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Golden Globes 2012 Live Blog: Winners, Red Carpet Photos, Ricky Gervais

Golden Globes
First Posted: 1/15/12 07:36 PM ET Updated: 1/15/12 09:06 PM ET
The stars are decked out in rented clothing and jewelry, publicists are having panic attacks and Ricky Gervais is aiming to make Hollywood therapists richer than ever. The 2012 Golden Globes have arrived.
Follow along with our live blog for all the news, gossip and headlines, and below, read about some of the most intriguing match ups. You can also click over to check out the complete list of nominees, enjoy a week's worth of party photos, and laugh at some surprising shots of your favorite TV nominees long before they were actually TV stars. You can also check out the best (and worst!) of the red carpet here.

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0:15 AM – Today
Best Animated Film
Steven Spielberg wins the Golden Globe for "Tin Tin." Best Animated Film. Which is weird. But hey!
0:13 AM – Today
George Clooney presents 'Moneyball.' With a cane. Atta boy, stick it to your best friend!
0:05 AM – Today
Michelle Williams wins!
What an adorable speech for win for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical. Sure, Seth Rogen dissed the film's placement in the category, but Michelle made it worth it.
11:59 PM – 01/15/2012
Here's Brad Pitt presenting 'The Ides of March.' BFFs!
11:58 PM – 01/15/2012
But we're still pumped about Idris!
11:57 PM – 01/15/2012
"This is one of the most prestigious awards for an actor," Debra Messing just lied about Best Actor in a TV movie or mini-series
11:46 PM – 01/15/2012
Best score goes to "The Artist." Hoping Kim Novak accepts the award.
11:36 PM – 01/15/2012
Best TV Series Drama
Kelsey Grammer. For a show on Starz. Yet Party Down never won?!
11:35 PM – 01/15/2012
Ricky Gervais telling people they don't have to thank everyone they've ever met -- just thank the main two, your agent and God. Because from his own career, he knows that they have the same amount of impact (none).
11:33 PM – 01/15/2012
Jake Gyllenhaal
Where's he been? In any case, he's introducing "My Week With Marilyn." Brokeback love!
11:29 PM – 01/15/2012
@ hitRECordJoe : Zo shoulda had it, but speaking of Laura Dern, y'all oughta watch @davidlynch's Wild At Heart. @zooeydeschanel #goldenglobes
11:27 PM – 01/15/2012
Freida Pinto talking 'Midnight in Paris,' or, in other words, a lot of New York City writers having heart attacks from pure bliss
11:25 PM – 01/15/2012
Kate Winslet wins for "Mildred Pierce." Has she ever spoken in public without seeming surprised and/or winded?
11:25 PM – 01/15/2012
Tina Fey photo bomb! With Amy Poehler!
11:23 PM – 01/15/2012
Pour one out for "Downton Abbey." An early grey, on your butler.
11:21 PM – 01/15/2012
Ricky's Monologue
Here are the highlights. He banged... the HFPA, which is pretty brilliant. And Johnny Depp for "The Tourist." Bam.
11:20 PM – 01/15/2012
Rob Lowe! Julianne Moore! One from "The West Wing," another plays Sarah Palin. Liberal heroes from TV. Literally the greatest presenters ever!
11:14 PM – 01/15/2012
Christopher Plummer!
He wins his first Golden Globe for his turn in "Beginners." And gives a very, very moving speech.
10:54 PM – 01/15/2012
Fashion sex? Bryan Cranston and the NBC reporter, whomever she is, are having it. Professionalism!
10:51 PM – 01/15/2012
How was it that you prepared for that?
That is the default question on the carpet tonight. Don't watch the film or show, just ask that question, and sound smart!
10:39 PM – 01/15/2012
TV stars dish on the red carpet. They said some interesting stuff, really!
10:39 PM – 01/15/2012
@ kellyoxford : "The guy from Titanic is now an old, old man," son about Dicaprio #goldenglobes
10:36 PM – 01/15/2012
Here's Leo
He's talking about how complicated J. Edgar Hoover was, and how while he didn't agree with his politics or policies, he did admire his dedication.
Fair enough, we guess. It must have been a tough and fun character to play, in any case.
10:35 PM – 01/15/2012
Salma Hayek
She's presenting, with "Puss in Boots" co-star Antonio Banderas, Best TV Comedy series.
She's talking about struggling to get her look right. Yeah right!
10:23 PM – 01/15/2012
Couldn't ask EVAN RACHEL WOOD anything other than a question about working with Ryan Gosling?
10:21 PM – 01/15/2012
Rob Lowe: "This is LITERALLY the greatest time of my life."
No, he didn't say that, but he did joke that Amy Poehler has a very bad drinking problem.
10:17 PM – 01/15/2012
Nicole Richie
'Fashion is from head to toe, you know?'
A visionary
10:11 PM – 01/15/2012
Michelle Williams talking to Carson Daly
She always looks like she's about to cry. Which, playing Marilyn Monroe, how can you blame her?
She's got a great shot at winning Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical; if you saw her acceptance speech at the Palm Springs Film Fest last week, know she'll give a great address if she does indeed win it.
10:05 PM – 01/15/2012
Berenice Bejo
Why is she talking?
10:01 PM – 01/15/2012
The newsroom is confused about her hair, but we just think she's pulling an "Austin Powers" themed 'do. She's also got tuxedos on her nails, because, I mean, she runs a site called Hello Giggles. Hello Giggles!
9:44 PM – 01/15/2012
Octavia Spencer!
Chastain's co-star in "The Help," she is the front runner for Best Supporting actress. And she deserves it; she was fantastic as Minnie, the sassy and brave maid working in the heart of racist Mississippi in the early 60s.
She's talking about how lucky she was to be friends with Tate Taylor, the film's director.
With no obvious frontrunners, and a plethora of big names nominated, it figures to be a competitive and surprising ceremony -- and that's just when it comes to winners.
Best friends Brad Pitt ("Moneyball") and George Clooney ("The Descendants") lead the pack vying for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama; Leonardo Di Caprio ("J. Edgar") is also nominated, to help make it an absolutely star-studded category. Meanwhile, a silent film ("The Artist") looks to fend off a Woody Allen hit ("Midnight in Paris") and a movie that features women passing their bowels in the street ("Bridesmaids") in the Best Motion Picture Comedy or Drama category.
The brilliant Octavia Spencer, who played an domestic servant, and the breakout darling Jessica Chastain, who played her generous employer, are both up for Best Supporting Actress for their work in "The Help." Meanwhile, their co-star Viola Davis hopes to pip Meryl Streep, who played controversial British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in "The Iron Lady." And then there's the comedy category, where Michelle Williams hopes to win an award for her own iconic impersonation, having played Marilyn Monroe in "My Week With Marilyn."
One of the usual suspects for Best TV Series Drama, "Mad Men" is out this year, opening up the opportunity for HBO to take back the throne, with either "Boardwalk Empire" or "Game of Thrones." And "Modern Family" hopes to defend its crown in the comedy category, though "Louie" is the underground choice.

Ricky Gervais: Slightly kinder, just as funny
January 15th, 2012
08:26 PM ET

Ricky Gervais: Slightly kinder, just as funny

Ricky Gervais, beer in hand, opened the 69th annual Golden Globe awards with his typical style of humor, but this time he fired at the more easy targets, like Kim Kardashian.
"So, where was I?" Gervais said as he took the stage, assuring the anxious-looking audience not to worry. "Nervous? Don’t be. This isn’t about you."
He continued, "The Golden Globes are just like the Oscars, but without all that esteem. The Golden Globes are to the Oscars what Kim Kardashian is to Kate Middleton....A bit louder, a bit trashier, a bit drunker. And more easily bought. Allegedly, nothing’s been proved."

Filed under: Awards Season • Golden Globes
Sarah Hyland on Globes wardrobe malfunction
January 15th, 2012
07:44 PM ET

Sarah Hyland on Globes wardrobe malfunction

It's a good thing "Modern Family's" Sarah Hyland has quick reflexes.
The 21-year-old actress almost faced a very revealing moment on the Golden Globes red carpet when the zipper on her vintage Dolce and Gabbana dress gave out.
"I was just standing there waiting to come up here," Hyland told E!'s Giuliana Rancic, "and I just felt an explosion in my back. And I felt my dress start to slip, and I grabbed it before it was too late. I’m now sewn in my dress."

Filed under: Awards Season • Golden Globes
Sofia Vergara stuns on Globes red carpet
January 15th, 2012
07:08 PM ET

Sofia Vergara stuns on Globes red carpet

Sofia Vergara is one of the stars who can have her cake and a Vera Wang gown, too.
The 39-year-old actress poured her curves into a blue strapless Vera Wang gown, and told E!'s Ryan Seacrest as she strolled the red carpet that she did a mix of hitting the gym twice a day...and making sure to get some confections in her diet.
"I can’t diet if I’m really working out seriously," Vergara laughed, showing off her hard-earned "guns."
As for how she chose her dress, she has a special place in her heart for Vera Wang, because the designer sends her gowns that "zip and close." Ha!
What do you think of Vergara's gown?

Filed under: Celebrities • Golden Globes
January 15th, 2012
06:12 PM ET

Countdown to the Globes: Who are your favorites to win?

As the stars start to arrive on the red carpet for the 69th annual Golden Globes, all eyes are on George Clooney.
The actor has two movies up for the award in the best dramatic motion picture category, and he's been nominated for best actor in a motion picture drama for his work in "The Descendants."
Film critic Grae Drake is putting her money on Clooney's "Descendants" walking away with the win in the best dramatic motion picture category, but notes there's stiff competition in that one.
Gitesh Pandya of BoxOfficeGuru.com agrees, saying that Clooney is his choice for best dramatic actor, while he thinks Meryl Streep will nab the best actress in a dramatic motion picture honor.
Who are your picks for the winners list? To refresh your memory, here's the list of nominees - we'll find out if your hunches were right when the Golden Globes kicks off tonight on NBC at 8 p.m.

Filed under: Awards Season • Golden Globes
Stars stoked about Golden Globe nods
December 15th, 2011
04:29 PM ET

Stars stoked about Golden Globe nods

Thursday was a good day for some celebrities in Hollywood.
With the announcement of the Golden Globe nominations, some stars spoke with CNN about their reaction to the kudos from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Here's what a few of the stars had to say: FULL POST
Berenice Bejo on her silent role in 'The Artist'
December 15th, 2011
03:15 PM ET

Berenice Bejo on her silent role in 'The Artist'

At the end of “The Artist,” rising star Peppy Miller finally receives the fame and recognition she deserves. And now the same can be said for the actress who plays her, Bérénice Bejo.
On Thursday, Bejo earned the Golden Globe nomination for best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture for her portrayal in “The Artist.” She also nabbed a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for the same movie and category the day before.
The Artist” follows a silent film actor, George Valentin (Jean Dujardin), from the peak of his success in 1927 to his sudden fall to oblivion with the arrival of the talkies and the rise of his young co-star and eventual love interest, Miller.
'The Artist' leads Golden Globe nods
December 15th, 2011
09:34 AM ET

'The Artist' leads Golden Globe nods

The nominations for the 2012 Golden Globe Awards were announced Thursday, and critical darling "The Artist" continues to rack up honors. The film nabbed six nods, including one for best comedy or musical motion picture.
Meanwhile, "Ides of March" co-stars Ryan Gosling and George Clooney were also popular picks, with Gosling up for both a best actor in a motion picture comedy/musical award and best actor in a motion picture drama, and Clooney gunning for both best actor in a motion picture drama and best director of a motion picture honor.
Check out the list of nominees - who are you placing your bets on?

Filed under: Awards Season • Golden Globes
Gervais on Globes gig: Definitely my last time
November 18th, 2011
11:50 AM ET

Gervais on Globes gig: Definitely my last time

It seemed Ricky Gervais had killed any chance he had of hosting the Golden Globes again after his criticized performance earlier this year, but that wasn't the case. The 50-year-old British comedian will host the Globes for a third time on January 15.
Gervais says in a post on his website that it was a tough decision to return, and writes that this will "definitely" be the "final time."
"There were many pros and cons," he says of mulling over the job offer. "I loved [hosting], but I was worried that I couldn't improve on last year."

Filed under: Awards Season • Celebrities • Golden Globes
Ricky Gervais to host 2012 Golden Globes
November 16th, 2011
05:17 PM ET

Ricky Gervais to host 2012 Golden Globes

Awards ceremonies are sticking to what they know.
Following the announcement that Billy Crystal will once again host the Academy Awards in February, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has confirmed that Ricky Gervais is returning as host of the Golden Globes.The HFPA says in a post on its website announcing Gervais' hosting gig that they voted to bring the Brit back after meeting with an NBC exec.
This isn't surprising, since we've been playing "will he or won't he return" more or less since January, when Gervais' barbed jokes had many asking if he'd gone too far.

Filed under: Awards Season • Golden Globes
Ricky Gervais may host the Golden Globes again
November 4th, 2011
08:58 PM ET

Ricky Gervais may host the Golden Globes again

Apparently Ricky Gervais wasn't too offensive at the Golden Globes earlier this year, because the New York Post claims that the hilarious Brit’s been asked back.
As the host of this year's Globes ceremony, Gervais let loose on Hollywood with some harsh jokes, but in the end, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association enjoyed the program.
The organization said in a statement in January that the "HFPA would never condone some of his personal remarks," although they did add, "We loved the show. It was a lot of fun and obviously has a lot of people talking. When you hire a comedian like Ricky Gervais, one expects in your face, sometimes outrageous material."


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