"I hate to say that I'm a Cinderfella," said acting winner Chris Colfer (with the Glee
gang backstage on Jan. 16). "But I really kind of feel like it tonight!"
Double the Fun
"When you're happy, you're always glowing," said mom-to-be Natalie Portman
(in Viktor & Rolf), who toasted her Black Swan
win with fiance Benjamin Millepied (above). But no Moet: "I'm hitting the water-ginger ale if I'm feeling crazy."
Feeling "really good," a back-in-action Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones
joined forces with Brad Pitt
and Angelina Jolie
. Below: Wardrobe malfunction! Jolie gave Pitt's bow tie a quick fix (no, it wasn't a clip-on).
Jake: Single and Mingling
He and Taylor Swift
are over, so how is Jake Gyllenhaal
moving on? First he sat next to Swift's onetime rival Camilla Belle (inset; both dated Joe Jonas
) at the Art of Elysium gala Jan. 15, laughing and chatting with her all night. Then he brought his ex-girlfriend actress-singer Jenny Lewis to the Globes (right). Alas, they're just friendly exes.
Why the long, flowing locks? "Unemployment," said Bale. "I haven't worked since The Fighter." Left, Anne Hathaway
's Armani Prive dress was "magic on her," said stylist Rachel Zoe.
After the Globes stars let loose. At the INSTYLE/Warner Bros. party, Annette Bening and Warren Beatty dug the band, while Sofia Vergara hit the buffet ("I've haven't eaten for two weeks!"). Lea Michele
kicked off her Louboutins at Fox's fete, while pregnant Jane Krakowski was mobbed by well-wishers at NBC/Universal/Focus Features. Bruce Willis
got some love at the Weinstein Company/Relativity Media celebration ("someone pinched my butt!"), and a surprise pair were arm in arm: Jeremy Renner and actress Stacy Keibler.
and Olivia Wilde got friendly at the Weinstein/Relativity soiree, but don't get any ideas. Her husband, Tao Ruspoli, was also on hand.
congratulated Andrew Garfield on The Social Network
's big Globes win at a poolside bash hosted by HBO.
(in Zuhair Murad) and new beau Matthew Rutler were attached at the hip at the InStyle/Warner Bros. party.