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Live in Hollywood: The 2010 Golden Globes

No more spoiler alerts needed: The Golden Globe Awards will air live on the West Coast for the first time next year.

The ceremony has traditionally been time-delayed on the West Coast so it could air in prime time. But in a world where ...
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Glamour arrives at the 2009 Golden Globes red carpet! Lisa Rinna and Joey Fatone interview the cast of the hit show WEEDS - Kevin Nealon, Elizabeth Perkins and Justin Kirk.

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Glamour arrives at the 2009 Golden Globes red carpet! Lisa Rinna and Joey Fatone interview Aaron Eckhart from THE DARK KNIGHT in the role of Two-Face.

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Glamour arrives at the 2009 Golden Globes red carpet! Lisa Rinna and Joey Fatone interview the nominee for Best Director for the film SLUMDOG MILLIONARE, Danny Boyle and its stars Dev Patel and Freida Pinto.

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Glamour arrives at the 2009 Golden Globes red carpet! Lisa Rinna and Joey Fatone interview actor and producer Sean P. Diddy Combs.

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Live in Hollywood: The 2010 Golden Globes

No more spoiler alerts needed: The Golden Globe Awards will air live on the West Coast for the first time next year.

The ceremony has traditionally been time-delayed on the West Coast so it could air in prime time. But in a world where ...
read more

Golden Globes 2008

And the Winners Are...OK, so it wasn’t the most exciting awards show last night — actually, we’re not really sure we’d even call it an awards show since it was downgraded to mere press-conference status. Come to think of it, it must really suck for first-time nominees who were looking forward to all the glitz and glam. But despite all the havoc the strike has created, it doesn’t mean we shouldn’t acknowledge the winners just because nobody showed up, right? Here we offer up Seacrest's roundup of who won what. (Obviously, nothing can keep that guy from a day's work.) Watch it now! | More online videos read more

Golden Globes 2008

And the Winners Are...OK, so it wasn’t the most exciting awards show last night — actually, we’re not really sure we’d even call it an awards show since it was downgraded to mere press-conference status. Come to think of it, it must really suck for first-time nominees who were looking forward to all the glitz and glam. But despite all the havoc the strike has created, it doesn’t mean we shouldn’t acknowledge the winners just because nobody showed up, right? Here we offer up Seacrest's roundup of who won what. (Obviously, nothing can keep that guy from a day's work.) Watch it now! | More online videos read more

Golden Globes: A No-Show Show

What if they gave an awards show and nobody came? That heretofore rhetorical question has been answered twice in the last week, with unspeakably unwatchable results.First came CBS’ comically corny and pitifully rated People’s Choice Awards last Tuesday. With its ceremonial and traditionally well-attended all-star party scrapped by the writers’ strike, this new and unimproved version (with winners accepting in awkward taped segments) was emceed by poor Queen Latifah from what looked like a drag queen's bunker. I only made it through the first commercial break of that sad excuse for a show before bailing.But I had no choice but to slog through all of NBC’s historic (for all the wrong reasons) telecast Sunday of what the network called “The Golden Globes Winners Special.” Though only an hour long, it felt much longer than the usual three-hour glamourfest as Billy Bush and Nancy O’Dell struggled to vamp their way through what can only be thought of as ... read more

Golden Globes: What's Your Take on the Winners… and the "Big Show"?

Adding insult to the injury of having this year's Golden Globes telecast boiled down into an hour-long news conference, broadcast television also saw itself virtually shut out of grabbing any accolades, as cable TV proved to be the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's favorite child.Outside of 30 Rock star Tina Fey's win in the best actress/TV comedy race, the rest of the HFPA's loving went to cable, with Mad Men, Extras and Longford topping the best drama, comedy and TV-movie/miniseries categories, respectively. Glenn Close (Damages) and Jon Hamm (Mad Men) took home (or rather, will be messengered) honors for best actress and actor in a TV drama, while David Duchovny (Californication) pulled an upset in the best actor/TV comedy contest. Finishing up cable's near-sweep, Jeremy Piven (Entourage) and Samantha Morton (Longford) won in TV's supporting-acting categories.Film-wise, Atonement, Sweeney Todd and The Diving Bell and the Butterfly won for best drama, comedy/musical and forei... read more

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Premise: The Hollywood Foreign Press Association stages its 65th annual gala, which recognizes achievement in 25 movie and TV categories. Highlights include a tribute to filmmaker Steven Spielberg, who receives the Cecil B. DeMille Award. Broadcast from Beverly Hills.

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