Golden Globes Prepares for Rainy Day on the Red Carpet

Associated Press
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The show must go on

Celebs may want to grab an umbrella as they head out the door for Sunday's Golden Globes ceremony. 

With rain hitting the Los Angeles area throughout the weekend, Golden Globes reps say the show will still go off without a hitch, even if Mother Nature doesn't cooperate. 

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"While fully prepared, weather forecast predicts dry skies once #goldenglobes arrivals begin," HFPA president Theo Kingma tweeted Sunday. He also shared a photo showing the red carpet covered in a tent. 

A Golden Globes representative confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that rain would not disrupt the red carpet. There is a 35 percent chance of rain in Beverly Hills forecast for 3 p.m., when red-carpet coverage begins.

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Beverly Hills police told The Hollywood Reporter that security at the event would be comparable to that of recent Globe ceremonies. 

"We have plenty of officers out there, along with private security," Sgt. Robert Maycott said.

The Golden Globes ceremony airs Jan. 11 at 5 p.m. on NBC.


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