Rachel Brosnahan subject of NYT correction debate over Golden Globe hors d’ouvres

Rachel Brosnahan subject of NYT correction debate over Golden Globe hors d'ouvres

“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” star Rachel Brosnahan has given new meaning to the term “picky eater.”

The actress’ p.r. rep sent the New York Times a correction after they thought the stick-thin actress was eyeing a plate of passed food during a Golden Globes party.

Ben Widdicombe tweeted: “Got hit w/ a NYT correction today because I wrote an actress at a Golden Globes after-party ‘eyed but did not touch a passing tray of pigs-in-blankets.’ Her PR objected & the correx reads: ‘she did not see trays of hors d’oeuvres being served at the party.’ Might frame that one.”

The vegan meal served included dishes such as “mushroom scallops.” We reported meaty snacks were served at many after-parties, and coveted by famished guests. The Times piece now reads she “only had mushroom scallops and rice.”

Brosnahan responded, “In arguably the strangest thing I’ve been asked to fact-check, no. We were on the carpet & much to my dismay they don’t feed you on those. But we did chat about climate change+steps we can take to ensure a brighter future for all of us … and this is what got printed. So there’s that.”

Widdicombe tells us, “Rachel is the nicest person you could meet, and we are happy to set the record straight.”





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