• Former HFPA president confirms she wrote 'fake' Drew Barrymore interview
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    Ben Arnold

    Former HFPA president confirms she wrote 'fake' Drew Barrymore interview

    The supposedly 'fake' Drew Barrymore interview from an Egyptian in-flight magazine that went viral is not fake after all.

  • HFPA claims its former president inappropriately touched Brendan Fraser 'in jest'
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    Ben Arnold

    HFPA claims its former president inappropriately touched Brendan Fraser 'in jest'

    The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the body behind the Golden Globes, has admitted that its former president Philip Berk touched actor Brendan Fraser inappropriately, but that he did so in jest.

  • Hit horror movie Get Out to compete as a comedy at the Golden Globes
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    Ben Arnold

    Hit horror movie Get Out to compete as a comedy at the Golden Globes

    In a not-entirely out of character curveball, it sounds like the Golden Globes is to recognise Jordan Peele's hit movie 'Get Out' not as a horror, which it is, but as a comedy (which it isn't).

  • Get an Inside Look at How the World of 'La La Land' Was Built (Exclusive)
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    Kevin Polowy

    Get an Inside Look at How the World of 'La La Land' Was Built (Exclusive)

    The acclaimed musical La La Land was predicted to be an awards season juggernaut from the time it first hit the festival circuit in late-summer. Now you can take a inside look at how writer-director Damien Chazelle and company crafted the film’s stylish look in the exclusive behind-the-scenes video above. —Chazelle notes how they peppered lampposts throughout the movie to create a visual motif.

  • Why 'Death Becomes Her' Was Trending Last Night
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    Gwynne Watkins

    Why 'Death Becomes Her' Was Trending Last Night

    When Meryl Streep was honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award at last night’s Golden Globe Awards, producers played a montage showcasing the actress’s many great characters. There was her Oscar-winning turn as Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady, her star-making role as a mother fighting for custody in Kramer vs. Kramer — and then there was her performance as a bitter, aging actress who makes a deal with the devil to stay forever young in Death Becomes Her.  That 1992 black comedy may not be Streep’s biggest hit or most acclaimed role, but it was the one that immediately started trending on social media last night. Directed by Robert Zemeckis in between Back to the Future Part III and Forrest Gump, Death Becomes Her is a broad horror-comedy about two middle-aged frenemies — actress Madeline Ashton (Streep) and author Helen Sharp (Goldie Hawn) — whose rivalry comes to a head when they discover a secret potion that will restore their youth and beauty.

  • The Golden Globes Proved Kristen Wiig Is the MVP of Awards Shows
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    Gwynne Watkins

    The Golden Globes Proved Kristen Wiig Is the MVP of Awards Shows

    The banter between presenters at awards shows is, more often than not, awkward and terrible — unless one of those presenters is Kristen Wiig. At last night’s Golden Globes, Wiig and her co-presenter, Steve Carell, brought a moment of genuine hilarity to the teleprompter-dominated proceedings, swapping tragic “memories” of the first animated films they ever saw as kids.

  • Watch the Stars Salute Meryl Streep on Golden Globes Red Carpet
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    Kevin Polowy

    Watch the Stars Salute Meryl Streep on Golden Globes Red Carpet

    Hours before Meryl Streep delivered one of the buzziest awards-show speeches in years — taking President-elect Donald Trump to task for mocking a disabled reporter and embracing a controversial stance on immigration — attendees at Sunday’s Golden Globes were already singing her praises. “She might be the finest actress of all time,” Cuba Gooding Jr. (The People v. O.J. Simpson) said about Streep, who was on hand both as a nominee (for Florence Foster Jenkins) and as the recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s lifetime-achievement honor.

  • Brad Pitt Shows Up to the Golden Globes Looking Better Than Ever — and Leaves a Winner
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    Taryn Ryder

    Brad Pitt Shows Up to the Golden Globes Looking Better Than Ever — and Leaves a Winner

    Brad Pitt may be having a rough go of it in his personal life, but professionally things are going quite well.

  • Meryl Streep Calls Out Donald Trump in Her Golden Globes Speech
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    Gwynne Watkins

    Meryl Streep Calls Out Donald Trump in Her Golden Globes Speech

    Despite losing her voice, Meryl Streep used her Golden Globes platform to send out a message loud and clear to the powers that be. “I’ve lost my voice in screaming and lamentation this weekend,” explained Streep, who took part in the memorial services held last week for her good friend Carrie Fisher and Fisher’s mother, Debbie Reynolds. It’s just a bunch of people from other places.” And then, to their astonishment, Streep called out eight other Golden Globe nominees and described their diverse backgrounds — from Viola Davis (who presented Streep’s award), born in rural South Carolina and raised in Rhode Island, to Dev Patel, born in Kenya, raised in London, and nominated for “playing an Indian raised in Tasmania” in Lion.

  • Emily Ratajkowski, Kerry Washington, Kristen Bell, and More Prove That Skin Is Still In
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    Lauren Tuck

    Emily Ratajkowski, Kerry Washington, Kristen Bell, and More Prove That Skin Is Still In

    The naked dress might be so 2016 — but that doesn’t mean skin isn’t in. At the Golden Globes, stars including Emily Ratajkowski, Tracee Ellis Ross, Kristen Bell, and more used deep necklines, high hemlines, sheer fabrics, and other creative fashion tricks to better show off their bodies. Click through for the skimpiest looks on the red carpet Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

  • Ryan Gosling Thanks ‘Sweetheart’ Eva Mendes During Golden Globes Acceptance Speech
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    Taryn Ryder

    Ryan Gosling Thanks ‘Sweetheart’ Eva Mendes During Golden Globes Acceptance Speech

    When Ryan Gosling won the Golden Globe tonight, Eva Mendes was not in attendance. However, the La La Land star wanted to make sure his “sweetheart” knew how much he appreciated her.

  • Tracee Ellis Ross Delivers Inspiring Acceptance Speech at the Golden Globes
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    Taryn Ryder

    Tracee Ellis Ross Delivers Inspiring Acceptance Speech at the Golden Globes

    Tracee Ellis Ross got a standing ovation when she won her Golden Globe tonight, and her acceptance speech deserved another one. Ross, who won the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series (musical or comedy) for her role in Black-ish, is the first black woman to win in that category since 1983.

  • The Stallone Girls Share the Advice Sly Gave Them About Their Miss Golden Globe Duties
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    Taryn Ryder

    The Stallone Girls Share the Advice Sly Gave Them About Their Miss Golden Globe Duties

    This year, Miss Golden Globe’s duties are being shared by three young ladies. Sylvester Stallone’s daughters with Jennifer Flavin — Sophia, 20, Sistine, 18, and Scarlet, 14 — will all be assisting on stage as the awards are handed out to the night’s big winners.

  • 2017 Golden Globes: Vote for the Best and Worst Dressed
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    Lauren Tuck

    2017 Golden Globes: Vote for the Best and Worst Dressed

    The Golden Globes might officially be about awarding actors with golden statues for their roles in the year’s standout movies and television shows, but being named best dressed is almost as important. And getting deemed one of the worst — not so great. So how do these get assigned? Well, it’s all up to you! Vote on what everyone’s wearing on the red carpet at the event. Their fate is in your fingers — and don’t forget to comment below!

  • Sophia, Sistine, and Scarlet Hit the Golden Globes: All About the Stallone Sisters
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    Gwynne Watkins

    Sophia, Sistine, and Scarlet Hit the Golden Globes: All About the Stallone Sisters

    Tonight, Sylvester Stallone’s three daughters share the duties of Miss Golden Globe: the first time the title (traditionally given to a promising young talent from a famous family) has been bestowed simultaneously on siblings. The Stallone sisters — Sophia, 20, Sistine, 18, and Scarlet, 14 — captured the world’s attention at last year’s Golden Globes ceremony when they walked the red carpet with their father (who took home his first-ever Globe that night for Creed) and mother Jennifer Flavin.

  • Re-create Jennifer Lawrence’s Golden Globes Beauty Look for Under $30 [Video]
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    Joanna Douglas

    Re-create Jennifer Lawrence’s Golden Globes Beauty Look for Under $30 [Video]

    We’ve got the breakdown to recreate Jennifer Lawrence’s Golden Globes hair and makeup at home. Even better, we’ll show you how to do it for under 30 bucks.

  • Recreate Rooney Mara’s Golden Globes Beauty Look For Under $30 [Video]
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    Joanna Douglas

    Recreate Rooney Mara’s Golden Globes Beauty Look For Under $30 [Video]

    We’ve got the breakdown to recreate Rooney Mara’s Golden Globes hair and makeup at home. Even better, we’ll show you how to do it for under 30 bucks.

  • Recreate Amy Schumer’s Golden Globes Beauty Look For Under $30 [Video]
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    Joanna Douglas

    Recreate Amy Schumer’s Golden Globes Beauty Look For Under $30 [Video]

    We’ve got the breakdown to recreate Amy Schumer’s hair and makeup at home. Even better, we’ll show you how to do it for under 30 bucks.

  • Morgan Freeman’s Necklace Was Our Favorite Accessory at the Golden Globes
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    Jihan Forbes

    Morgan Freeman’s Necklace Was Our Favorite Accessory at the Golden Globes

    We are happy to report that Morgan Freeman has reached his final form as the swaggiest grandpa on the planet. Seriously – forget all the diamonds and assorted jewels we’ve been seeing tonight. Freeman just slayed the Globes accessory game with a simple beaded necklace. 

  • Golden Globes 2016: Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer Showed How Totally BFFs They Are
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    Jordan Zakarin

    Golden Globes 2016: Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer Showed How Totally BFFs They Are

    After Ricky Gervais tweaked the internet’s obsession with Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer’s budding friendship at the Golden Globes Sunday night, the two actresses took the stage and proved just why they’re such a dynamic duo. “Hello, I’m J. Law,” the Joy actress told the audience. When Lawrence told Schumer that, sorry, she can’t just give herself a nickname, Schumer was discouraged.

  • Sad Face: Jennifer Lawrence & Amy Schumer Weren’t #Twinsies at the Golden Globes
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    Nora Crotty

    Sad Face: Jennifer Lawrence & Amy Schumer Weren’t #Twinsies at the Golden Globes

    Rumors have been swirling for the past month that BFFs Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer would be showing up to the 2016 Golden Globes together, wearing matching gowns. Schumer arrived on the red carpet first, wearing a black-and-white off-the-shoulder gown by Prabal Gurung.

  • What J. Law, Lady Gaga, Amy Schumer & More Might Wear to the Golden Globes
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    Dora Fung

    What J. Law, Lady Gaga, Amy Schumer & More Might Wear to the Golden Globes

    The 2016 Golden Globes nominations were announced this morning, sending Hollywood stylists and designers into an instant beehive of activity! We may have to wait until January 10th to see what A-listers like Cate Blanchett, Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Schumer, Lady Gaga, and the beloved Lily Tomlin (who is up for two awards!) are planning to wear, but in the interim it’s fun to guess. Here are the dream gowns that we would love to see them in.

  • Dear Golden Globe Awards, America Ferrera Is Not Gina Rodriguez
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    Breanne L. Heldman

    Dear Golden Globe Awards, America Ferrera Is Not Gina Rodriguez

    America Ferrera (left) and Gina Rodriguez are not the same person. (Getty Images)

  • Why "What Are You Wearing?" Belongs on the Red Carpet
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    Lauren Tuck

    Why "What Are You Wearing?" Belongs on the Red Carpet

    Red carpet pageantry has reached peak craziness of late: hundreds of reporters and cameras vie to get that one quote that’ll go viral, getting picked up in papers, across the Internet, and on the morning talk show circuit. In 2012, a “mani cam” debuted at the height of the nail art craze—it requires women walk their fingers down a mini-runway—and most recently, a “clutch cam" was added to the repertoire.