Golden Globe Moments

The Golden Globes, held in January, are often thought of as the appetizer to the main event – March's Oscars. But that doesn't mean the first big player in Hollywood's awards show season isn't just as scrumptious when it comes to head-turning moments. Whether it's Hilary Swank besting veterans like Meryl Streep, or Jodie Foster turning up with Russell Crowe on her arm, the stars always make the Golden Globes a memorable event.

  • DRAMATIC EFFECT photo | Denzel Washington

Credit: AP Photo/NBC, Chris Haston

Updated: Monday Apr 05, 2004 | 01:00 AM EDT By: By Lucy Maher

DRAMATIC EFFECT

In 2000, when Denzel Washington accepted the Golden Globe for best actor in a drama for his portrayal of wrongly imprisoned boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter in The Hurricane, he invited the film's namesake to the podium. "This man right here is love," a choked-up Washington told the audience. "He's all love."



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