A reporter adreessing Sandra Bullock after winng the Golden Globe awards saying:
"Itís gone very well for you tonight. Here come the Academy Awards."
What does he mean by " Here come the Academy Awards."
I understand theat the first part means "The award has gone to the one who really deserves it" but i cant get the second part.
Thanks a lot.
You are not right about the first sentence. It has nothing to do with "deserve".
A: "How was your job interview?"
B: "All went very well."
A: "How is it going with your new job?"
B: "Very well!"
The reporter just wants to say that tonight has been a good night for Bullack.