Kevin Costner Issues Heartfelt Statement to Fans on Missing Big Night at Golden Globes

Kevin Costner posted a sincere video to his fans explaining why he had to miss his big night at the Golden Globes.

Costner was finally honored, after years of frustration for fans of the show, for his portrayal of John Dutton in the smash hit modern western “Yellowstone.”

“Hi everyone, look,” Costner said.

“I’m so sorry to everyone who might have been turning in to watch the Golden Globes.

“Chris and I aren’t going to be able to be there.

“Yesterday, we had to pull the kids out of school, and in Santa Barbara, this is the second time in five years the freeways flooded out.

“We found ourselves on the wrong side of town and couldn’t get back last night.

“We couldn’t even get back to the house this morning in time with the freeways closed.

“Nobody’s sadder than us that we can’t be there at the Golden Globes.

“Chris had a beautiful dress, I was looking forward to walking down the red carpet with her.

“The people at Yellowstone, my castmates, my directors who have been directing me, I’m just so sorry that I can’t be there. I really wanted to.”

Presenter Regina Hall announced Costner’s win and went off-script to explain why the “Yellowstone” star was not there.

She said:

“Kevin Costner, he so much wanted to be…I always like how they write this…It’s like, ‘He so much wanted to be…’ No, I’m sure he did, but because of the — it’s been raining — the unprecedented weather and flooding, he has to shelter in place — in Santa Barbara.

“Jesus. No, this is a sad story right now. He’s stuck in Santa Barbara. Let’s pray, everyone. No, that’s awful,” she joked.

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“Yellowstone” started off with a small audience which grew each year.

The show’s fans came mostly from America’s heartland during the early days but a move to Sunday night exposed the show to a wider audience.

The show has gone on to smash records and become one of the top-rated shows on television.

The show spawned multiple hit spinoffs with more in the works.

He gave his acceptance speech on social media where he graciously thanked the fans of the show for sticking with it and making it the surprise hit of the last few years.

Costner said:

“I share this recognition with my castmates, the producers, and our incredible crew.

“Most of all, thank you to our show’s fans, who love Yellowstone Ranch as if it were their own.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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