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Golden Globes 2013: The ceremony as it happened - live blog

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Awards season is underway! Well, who are we kidding? Awards season got underway quite some time ago. We've already had the People's Choice Awards, the National Board Review Awards and the Critics' Choice Awards in the last week alone.

The ship has not just one, but two new captains this year, as Tina Fey and Amy Poehler follow on from Ricky Gervais, and pre-show chatter has been focused on rumours of a public appearance from Adele - the first since she welcomed her first son with partner Simon Konecki last October.

To keep you entertained in the run-up to the ceremony, we have a gallery of the major movie nominees and an in-pictures look at some golden (ahem) Globes fashion faux pas. What's more, Digital Spy's TV team have named their tips for awards glory.

The show gets underway at 5pm local time (so that's 8pm ET and 1am on Monday morning for UK readers) - join us then!


20:01"Thank you very much! Goodnight! We're going home with Jodie Foster!" trill Tina Fey and Amy Poehler as the show wraps up. Well, they did say they'd try and be finished on time, after all, and I make it just gone eight. And that's it from us, too - thanks for sticking with us for the 70th annual Golden Globes!


19:58Julia Roberts keeping it short and sweet for the final award of the night, 'Best Motion Picture (Drama)'. And the Golden Globe goes to... Argo! Ah, George gets to go up on stage for this one. Grant Heslov's doing the talking though. Maybe he's got the best memory. Oh look, there's Victor Garber!



Grant thanks "our fearless leader" Ben Affleck, the studio, and "all the thousands of people that work in our diplomatic services who are putting their lives on the line every day of the week". He also salutes those in the "clandestine services" and thanks his family.


19:55Last commercial break. Last time I'll see this advert for a carbonated drink featuring Modern Family's Sofia Vergara. Probably. Or maybe it will be ingrained into my dreams for weeks on end.

Also, another good point well made, this time by Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz:




19:54"Meryl Streep was supposed to be presenting this award, but she's under the weather so I get to keep going," says George, who's back to present 'Best Actor in a Motion Picture (Drama)' to Daniel Day-Lewis for Lincoln.

"Are you sure there's room for another ex-president on this stage? "If you thought that was showing off, Her Majesty the Queen is about to parachute in to make a last-minute pitch for Skyfall," he begins. Thanking his fellow nominees for "such beautiful performances" this year, he says, "I'm proud to be one amongst you."

In a deeply eloquent speech, Daniel then thanks his wife Rebecca Miller, Lincoln writer Tony Kushner, and Steven Spielberg for his "quicksilver imagination" and "giving me an experience that I will treasure 'til the end of my life".



19:48"I would like to congratulate Ben Affleck on his win," says George Clooney pointedly. Alright George, steady on, he said thank you. Eventually. George is here to present 'Best Actress in a Motion Picture (Drama)' to Jessica Chastain for Zero Dark Thirty. She takes to the stage to the most sinister incidental music ever.

"I've wanted to be an actress since I was a little girl and I've worked for a really a long time," she explains, fighting back tears and saying that it's "beautiful" to be recognised for her work. She compares her character Maya to director Kathryn Bigelow, telling the director: "You've said that film-making for you is not about breaking gender roles, but when you make a film that allows your character to disobey the conventions of Hollywood, you've done more for women in cinema than you take credit for".

Finally, Jessica thanks her grandmother, "for teaching me to always believe in my dreams".



19:43'Best Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical)' is introduced by Dustin Hoffman, who makes a slightly laboured but totally self-aware Quartet joke. The award goes to Les Misérables, and the camera cuts to a very surprised Amanda Seyfried as they pile on stage. Ah, Hollywood loves a musical, doesn't it? Anne Hathaway, speaking like she's waiting for the pips in a phonebox, thanks her manager of 14 years. What is it with people forgetting to thank people tonight? There's a lot of hugging going on stage.

Les Miserables director Tom Hooper with Anne Hathaway and Hugh Jackman

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19:32It's time for 'Best Actor in a Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy)'. And the Golden Globe goes to Hugh Jackman for Les Misérables. Please sing some of your speech, Hugh. Just a few notes? For me? He starts by admitting he's got the flu. "I was kicking myself for not getting the flu shot, but I feel great." Still, maybe no singing tonight.

"To the guy or girl who stole my wheels off my bike while I was auditioning for Les Misérables, we're all good," he continues. "In fact, I'm going to put the frame back there on Monday morning." He then pays tribute to Tom Hooper - "without you mate, I would not be standing here, I can tell you that". He also thanks cast and crew, the HFPA, of course, and his wife Deborra-Lee Furness. "She's the greatest woman in the world, and if I forget to thank anyone, baby, will you come up and thank them for me?"

Hugh then admits to Tom Hooper what he told NBC on the red carpet earlier - that he nearly pulled out of the movie a few weeks before it began shooting, following a bad day of rehearsals, and that it was Deborra-Lee who talked him out of bailing on the film. Turning back to his wife, Hugh adds: "I'm gonna say it now, in front of the entire world. Thanks for always being right, baby." Awww. What a lovely speech.


19:31Jennifer Garner is passing on her husband's messages now, given that Ben Affleck forgot to thank producers George Clooney and Grant Heslov in his own speech. Oops.


19:30Christian Bale is here to introduce a highlights reel for Silver Linings Playbook, nominated for four awards. I always forget that he doesn't actually sound like Bruce Wayne or Batman in real life, and it always throws me temporarily. Anyone else?


19:29More praise for Jodie Foster, this time from Chelsea Clinton:




19:22"Between them, they own two hours of late night television and 51 cars," says Tina Fey of Jimmy Fallon and Jay Leno. The first, I concur. The second, really? They're here to present the award for 'Best TV Series - Comedy or Musical', which goes to Girls. "I'm standing here with the greatest collaborators any woman could ever ask for," says Lena Dunham, accepting her second award of the night.

"It took a village to raise this amazing, demented child, and I hope everyone feels they are thanked every single day." She says that she promised her mum she would thank Chad Lowe - like you do - and attributes the show with making her feel "less alone" in the world.


19:17Halle Berry presents 'Best Director' to Ben Affleck for Argo. He gets a standing ovation.

Argo's Golden Globe-winning director Ben Affleck

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"Look, I don't care what the award is, when they put your name next the names that she just read off... these directors are truly exceptional talents," he says. He compares Paul Thomas Anderson to Orson Welles and dedicates the award to the CIA's Tony Mendez, who he dubs a "true American hero". There are thanks for cast, crew, and family, of course, and Chris Terrio, who wrote the movie's script.


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19:12Jodie Foster notes that "47 years in the business is a long time", and says that tonight, she feels like the "prom queen". "We've jiggled through love scenes, we've punched, cried, spit on one another... and that's just the co-stars I liked," she jokes.

"While I'm here being all professional, I guess I just have a sudden urge to say something that I've never been able to air in public," she continues. "I am single. Yes, I am, I am single," she quips, noting that she "already did [her] coming out in the Stone Age", and values "privacy above everything else" having done a lot of her growing up in public. "Maybe some day in the future, we'll look back and realise how beautiful [privacy] once was", she muses.

Her acceptance speech also includes thanks for friends, colleagues and ex-lovers who have been by her side through her career, and she concludes by saying that it "feels like the end of one era, and the beginning of something else. I will continue to tell stories... it's just from now on, I'll be holding a different talking stick," she notes.


19:00Robert Downey Jr, who is "so versatile that he played Iron Man in three different movies", our co-hosts observe, is here to present Jodie Foster with the Cecil B De Mille Award.

"The award... says as much about its host as it does its recipient," he begins, noting their similarities including the "ability to speak French" and "the same four life ambitions" - those being President of the United States, going on stage, going to Rome and getting a hamster.

"Sadly, my dreams of the presidency were dashed when I got a felony disrobing... at the Vatican," Downey Jr continues. "I have my hamster. His name is Bubbles." Cue two little plus hamsters on a platter wrapped up in ribbon for Jodie. That's a rather radical redesign of the trophy, I have to say.

He then switches tack and goes on to introduce Jodie's "exceptional life in cinema [flashing] before our eyes".


18:59"Everybody's getting a little loose now we're all losers," sighs Amy Poehler. "It's getting sloppy in here, everyone," says Tina Fey, as the pair brandish drinks. "You know what, Taylor Swift, you stay away from Michael J Fox's son," Tina adds. Zing! Second best joke of the night after the Kathryn Bigelow one, I reckon. There are some gasps.


18:58Ricky Gervais may not be appearing in this episode of 'The Annual Golden Globes', but he was making his presence felt on Twitter earlier today:




18:52Aziz Ansari just got carried on stage by Jason Bateman. Aziz alleges that the Downton Abbey cast had "amazing weed" backstage. He calls Daniel Day Lewis his "hero" and says that he was "fantastic in Expendables 2".

Anyway, it's time for 'Best Actress in a TV Series - Comedy or Musical". Tina Fey is huddling with Jennifer Lopez, while Amy Poehler is sitting on George Clooney's knee, which brings the house down. The award goes to Lena Dunham for Girls - another very popular win in the hall.

'Girls': Lena Dunham, Allison Williams and Zosia Mamet

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"Hi! I thought that I was gonna be a cooler customer if this ever happens," she says, unfurling her notes. She says that her fellow nominees have comforted here in some of the darkest moments of her life. "I worship them," she says. There's more love for HBO, which she says is a "wonderful place to work". She thanks the cast and gives a special thank you to co-star Adam Driver, "who made me feel not like a cartoon character, but like a meaningful character who could express emotions".

"This award is for every woman who's felt like there wasn't a space for her. This show has made a space for me. Thank you so much," she concludes.


18:45Sacha Baron Cohen. Oh my. What's he going to do? Oh, he's being EVER SO BRITISH! "Let's all clap ourselves, come on! Not you, Daniel Day-Lewis. Anyone can grow a bloody beard!"

He says that his "junior cast members" on Les Misérables went to "extraordinary lengths" for the nomination. Hugh 'Jackson' apparently lost 30lb - "which, for my friend Gerard Depardieu, is a visit to the toilet," says Sacha. "Russell Crowe had four months of singing lessons - that was money well spent," he jokes, and claims that Helena Bonham Carter "gave the head of the Academy a personal massage, which, I'm led to believe, had a happier ending than the film".

Oh, there's an award to give out! Yes. Forgive me. 'Best Animated Feature', which goes to Disney Pixar's Brave.


18:38Time for 'Best Actress in a TV Drama' now, and the Golden Globe goes to Clare Danes for Homeland, for the second year in a row. Can you believe she won her first Globe at just 15 years of age for My So-Called Life? She thanks the HFPA "for being so insanely generous towards me for so many years now". Describing her fellow nominees as "badass", she says that they have contributed to making television "a wonderfully rich place".

She credits the writers for not buckling under the pressure of the first season's success, describes the cast as her "extended family" and thanks cast and crew for the support she received when she admitted to them that "Carrie was carrying". "I have to thank even my son now, Cyrus, who's upstairs with my parents, for joining me through this process, and fighting this... this war against terrorism!" she quips in conclusion.



18:37Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger are here to present 'Best Foreign Language Film'. The accolade goes to Amour, which is attracting Oscar buzz. Director Michael Haneke says that he never thought he'd get an award in Hollywood from a fellow Austrian, gesturing to Arnie. He pays special thanks to his lead actors Jean-Louis Trintignant and Emmanuelle Riva, attributing them with the film's awards success.


18:28Aww, we get another look at Lucy Liu's dress as she presents 'Best Actor in a TV Comedy or Musical'. The award goes to Don Cheadle for House of Lies, his second win in four nominations. Don says the award is "unexpected... I'm just very proud of this show". He thanks Showtime for the support, hails the "amazing" cast and writing team, and partner Bridgid Coulter, who's looking lovely in red lace.


18:24Robert Pattinson and Amanda Seyfried are here to present 'Best Screenplay - Motion Picture' with the minimum of jokes and the maximum of formality. The award goes to Quentin Tarantino for Django Unchained, a very popular choice in the ballroom. He looks delighted. "Wow I wasn't expecting this, this is a surprise! Damn."

Quentin Tarantino on the set of Django Unchained


Quentin goes on to thank his "absolutely magnificent" actors, and his "group of friends, as I'm writing this script, that I read scenes to as I go on. They're the ones as I'm writing.... you guys don't know how important you are to my process. I don't want input... heavens forbid! But I write a scene and I think I've heard it as much as I can... when I read it to you, I hear it through your ears... you'll never know how much encouragement you give me during that [process]."

"This is a damn surprise, I'm happy to be surprised", he concludes, adding that his fellow nominees are "awesome" competition.


18:16Jonah Hill trying to be cool around Megan Fox. "You're not ever going to call me back?" she quips. "Not now," he sighs. 'Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture' - contested by Amy Adams, Sally Field, Anne Hathaway, Helen Hunt and Nicole Kidman - is the order of the day. The award goes to Anne Hathaway.

"Blurk! Thanks for that word, Tina. Oh my gosh, this is happening!" she begins, going on to thank the Hollywood Foreign Press for "this lovely blunt object that I will forever use as a weapon against self-doubt," before then going on to salute her fellow nominees. Anne has special thanks for Sally Field's ability to beat typecasting, noting that "the Flying Nun grew up to be Norma Rae".

There are further thanks for the studio, the Les Mis cast, a crew "who deserve a special award for pretending they really enjoyed live singing at 7am", director Tom Hooper, co-star Hugh Jackman, and her family. To her husband Adam Shulman, she says: "Thank you for making every day better than the last."

Anne Hathaway, Les Miserables still


18:13'Best Supporting Actor in a TV Series, Miniseries or Television Film' goes to Ed Harris (who isn't here tonight) for Game Change. Reports that fellow nominee Max Greenfield emitted a high-pitched cry of 'Youths!' as the result was called remain unconfirmed.


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18:05"Once again, here are the nominees." Yep, Will, as entertaining as you are, I think we might need them again. And the Golden Globe goes to Jennifer Lawrence for Silver Linings Playbook! She jokes about beating Meryl Streep and thanks David O Russell, who she says is "simply the best". "Harvey [Weinstein], thank you for killing whoever you had to kill to get me up here today," she quips. There are thanks too for her family, including her dad, who she says taught her the value in regular laughter.


18:03Will Ferrell's grown his Ron Burgundy moustache back. Also, he and Kristen Wiig are going to tip this show into overtime at this rate. But I'm not complaining. They're here to present the award for 'Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy'.



18:01"That was Hillary Clinton's husband," says Amy Poehler - channelling Leslie Knope for a moment, perhaps? "I'm kind of embarrassed I didn't make my quick change," says Tina Fey, taking off her glasses. She's still in her costume from the previous sketch.


17:57Bill Clinton? Seriously, not one of the hosts pretending to be him. Actual Bill Clinton! Lena Dunham just made the same 'WTF' face as I did. Biggest round of applause of the night so far, I think. He's introducing Lincoln, which was nominated in seven categories.


17:56Time for 'Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television'. Woody Harrelson, Benedict Cumberbatch, Kevin Costner, Clive Owen, Toby Jones all up for this. Also, Tina Fey as a good Johnny Depp-alike. Kevin Costner is triumphant for Hatfields & McCoys - his second Globes trophy.


17:49The 'Best Original Song' category is truly a battle of the musical heavyweights. And the winner is... Adele for 'Skyfall'! "OH MY GOD!!!" she shrieks repeatedly. "Honestly, I've come out for a night out... I was not expecting this, thank you so much! It's very strange to be here, thank you for letting me be a part of your world, we've been pissing ourselves laughing all night."



Adele dedicates the award to "my boyfriend Simon, who convinced me to do it, and my lovely son". Nope - she's not giving away her new baby's name that easily! Maybe that's really why Taylor Swift looked so disappointed. I bet she wanted to know and all, just like the rest of us.


17:48They're playing the composer off! Are you allowed to do that? Don't play Adele off if she wins. We all remember what happened last time she got cut off at an awards show.


17:45Time for 'Best Original Score' now, which goes to Michael Danna for Life of Pi, which the composer dubs "the film of a lifetime". In other news, Jennifer Lopez's dress is quite something. I actually don't quite have the words.


17:40Behold! Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's opening monologue in all its unadulterated glory:



17:36First uneasy silence of the evening. Has the teleprompter broken? Time for the 'Best TV Drama' award now, and it too goes to Homeland, for the second year in a row. Wow, how many people are there on stage to accept this award?


17:32Yay, Paul Rudd is growing his Brian Fantana hair! He's presenting 'Best Actor in a TV Series - Drama' with Salma Hayek. This is a tough category. And it's Damian Lewis for Homeland! He calls his award a "little piece of treasure" and describes his victory as a "great perk". He dedicates the award to his mum, "who I know is up there looking down on me tonight bursting with pride, and telling everyone how well her son is doing in 'acting'."



17:31Ooh! The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel! Confession - I am really not the intended target audience for this film, but I saw it over Christmas and actually quite enjoyed it. There. I feel much better now.


17:30Not sure the HFPA president really appreciated that Hunger Games joke from Tina Fey, but she's got a host of zingers of her own, notably: "Allow me to say three little words to Bradley Cooper: 'Call me, maybe'."


17:24Look! There's Catherine Zeta Jones, introducing a sizzle reel from Les Misérables. She gives us a short burst of 'Do You Hear the People Sing' as well. Literally just the title. Probably for the best. The show has to be over by 8pm, after all.


17:22'Best Actress in a TV Miniseries or Movie' next - wow, this show is pacey. The winner is Julianne Moore for Game Change. Bet she's only just sat down after that first award. "Oh, my gosh, my children will be so relieved!" she begins, noting that playing Sarah Palin was "one of [my] favourite jobs ever". She in turn thanks Jay Roach and describes him as a "true creative partner". Ooh, she's being played off, but has time to thank Tina Fey and Katie Couric.


17:18'Best Miniseries or TV Movie' next, and it's a win for Game Change, the political drama that swept the Emmys last year. Jay Roach thanks HBO, saying that it stands for "Heroic, Brave Operation", and the cast and crew, saying that Julianne Moore is "one of the most amazing actresses I've ever worked with". He adds: "Now with you and Tina Fey, we have three of the most incredible impersonations of Sarah Palin. Counting Sarah Palin's."


17:17Fierce Five (well, two of them) in the house!




17:13Kerry Washington and Dennis Quaid are here for 'Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries of TV Movie'. Nominees are Hayden Panettiere (Nashville), Sarah Paulson (Game Change), Dame Maggie Smith (Downton Abbey), Archie Panjabi (The Good Wife) and Sofia Vergara (Modern Family). It's a win for Maggie Smith, who is not present at tonight's ceremony. Three cheers for the inimitable Dowager Countess of Grantham!

Downton Abbey S03E02: Maggie Smith as Dowager Countess of Grantham, Violet, Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary

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17:09It's time for the first award, presented by Bradley Cooper and Kate Hudson - 'Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture'. Nominees are Alan Arkin for Argo, Leonardo DiCaprio for Django Unchained, Phillip Seymour Hoffman for The Master, Tommy Lee Jones for Lincoln and Christoph Waltz, also for Django Unchained.

And the Golden Globe goes to... Christoph Waltz! He thanks the HFPA for the "extraordinary" accolade and pays tribute to Quentin Tarantino, saying that the Globes trophy is a good symbol for the "journey" he's been on. He thanks cast and crew. "To borrow a sentence from my character... the North Star is that one. Ta-ra!"


17:08Tina Fey tries a Sarah Palin impression in honour of Julianne Moore's nomination for Game Change . She says she's lost the ability to do it. (Incidentally, every time the camera cuts to Julianne, she seems to be in hysterics).


17:05"I have not seen someone so alone and as abandoned since you were on stage with James Franco in the Oscars," says Tina Fey to Anne Hathaway. She's giggling. I think.


17:03"When it comes to torture, I trust the lady who spent three years married to James Cameron." Cracking zinger stops the room in its tracks. With a lot of laughter.


17:00It's showtime! First outfit change already. Tina Fey in sparkly green, Amy Poehler in dark red. The Parks and Rec star says the hosts are going to make nice tonight. "As Ricky [Gervais] learned when you fall foul of the Hollywood press, they make you host this show two more times."


16:59Oh, speaking of WINNERS, if I were to pick one on the red carpet it would be Lucy Liu, in a quite distinctive sky blue Carolina Herrera dress with floral print detail. It's genuinely nice to see someone wearing something a bit daring and different, although I can see how it might divide opinion.

Lucy Liu wears Carolina Herrera at the 2013 Golden Globes

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16:57By the way, we also have some running lists of the TV winners and movie winners. Now feels a good a time as any to apologise in advance just in case one of them descends into a wall of text that just reads "WINNER" over and over again. As my primary school headteacher said when I finished last during cross-country - five minutes behind my classmate who finished second from last - "it's not about the winning, it's the taking part".


16:56Jesse Tyler Ferguson is suitably modest before the show:



A Modern Family nail polish line? Really? Is there nothing that marketing executives haven't thought of? What next, Sherlock curling tongs, to get the great consulting detective's fabled look?


16:55Jay Leno - who quips "it's always fun to be the least famous person in the room", is flag-waving for both Argo and Lincoln tonight, but especially Argo - he reckons Ben Affleck deserves the 'Best Director' gong.


16:52Oh, there's Sofia Vergara looking amazing. Now I feel bad about myself. She says she's going to be updating her Facebook and Instagram accounts during the show.


Sophia Vergara, 70th Annual Golden Globes Awards, LA, 13/01/13

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16:48Speaking of Hugh Jackman, if tonight's telecast does not feature either him or Damian Lewis singing an acceptance speech (or somebody else's acceptance speech), then I will be sorely disappointed. Come on, this awards show is going to be at least four hours long! Surely we can put aside five minutes for a little bit of this?



16:45Hugh Jackman tells NBC that wife Deborra-Lee Furness talked him out of pulling out of Les Mis at one point. I knew there was a reason she was ace, beyond the amazing introduction she gave him at the Tony Awards last year.


16:39A good point, well made, from Evan Rachel Wood:




16:33Stop everything! Adele has arrived, looking enviably gorgeous as always in a classic black dress ("Burberry," she says. "They rustled it up in a week for me. Christopher, thank you!" She tells Al Roker that "it took quite a bit of convincing" for her to commit to singing a Bond theme tune. Al calls her baby a "new release", quaintly, and Adele is - perhaps unsurprisingly - very coy on the matter of motherhood, simply saying that she's enjoying it.


16:31Good evening, Daniel Day-Lewis! Savannah Guthrie is poking fun at the long time it took him to agree to play Abraham Lincoln in Steven Spielberg's historical biopic. When asked what made him so nervous about accepting the part, the actor says: "Pretty much everything". Bless.


16:28Heidi Klum - yes, she looks very beautiful, but here's the question of the day - will she ride across the stage on a Segway again like she did at the end of the People's Choice Awards? Make it so, Heidi.




16:24Anne Hathaway is talking to NBC! She expresses her happiness at being cast in Les Misérables despite the demands of the project, and says that her mum - who played Fantine in the musical's first US tour - was "very supportive" from the start. She's wearing Chanel, and picked the dress because she "felt like herself" when she tried it on.


16:20Ooh, it's hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler! Both look stunning, I love Amy's tuxedo-style jacket. Amy says she's not had time to think about her own nomination because of the stress. She is up against her co-host for 'Best Actress in a TV Series (Musical or Comedy)'.


Zooey Deschanel, 70th Annual Golden Globes Awards, LA, 13/01/13

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16:17This just in, fact fans: Zooey Deschanel's beautiful red dress is from Oscar de la Renta, and Lena Dunham's burgundy number is from Zac Posen, who she says is an old and dear friend of hers.


16:13Tonight's Golden Globes dinner will begin with "grilled artichoke with a fennel tomato lemon mouse and California pepper honey goat's cheese on endive pear salad". And that's just the starter. I got tired typing that out, let alone thinking about it.

For the mains, guests were served a 3oz smoked flat iron beef steak and orange-marinated sea bass - a five-star surf and turf, if you will - and dessert was a cappuccino mousse cake. Digital Spy has ordered in two small pizzas, and there's a half-eaten box of biscuits on standby for the inevitable sugar dip halfway through tonight's telecast.

Here's a preview of the menu from the Beverly Hilton's executive chefs:



16:08Awww, Jack Black's red carpet guest is his mum. He's being interviewed on NBC now. She looks ever so proud of him.

16:04Your votes have been counted and independently verified, as Jay Manuel, formerly of America's Next Top Model, can confirm by the power of Twitpic:




16:01Ah, the Golden Globes, the traditional 75 hour-long curtain raiser to high awards season, uniting stars of TV and film on the red carpet and users of social media in weapons-grade snark. It's going to be a long haul, for sure, but hopefully an entertaining one. Will Adele sing? Let's hope so! Will those two from Twilight both be there, and, crucially for Monday morning's watercooler gossip, will they be there together? Hmm, who knows? Will Digital Spy throw a hissy fit if Tube Talk Show of the Year 2012 Sherlock is snubbed? Most likely!

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