Miss Golden Globe

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Misses, Misters, and Ambassadors – Looking Back at the Young Stars Who Brightened Up the Golden Globe Stage

The tradition started in 1962 when the Golden Globes reached a maturity of sorts- all of 18 years old! In an appropriate celebration of both youth and legacy, two up and coming actresses were chosen by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to assist with the task of delivering awards at the 1963 Golden Globe ceremony. Eva Six, a Hungarian-born actress who starred in a couple of beach party movies (a hot trend at the time), and Donna Douglas, star of the popular TV series The Beverly Hillbillies, were the first Miss Golden Globes.