Viola Davis took home a Golden Globe on Sunday for her role in Fences, and at the official after party, she shared with reporters her big celebration plans.
“I’m going to eat! I’m going to eat some meat.”
As far as the best part of the night, she said that “It’s having my husband, and people who love me, and people who have my back, and people who celebrate me, behind me.”
Viola was joined by her husband Julius Tennon while their daughter Genesis watched from home. Viola was also one actress that discussed Trump at the show, although she did so backstage.
“I will, believe it or not, remove Trump from the equation. Because I feel that it’s bigger than him. I believe that it is our responsibility to uphold what it is to be an American. And what America is about, and the true meaning of what it means to pursue the American dream.
“I think that America in and of itself has been an affirmation, but I think that we’ve fallen short a lot, because there is no way that we can have anyone in office that is not an extension of our own belief system. So then what does that say about us? And I think that, if you answer that question, I think that that says it all.”