There's only one thing that could possibly make winning the best actress Golden Globe for a dramatic movie less sweet, and that would be accidentally wearing a see-through dress.
Sandra Bullock, still glowing from her win, turned to the ever-helpful backstage press for a second opinion on her gown.
"My dress isn't see through, is it? I know you guys would tell me right," she said, before she could even answer any reporters' questions. FULL POST
Fresh off her high as this year's best supporting actress in a motion picture, Mo'Nique expertly avoided a few minefields laid by a reporter backstage.
When asked what she thought of the Rihanna/Chris Brown situation, Mo'Nique said she didn't have an opinion, and however Rihanna wanted to handle it, it was up to her.
The reporter followed up, asking Mo'Nique if she thinks Rihanna should've spoken out, and Mo'Nique's comedic instincts kicked in. FULL POST
Diving into the reporter's den after winning the Golden Globe for the best performance by an actress in a dramatic television series, Julianna Margulies had to sidestep quite a pointed question.
A reporter asked: Julianna, you play a wife who has been scorned and gets on TV. What advice do you have for Elin Woods?"
Julianna's response? "I'm not going there!" FULL POST
With just a few hours until show time, Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais isn't feeling so hot.
"I’m a bit stuffy with a bit of a temperature," the "Office" creator told CNN. "It’s raining, I’d rather be at home in my pants eating chocolates and getting drunk."
But Ricky couldn't shirk his duties even if he wanted to - "they’ve paid me and I’ve spent it, so I’ve got to do it now," Gervais said. FULL POST
The sun may not have come out for the 67th annual Golden Globes, but no matter – there were enough bright dresses to offset the downpour.
Ginnifer Goodwin donned an asymmetrical cobalt blue gown, "The Office's" Mindy Kaling is in a sunshine yellow one-shoulder dress, while both Diane Kruger and Lauren Graham went with hot pink. Sandra Bullock, up for two “Globe” awards tonight, is wearing an almost iridescent floor-length purple gown.
Young actresses Lea Michele and Anna Kendrick both went for the drama, with the “Glee” star doing ‘50s glam in a floor-length black, corseted gown, and Kendrick taking a break from her standard red carpet minidress for a white and gold one-shoulder piece. FULL POST
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