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Golden Globe Awards

  1. mysteries
    Mariska Hargitay: Found!We get to the bottom of why she skipped the Golden Globes.
  2. mysteries
    James Franco: Found!We get to the bottom of why he skipped the Golden Globes.
  3. right-click
    Golden Globe–Winning Song an Insult to All Washed-Up LosersThis goes out to all you scarecrows filled with nothing but dust and wheat!
  4. quote machine
    Ricky Gervais Tells Yet Another Holocaust JokePlus: Everyone’s talking about Lil Wayne.
  5. mistakes
    Anne Hathaway to Snap Neck of Golden Globes WebmasterIf any members of the HFPA wake up with blue hair this morning, they’ll probably know why.
  6. kudos
    Golden Globes: Could Kate Winslet’s Double Victory Cost Her at the Oscars?Will Oscar voters now be more confused than ever about how best to give her an award?
  7. haters
    Golden Globes: Tina Fey Blasts Real-Life Haters’Babsonlacrosse, you can suck it. Dianefan, you can suck it. Cougar-letter, you can really suck it.’
  8. kudos
    Slumdog Millionaire and Kate Winslet Win Practically Every Golden GlobePlus: Mickey Rourke! Tina Fey! ‘Mad Men’!
  9. golden globes
    Red-carpet Looks from the Golden GlobesA megaslideshow featuring all the red-carpet looks from the Golden Globes.
  10. new york fugging city
    Fug Girls: Live-Blogging the Red Carpet at the Golden GlobesEveryone in Hollywood is out tonight, and our diligent correspondents are mercilessly judging how they clean up.
  11. the future
    Anne Hathaway Plays Down Early Golden Globes Victory’I think it was just a glitch,’ speculated the computer expert.
  12. kudos
    Ten Things That Ought to Make the Golden Globes Worth WatchingIt’s the Fun Bobby of awards shows!
  13. new york fugging city
    Watch the Golden Globes With the Fug Girls This SundayThey’re live-blogging the red carpet from 6 to 8 p.m.
  14. kudos
    Who, Besides Anne Hathaway, Will Win a Golden Globe This Weekend?We were completely wrong about everything last year — but what do we think this time?
  15. the future
    Anne Hathaway Wins an Early Golden GlobeCongratulations to Hathaway, who, according to the awards’ official Website, will win a Golden Globe for Best Actress on Sunday night!
  16. loose threads
    Galliano to Receive Legion of Honour; Jewelers Woo Actresses for Award SeasonAlso, China’s apparel market still looks promising, and Gwyneth Paltrow’s on a crazy new diet.
  17. the industry
    Tom Arnold Yells at 19-Year-Old Boys OnlineAlso: Michael Apted + User Generated Content = Democracy!
  18. drama
    Who’s Going to Accept the Golden Globe on Heath Ledger’s Behalf?Our vote is for Jack Nicholson.
  19. chat room
    Vulture Exclusive: Harvey Weinstein on Yesterday’s Golden Globe NominationsHarvey talked to Vulture about his Best Picture odds and the Weinstein Company’s new blog-outreach program.
  20. kudos
    The Golden Globes: Who Got Snubbed?’Milk,’ Clint, and ‘Wall-E,’ to name a few.
  21. kudos
    Golden Globe Nominations Announced!Congratulations, Tom Cruise!
  22. gossipmonger
    Gwyneth: Hungry AND Pregnant?Gwyneth Paltrow may have gone to Mount Sinai Medical Center on Monday to deal with pregnancy complications. Pink is teaming up with PETA to help stop horse-drawn carriage rides in Central Park. Billionaire Band-Aid heiress Libet Johnson refused to let her husband, weight-loss guru Dr. Lionel Bissoon, see their adopted child after they broke up. WD-50 chef Wylie Dufresne had BBQ and finger food at his wedding to former magazine editor Maile Carpenter this past weekend. Maroon Five guitarist James Valentine wrote about how much harder he used to party on his MySpace page. 5WPR founder Ronn Torossian has really low standards for the cases he’ll agree to take on. Ed Burns claims that critics in New York hate his films because he didn’t go to an Ivy League school and his dad’s a cop.
  23. gossipmonger
    Diane Sawyer Forgets to Ask Katie Holmes About the HubbaspermDiane Sawyer interviewed Katie Holmes on Good Morning America yet neglected to ask her about the rumor that she was impregnated with L. Ron Hubbard’s sperm. New York Giants Plaxico Burress, Antonio Pierce, and Ruben Droughns went to Home nightclub in Manhattan after flying back from Dallas and ordered $1,000 of Bacardi, vodka, and Champagne, but forgot to tip their waitress. Waiters at Brasserie 44 in the Royalton Hotel thought they discovered Frank Bruni’s notebook, but it turned out to belong to someone else (and they slipped in some Bruni ass-kissing to boot!). Jil Scott picked up a male model at an Allure fashion shoot and took him to Nobu. Keith Olbermann’s quote to Playboy that “Fox News is worse than Al-Qaeda” did not go over well with many of the magazine’s readers.
  24. kudos
    We Were Wrong About Pretty Much Every Golden GlobeIt’s a shame the actual awards show didn’t happen, because it would have been truly bizarre.
  25. the early-evening news
    Thinking of Going to See ‘The Little Mermaid’ on Broadway? Don’t!Plus: The Golden Globes go Bushless!
  26. kudos
    If Anyone Ever Wins a Golden Globe, Who Will It Be?Will Billy Bush traipse to Angelina Jolie’s mansion and leave a statue on the porch?
  27. new york fugging city
    No Golden Globes? Now Everything’s Fugged UpAs Sunday night approaches and the Golden Globes’ “Night of a Thousand Yawns” press conference looms large and boring, we’re still struggling to absorb the fact that the whole affair will be void of the traditional pageantry. Usually, this is the time when we’re stocking up on Ruffles and dip in preparation for an evening on the couch, wondering if Cate Blanchett will wear Armani (possibly) or something metallic (probably) and laying bets on whether Nicole Kidman’s inevitable Balenciaga will successfully make her look less waxen (doubtful). But this year, no ceremony means no fashion parade: no hits, no misses, no Marchesa. Fine, the sacrifice is all in the name of union labor and whatnot — but will no one think of the outfits?
  28. kudos
    NBC Finds a Way to Make the Golden Globes Even More UnbearableWe just were making peace with the fact that this year’s Golden Globes ceremony has been reduced to a one-hour, acceptance-speech-less news conference devoid of the usual candid shots of actors drinking, when we found out that NBC has apparently asked obnoxious Access Hollywood hosts Billy Bush and Nancy O’Dell to emcee the event.
  29. gossipmonger
    Zang Toi Incorrectly Assumes That Sharon Stone Wants to Meet More Gay DudesSomeone hacked into designer Zang Toi’s computer and sent out an invitation to clients like Sharon Stone and Ivana Trump asking them to join Gayguyschat.com. Julian Schhabel wore pajamas under his jacket to the Critics Choice Awards. Duh. West Village neighbors of Tom Brady and Gisele are not happy that paparazzi now roam the blocks. Joey Buttafuoco is annoyed that a “friend” of his secretly filmed him having sex with his second wife and is now selling the footage. Lizzie Grubman is unable to lend support to any of the candidates because she is a convicted felon and thus can’t vote. Barbara Corcoran is now nicknamed “The Usher of the Flusher” after appearing on a Today show segment on luxurious bathrooms.
  30. the early-evening news
    Ben Silverman Calls Writers ‘Mean,’ ‘Ugly’Plus: Michael Cera!
  31. kudos
    What Does the Golden Globes Cancellation Mean for the Oscars?Will the Gay Super Bowl survive?
  32. strike zone
    Golden Globes Ceremony Canceled; NBC to Air Some Nonsense InsteadOwing to the celebrities’ refusal to cross picket lines to collect their statues at Sunday night’s planned Golden Globes ceremony, NBC, Dick Clark, and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association have officially called off the event.
  33. strike zone
    Golden Globes Canceled?If you were one of the ten people upset by this morning’s news about the possibility of an untelevised Golden Globe Awards, prepare to be devastated.
  34. gossipmonger
    CNBC’s Erin Burnett’s Favorite Characteristic in a Mate Is MoneyCNBC business anchor Erin Burnett dreams of men spending copious amounts of dough on her. Gus Wenner, son of Rolling Stone honcho Jann Wenner, was accepted early decision to Brown, and Jack Byrne, son of Ellen Barkin and Gabriel Byrne, was accepted to Bard. Jimmy Fallon and new wife Nancy Juvonen ate at Pastis. An upcoming “oral history” of Rudy Giuliani chronicles the former mayor’s “petty, vindictive, small-minded maneuvering.” Jay-Z says he is not concerned with the problematic rumors surrounding the opening of his new 40/40 club. Mary-Louise Parker and boyfriend Jeffrey Dean Morgan had coffee at Local on Sullivan Street.
  35. strike zone
    Golden Globes Will Probably Not Be Televised — Like You Cared AnywayOver the weekend came news that could potentially disappoint maybe ten people, at most — it’s now looking increasingly likely that next Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards will be a untelevised event.
  36. strike zone
    Writers Guild Rejects Waivers for Awards Shows — Golden Globes to Be Entertaining?Last night in Los Angeles, the Writers Guild denied a waiver that would have allowed the Golden Globes to use writers for its live NBC telecast, and turned down a request from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to show clips from movies and previous awards shows during its Oscar broadcast in February.
  37. kudos
    Who Got Snubbed by the Golden Globes?Who saw their gold-plated dream crumble into dust this morning in the hands of Hayden Panetierre?
  38. kudos
    Golden Globes Nominations Announced!Who got the nods?
  39. kudos
    Vulture’s Golden Globe PredictionsCheck back tomorrow to find out we’re wrong about 40 percent of these!
  40. strike zone
    Writers’ Strike Means Awards Shows Could Be Even Worse Than UsualNot only will writers be unable to pen hilarious banter for the shows’ hosts and presenters, networks are now worried that stars may stay home in solidarity with the picketing writers.
  41. gossipmonger
    Pissed DaddySean Combs threw a hissy fit when he wasn’t allowed into CAA’s post–Golden Globes party, may have gotten himself banned from Sunset Tower. Lindsay Lohan may have hit the bottle, and then hit rehab, after being rebuffed by James Franco. Paris Hilton’s left eyelid is droopy because she once had surgery to raise her lids, and it’s getting worse because she continues to wear tinted contact lenses. (We can’t believe we just typed that.) British chef Marco Pierre White claims the New York Times once hired a private eye to dig up dirt on him in an unsuccessful attempt to prove he had a booze and drug problem. Hillary Clinton to throw a book party for Chuck Schumer at his favorite Chinese restaurant on Capitol Hill.
  42. gossipmonger
    Tom and Katie, Together AgainTom, Katie, J-Lo, and Marc double-dated at Prince’s Golden Globes after-party. And Drew Barrymore and Bruce Willis hooked up at the same party. Diddy tried to pick up Sienna Miller at the CAA after-party, but he couldn’t get in. Cameron Diaz blew up at Jessica Biel for chatting up former boyfriend Justin Timberlake. (Although the Daily News claims their encounter was a bit more jovial.)
  43. gossipmonger
    Globes Were Golden, Leo Less SoOrlando Bloom celebrated his 30th birthday in L.A. with Penélope Cruz, and lots of celebs attended. (A lot of celebs also attended HBO’s pre–Golden Globes party.) Also at the Globes, Leonardo DiCaprio and model girlfriend Bar Rafaeli stocked up on a lot of swag, didn’t pose for promotional pics. Isaac Cohen was driving with girlfriend Britney Spears while covered with vomit, unless it was peanut butter. Renée Zellweger went on a date with Luke Perry. DreamWorks sent a cease-and-desist letter to artist Alex Hiro, whose work featured some of the studio’s animated characters participating in lewd acts. Fubu chose some suspect characters to help launch its fragrance, which may have been why it tanked. Spalding Gray’s two sons are quite the performers. Lindsay Lohan is dating Girls Gone Wild goon Joe Francis. Philip Roth ate dinner with Mia Farrow. Georgina Chapman is going to star in a movie (and no, it’s not one of hubby Harvey Weinstein’s). Liz Smith uses the Donald-Rosie feud to remind us she was once on Trump’s bad side.
  44. the know-it-all
    Quantifying the Pointlessness of the Golden Globes With your TV tuned to the Golden Globes tonight (8 p.m., NBC), the question you should be asking is not the David Carr–esque “Will Scorsese finally win?” It’s the Joel Stein–ian “Who gives a damn what these people think anyway?” As well publicized as the mechanics of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association are, every year someone is shocked to hear that the second-most-fussed-about award in Hollywood is being handed out by a cagey club with membership in double digits. So, in honor of tonight’s event, we present Daily Intel’s quick tutorial on the HFPA, lovingly garnered from CNN, Luke Ford, and other sources including our acquaintance on the inside (voting member Serge Rakhlin). Members: 89 Estimated number of actual full-time journalists: About two dozen Entry rules: Nearly impossible to crack — any applicant can be vetoed by any one member Trademark privilege: Allowed to be photographed with the stars after the junket (originally, to prove to the overseas editor that the interview took place) Other perks: Two paid trips to any film festival each year Status among U.S. film critics: Extremely low (colleagues, from David Denby to Richard Schickel, describe HFPA members as “fawning,” gift-addicted flacks) Arguable low point: 1982, naming Pia Zadora “New Star of the Year” weeks after enjoying a weekend in Vegas courtesy of her wealthy husband Arguable high point: 2006, awarding Best Drama to Brokeback Mountain; 2007, reluctantly renouncing $62,000 goody bags Hollywood Foreign Press Association [Official site]