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Golden Globes Pianist Chloe Flower Vows She Wasn’t Playing Off Winners’ Speeches

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According to pianist Chloe Flower, there is actually no person offstage playing music to get the awardees to finish their speeches. The music comes from a completely different place. “Someone else is doing that,” Flower explained in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. “I have no control. It’s not something they discussed with me or was even discussed with me because it’s outside of my role.”

While it’s not entirely clear where exactly the recorded piano music came from during the Golden Globes, Flower wants people to know for sure that she had nothing to do with it — particularly in the case of Michelle Yeoh. “It’s really important for Asian women – especially Asian women today, especially in Hollywood – [to unite]’ Flower said. “I’m a big fan of Michelle Yeoh. I did not know it [Michelle] came and when I saw that she was there I was at the piano in real time. I was like, ‘Oh my god, she’s here.’”

When the piano music started playing and Yeoh called out to them, Flower said she was stunned. Golden Globes producers later reportedly apologized to Flower and asked host Jerrod Carmichael to explain things to viewers during the show. “[The producers] were so apologetic and so nice and they approached me at the piano,” Flower told THR. “They said, ‘We’re going to fix this.'”

Thankfully, Yeoh and Flower have since worked things out. “I saw Michelle and she hugged me,” the pianist revealed. “She reached out and took my hand, and I said, ‘I would never play during your speech.’ We talked for a minute, so it was really nice.”



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