Austin Butler wishes Jacob Elordi, the ex-boyfriend of Kaia Gerber, "all the best" in his new role as Elvis PresleyAustin Butler wishes Jacob Elordi, the ex-boyfriend of Kaia Gerber, "all the best" in his new role as Elvis Presley

Austin Butler wishes Jacob Elordi, the ex-boyfriend of Kaia Gerber, "all the best" in his new role as Elvis Presley

On January 10, first-time Golden Globe winner Austin Butler wished Jacob Elordi, Kaia Gerber's ex, luck as he prepares to play Elvis Presley in a forthcoming film.On January 10, first-time Golden Globe winner Austin Butler wished Jacob Elordi, Kaia Gerber's ex, luck as he prepares to play Elvis Presley in a forthcoming film.
On January 10, first-time Golden Globe winner Austin Butler wished Jacob Elordi, Kaia Gerber's ex, luck as he prepares to play Elvis Presley in a forthcoming film.
The Hollywood hottie responded by maintaining a cordial relationship with his girlfriend, Kaia Gerber's ex.
The 31-year-old said, "I just want to wish him the best.".
Although we haven't spoken, I want him to have a great time.
Kaia was overjoyed to ring in the new year with Austin. She enjoys their time together and can definitely see a future together, the insider claimed at the time.
Austin began his acceptance speech by saying, "Oh, man, all my words are leaving me. I just am so grateful right now I'm in ...
...this room full of my heroes." He also thanked director Quentin Tarantino and actor Brad Pitt of the movie Bullet Train.
The talented actor continued, "I owe this to a fearless, visionary director who gave me the opportunity to take risks and I always knew I would be supported. I love you, Baz Luhrmann.
Austin expressed her gratitude to Tom Hanks, who she described as the best dance partner she could have ever hoped for, and said, "Thank you for believing in me during those times when I didn't even believe in myself.
The winner recognized three-time Golden Globe winner Denzel Washington, 68, just before thanking the Presley family and the producers.
Denzel Washington deserves my gratitude, he said.
Austin and Denzel co-starred in the 2018 Broadway production of The Iceman Cometh. Denzel, thank you for your kindness and generosity in supporting me when you did not have to.