night on January 6, 2019, to see if your Golden Globe predictions prove accurate.
The Favourite as Queen Anne (Musical or Comedy)
2017: Won for Best Supporting Actress in The Night Manager
A Star Is Born as Ally Maine (Drama)
2012: Nominated for Best Original Song for Gnomeo & Juliet's "Hello Hello"
2016: Won for Best Actress in American Horror Story: Hotel
Destroyer as Erin Bell (Drama)
1992: Nominated for Best Supporting Actress in Billy Bathgate
1996: Won for Best Lead Actress in To Die For
2002: Nominated for Best Lead Actress in The Others
2002: Won for Best Lead Actress in Moulin Rouge!
2003: Won for Best Lead Actress in The Hours
2004: Nominated for Lead Best Lead Actress in Cold Mountain
2005: Nominated for Best Actress in Birth
2011: Nominated for Best Lead Actress in Rabbit Hole
2013: Nominated for Best Lead Actress in Hemingway & Gellhorn
2013: Nominated for Best Supporting Actress in The Paperboy
2017: Nominated for Best Supporting Actress in Lion
2018: Won for Best Actress in Big Little Lies
Can You Ever Forgive Me? as Lee Israel (Drama)
2016: Nominated for Best Actress in Spy