Tom Cruise is reportedly returning his Golden Globes, as its organizer, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), grapples with the fallout from an ongoing diversity controversy.

The "Mission Impossible" star "delivered back to the HFPA the three Golden Globe trophies he has won" on Monday, according to Deadline.

Cruise, 58, picked up Globes for his roles in "Jerry Maguire," "Born on the Fourth of July" and "Magnolia."


A representative for the performer didn't immediately return ITK's request for comment.

News of the reported returns by Cruise came shortly after NBC announced it wouldn't be airing next year's Golden Globes ceremony.

NBC Universal said in a statement Monday that while the network felt the HFPA is "committed to meaningful reform," the association "needs time to do it right."

The HFPA has faced widespread criticism in recent months for its lack of diversity — the group has no Black members.

Last week, the board of the HFPA unveiled several recommendations for "transformational change," including reaffirming its "commitment to bringing Black and racially diverse members into our organization" and bringing aboard a new Chief Diversity Officer to develop a long-term plan.