Watching the 68th Annual Golden Globes -- Minute-by-Minute Fun! 


Alright, so far, Ricky Gervais is doing a great job. I enjoyed his Scientology bit regarding "I Love You Phillip Morris."

And right away, Scarlett Johansson comes out to present the Best Supporting Actor to...Christian Bale for "The Fighter." Okay, so far, I'm 1 to 1 with my Golden Globes prediction.

Oooooh, Katey Sagal just won Best Actress in a TV series, drama for "Sons of Anarchy." Sorry Julianna Margulies, Elisabeth Moss, Piper Perabo, and Kyra Sedgwick. I predicted Margulies, but as I said, I'm not a TV expert.

They're rudely playing soundtrack over Sagal's acceptance speech. Time for commercial break.

Julianne Moore and Kevin Spacey introduce this year's Miss Golden Globe...and it's Gia Mantegna, daughter of Joe Mantegna. And the winner for Best Mini-Series or TV Movie is....Carlos!

Ladies and gentlemen, Ashton Kutcher's poppa, Bruce Willis! Demi Moore's ex introduces "Red" as one of the nominees for Best Motion Picture, musical or comedy.

Wow! First Glee win of the night! Chris Colfer beat Scott Caan, Chris Noth, Eric Stonestreet, and David Straithairn for Best Supporting Actor in a series, mini-series, or TV movie.

Great anti-bullying message Mister Colfer!

And...commercial break.

Michelle Pfeiffer still looks hot! She introduces Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland," nominated for 3 Globes including Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy.

Did Gervais lose weight? He looks good!

Eva Longoria looks prim and proper introducing the President of the Hollywood Foreign Press, Phillip Berk.

Kevin Bacon and Milla Jovovich present the Best Actor in a TV series, drama trophy to Steve Buscemi, Boardwalk Empire.

And Boardwalk Empire beats Dexter, The Good Wife, Mad Men, and The Walking Dead for Best TV Series, drama!

Andrew Garfield, the new "Spider-Man," could barely say "excellently written" as he's introducing "The Social Network," one of the contenders for this year's Best Picture Globes.

Alec Baldwin and Jennifer Lopez present the Best Song. And it goes to...I knew it..."You Haven't Seen the Last of Me" from Burlesque sang by...Cher! Dianne Warren accepts the award! Wait, she just calls Cher the eternal bad-ass, yeah!

And the winner for Original Score is..."THE SOCIAL NETWORK" with Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.

OMG...it's Justin Bieber with Hailee Steinfeld ("True Grit").

And the winner for Best Animated Feature Film is..."Toy Story 3." Wait, I just guessed that one...yes, it's true, it's "Toy Story 3" and director Lee Unkrich is accepting the Globe. Yes, the third "Toy" installment is an animated film with a beating heart...

Robert Downey Jr. talking about the vibe of the show. Oh I get it, Downey Jr. is introducing the nominees of the Best Actress Musical/Comedy category...I picked Annette Bening!

HURRAY!!! BENING WINS BEST ACTRESS COMEDY/MUSICAL FOR "THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT!" I LOVE HER! I LOVE THAT MOVIE! CONGRATS!

She thanks her "partner" Julianne Moore first...aw :) Big props to her husband, the 1962 Globe winner for Most Promising Star...Warren Beatty!

Sylvester Stallone fittingly introduces "The Fighter" as one of the contenders for Best Picture.

Geoffrey Rush and Tilda Swinton give the Best Actor in a mini-series or TV movie trophy to Al Pacino for "You Don't Know Jack" beating Idris Elba, Ian McShane, Dennis Quaid, and Edgar Ramirez. Girlfriend? Who is Pacino's girlfriend?

And Claire Danes just won Best Actress in a mini-series or TV movie for Temple Grandin. I like her simple but fantastic pink outfit!

Zac Efron is introducing "The Kids Are All Right." Hhhmmmm...

The lovable Tina Fey and Steve Carell present the Best Script category! Aaron Sorkin wins the category for "The Social Network." Yay! Aw, I love his girl-power message yeah!

Oh look, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Captain America (Chris Evans) on stage! Why are they not wearing their respective costumes?

Second win for "Glee" with Jane Lynch getting the Best Supporting Actress in a series, mini-series or TV Movie. She just thanked her wife! Yeah!

Robert Pattinson and Olivia Wilde are presenting the Best Foreign Language trophy. And the winner is...Denmark for "In a Better World." Accepting the award is director Suzanne Bier.

The elegant and wonderful Helen Mirren introduces one of the nominees for Best Picture, Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech," the leader of tonight's nominations receiving sevon nods.

Vanessa L. Williams and Blair Underwood present the Best Actress in a TV series, comedy trophy to Laura Linney for The Big C.

The dazzling Jane Fonda shows up again (she was also at the Critics' Choice Movie Awards Friday) to introduce "Burlesque" as one of the nominees for Best Motion Picture -- Comedy or Musical.

And the winner for Best Actor TV Comedy Series is...Jim Parsons for The Big Bang Theory! Sorry Mister Steve Carell. :(

Jeremy Irons introduces the Best Supporting Actress nominees. And yay, Melissa Leo for "The Fighter" wins! It's due! She was soooooo great in "Frozen River," so this is a long overdue love!

And Matt Damon shows up to present the prestigious Cecil B. DeMille Award to Robert De Niro. I adore you Mr. De Niro, but can you please promise not to make any more films like "Little Fockers" and return to quality moviemaking that made you great in the first place!

Now Megan Fox, remember her, takes the stage to introduce one of the nominees for Best Motion Picture -- Comedy or Musical, the lackluster "The Tourist."

Just-announced Golden Globe Best Actress winner, Annette Bening, presents the Best Director award to David Fincher for "The Social Network."

January Jones and Jimmy Fallon present the Best TV series -- Comedy or Musical. And the winner is...Glee! Don't stop believing y'all!

Alicia Keys introduces Best Picture contender, "Black Swan."

Who will win Best Actor comedy/musical? Halle Berry will let us know. Hurray! Paul Giamatti wins for "Barney's Version!" Sorry double-nominee, Johnny Depp!

Joseph Gordon-Leavitt introduces "Inception," one of the Best Picture contenders.

And now Best Actress...and the Golden Globe goes to...Natalie Portman for "Black Swan!" Mila "sweet lips" Kunis? Aw...how sweet!

Now, Tom Hanks and Tim Allen, "Toy Story's" Woody and Buzz Lightyear, on deck to present the Best Motion Picture -- Comedy or Musical trophy. And the Globe goes to..."THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT!" HURRAY!!!!

And Sandra Bullock, last year's Best Actress winner for "The Blind Side," presents the best actor award. What's up with her hair? Sorry but the China hairstyle ain't cutting it!

And the Best Actor Globe goes to...Colin Firth for "The King's Speech!" Another BIG yay!

Michael Douglas gets a much-deserved standing ovation as he presents the last award of the evening, the Best Motion Picture of the Year!

And the big prize of the evening, the Best Picture, goes to..."THE SOCIAL NETWORK!"

Everyone's happy, now let's all go back to social networking, I'm finishing my drink :happy

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