UPDATE: Chris Colfer wins for Best Supporting Actor in TV Series, Mini-Series, or Made-for-TV Movie. He gave an awesome, and heartfelt anti-bullying acceptance speech.
2nd Update: Best Original Song went to Diane Warren for “You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me” from Burlesque. Carrie Underwood…shut out! Jennifer Lopez made the presentation…there could have been an Idol party!
3rd Update: Jane Lynch wins for Best Supporting Actress in TV Series, Mini-Series, or Made-for-TV Movie
4th Update: Lea Michele loses Best Actress in a TV Series Comedy or Musical to Laura Linney for The Big C.
5th Update: Matthew Morrison loses Best Actor in a TV Series Comedy or Musical to Jim Parsons for The Big Bang Theory.
6th Update: Glee wins for Best TV Series — Musical or Comedy. The series won 3 of their 5 nominations.
See the list of WINNERS HERE.
Live Blog, Photos and Videos after the JUMP…
The Golden Globes are tonight! And I’ll be live blogging the fun right here! Fun you say? What’s awesome about the Golden Globes–the audience GETS DRUNK, so you never know what’s going to happen next. And, with the sublime and hilarious Ricky Gervais hosting again this year…well needless to say, I’m looking forward to tonight’s telecast.
Plus, the winners of the Golden Globes often foreshadow who will walk away with an Oscar come Spring.
Idol related nomination? Yep. Carrie Underwood is nominated for Best Original Song for her song “There’s A Place For Us” co-written with David Hodges and Hillary Lindsey for the film The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Carrie is expected to be sitting in the audience tonight. Jennifer Lopez is expected to present.
Plus, Glee is nominated for 5 awards: As a group for Best TV Series — Musical or Comedy, and 4 acting awards–Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch for Best Supporting Actor/Actress in TV Series, Mini-Series, or Made-for-TV Movie and Matthew Morrison and Lea Michele for Best Actor/Actress Musical or Comedy.
More about the nominees HERE.
- Rickey Gervais begins the night with Charlie Sheen jokes! “A night of heavy drinking and excess…for Charlie Sheen…breakfast.” Now he’s making jokes about The Tourist. “It must be good because it’s nominated.” lulz.
- John Travolta gay joke! The audience gasps. LULZ
- Scarlett Johansen presents Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture to Christian Bale for The Fighter
- Best Actress in a TV Series Drama to Katie Segal for Sons of Anarchy
- Julianne Moore and Keven Spacey introduces Miss Golden Globes, Gia Montegna and then presents Best Mini-Series or Movie to Carlos
- Bruce Willis (introduced as Ashton Kutcher’s Dad. Lol) introduces Red, nominated for best comedy.
- Garrett Hedlund and Leighton Meester presents Best Supporting Actor TV Series, Mini-Series, or Made-for-TV Movie to CHRIS COLFER!!!!!! YAYYYYYYYY
- Michele Pfeiffer introduces the movie, Alice in Wonderland
- Eva Longoria introduces the President of the Hollywood Foreign Press, Phillip Burke. Ohhhh. Dig at Rickey!
- Kevin Bacon presents Best Actor in a Television Series, Drama to Steve Buscemi for Boardwalk Empire and Best TV Series Drama to Boardwalk Empire
- Andrew Garfield takes the stage, and cannot read the telepromoter! He introduces The Social Network
- Alec Baldwin and Jennifer Lopez present Best Original Song to “You Haven’t Seen the Last of Me” from Burlesque (Diane Warren) and Best Original Score goes to Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for The Social Network
- Justin Beiber and Hayley Seinfeld present Best Animated Feature Film to Toy Story 3. I wonder if Hayley will finally get her autograph from Lea Michele tonight?
- Robert Downey Jr. presents Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical to Annette Bening for The Kids are Alright (BEST PRESENTATION OF THE NIGHT. Hilarious.)
- Sylvester Stallone presents the film The Fighter
- Geoffry Rush and Tilda Swindon present Best Actor in a Mini-series or TV Movie to Al Pacino for You Don’t Know Jack and Best Actress in a Mini-series or TV Movie to Claire Danes for Temple Grandin
- Zac Efron introduces the film The Kids are Alright
- Tina Fey and Steve Carell present Best Screenplay to Aaron Sorkin for The Social Network. (Rickey introduces Steve as “ungrateful” heh)
- Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans presents Best Supporting Actress TV Series, Mini-Series, or Made-for-TV Movie to JANE LYNCH!
- Olivia Wilde and Robert Pattinson presents Best Foreign Language Film< to In a Better World – Denmark/li>
- Helen Mirren presents The King’s Speech Leads the pack with 7 noms.
- Vanessa Williams and Blair Underwood presents Best Actress in a TV Series Comedy or Musical to Laura Linney for The Big C
- Jane Fonda presents Burlesque
- Kaley Cuoco presents Best Actor in a TV Series Comedy or Musical to Jim Parsons for The Big Band Theory
- Jeremy Irons presents Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture to Melissa Leo for The Fight
- Matt Damon presents the Cecil B. Demille award to Robert DeNiro. Nice tribute to Bobby!
- Megan Fox presents The Tourist
- Annette Bening presents Best Director – Motion Picture to David Fincher for The Social Network
- Jimmy Fallon and January Jones presents Best TV Series – Comedy or Musical to GLEE!!!!!
- Alicia Keys presents Black Swan
- Halle Berry presents Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy to Paul Giamatti for Barney’s Version.
- Joseph Gordon-Levitt presents Inception
- Jeff Bridges presents Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama to Natalie Portman for Black Swan
- Tom Hanks and Tim Allen present Best Motion Picture Comedy or Musical to The Kids are Alright
- Sandra Bullock presents Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama to Colin Firth for The Kings Speech
- Michael Douglas presents Best Motion Picture, Drama to The Social Network.
- Rickey Gervais thanks God for making him an Athiest! lol. Rickey is HILARIOUS. That is all.
Carrie Underwood interviewed on the Red Carpet by Ryan Seacrest
Chris Colfer’s Acceptance Speech
Jane Lynch Acceptance Speech
Glee Acceptance Speech
Jennifer Lopez and Alec Baldwin Present Best Song
Backstage interview with Glee Cast