While the Hollywood A-listers walked the red carpet, took their seats, drank their booze, and accepted their awards, the rest of us turned on our televisions and took to Twitter to discuss absolutely everything — Did you hear there was sewage on the red carpet? How hot does Matthew McConaughey look? Congrats, Breaking Bad!
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The tags on this post are not entirely accurate; Shia LaBeouf and Jim Carrey aren’t exactly in a celebrity feud. Why? Because in order to be in a celebrity feud, one must be a celebrity. And Shia wants you to know that he is no longer one of those:
I AM NOT FAMOUS ANYMORE—
Shia LaBeouf (@thecampaignbook) January 13, 2014
Reeaally embracing that retirement “from all public life,” Shia.
Anyway, here’s the LaBeef: While presenting the award for Best Motion Picture — Comedy or Musical at the Golden Globes last night, Jim Carrey decided to have a little fun at the Transformers star’s expense. He began his patter by quoting an old chestnut that may have originated with actor Edmund Gwenn: “Dying is easy. Comedy is hard.” Then came the kicker: “I believe it was Shia LaBeouf who said that. So young, so wise.”
The Golden Globes honor the best performances on film and television, but the telecast is all about celebrating the best speeches. Here’s how we called it: READ FULL STORY
I took way too many photos of my TV screen during the Golden Globes. Some of them made the cut. (Who can say what “some” means, really?) Join me in a visual adventure through Tina and Amy’s gladiating, Martin Scorsese’s unbridled enthusiasm at a vagina joke, Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ gluttony, and more: READ FULL STORY
From that burst sewage pipe to a press room stuffed with dazed, slightly tipsy celebrity winners — not to mention the after parties — EW was there to capture all the magic of this year’s Golden Globes. Want to see Bradley Cooper giving us a thumbs-up, Tatiana Maslany giving us her best red carpet twirl, pals Taylor Swift and Jennifer Lawrence strutting their stuff together, and much, much more? Scroll on — and check out EW’s Instagram page for even more stills.
Was she just being “Mean”? (No.)
After Amy Poehler finally won a Golden Globe for her work on Parks and Recreation, Tina Fey happily said to her friend and co-host, “I love you, and there’s a special place in hell for you!”
Hilarious…and also some not-so-subtle shade-throwing on an in-the-room Taylor Swift? Swift famously got upset last year at the Golden Globes when Poehler and Fey made a silly joke at her expense, telling her to “stay away from Michael J. Fox’s son.”
Later, when Swift was on the cover of Vanity Fair, she spoke about the incident, saying,”You know, Katie Couric is one of my favorite people because she said to me she had heard a quote that she loved, that said, ‘There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.’” (The quote is originally attributed to Madeleine Albright.)
Now, the ‘hell’ quote seems to be thrown back at her. Pity the cameraperson didn’t cut away for a reaction shot. READ FULL STORY
Elisabeth Moss brought some of Peggy Olson’s feistiness to this year’s Golden Globes.
First, Moss attempted to spice up the red carpet by flipping off E!’s mani-cam (twice). Less than an hour later, the actress was on stage to accept the award for Best Actress in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made For Television for her work in Top of the Lake when she kept the censors on their toes with her immediate reaction to winning: “Holy sh–.”
Watch Moss’ acceptance speech below:
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Jacqueline Bisset won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries, or TV Movie. Bisset won for her role in the British series Dancing on the Edge, which aired on Starz last year. Bisset took her time ascending to the stage, briefly stopping to say hello to her End of the Game costar Jon Voight. Then her speech started. Kind of. A very emotional Bisset looked a bit shocked, offered a meandering thank-you to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. READ FULL STORY
Live, from Beverly Hills, it’s the 71st Annual Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s Lee Daniels’ The Butler Golden Globe Awards! And as you can see from the previous sentence, hosts Fey and Poehler are already proving why bringing them back to host was the best idea NBC’s had since the mid-’00s. Here are a few funny highlights; check back for an updated list of jokes as the night progresses.
Amy: “Congratulations to all the wonderful actors nominated tonight, from the amazing Chiwetel Ejiofer, to the stunning Lupita Nyong’o, to American treasure Tam Honks. …Damnit, I knew I was going to screw that up.” [Camera pans to Tom Hanks]
Amy: “Matt Damon is here for Behind the Candelabra. Matt, on any other night in another room, you would be a big deal. But tonight, and don’t take this the wrong way, you’re basically a garbage person.”
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