06:10 PM EDT 08/23/2014
Originally posted 02/18/2014 02:25PM
Queen Elizabeth has the Crown Jewels in the Tower of London and a world-famous stamp collection at St. James's Palace. But ever wonder where she keeps her honorary BAFTA award?
Originally posted 02/17/2014 11:55AM
Prince William was a perfect presenter at Sunday night's star-studded BAFTAs in London – and just as funny and charming backstage, according to one of the night's top honorees.
Dame Helen Mirren, who received a BAFTA Fellowship from the Duke of Cambridge at London's Royal Opera House, tells PEOPLE, "He was so great backstage – so lovely. He was very easy, very relaxed."
Originally posted 02/16/2014 06:10PM
Spoiler alert! If you are going to watch the BAFTA broadcast Sunday night on BBC America and want to be surprised, read no further.
Originally posted 02/16/2014 05:40PM
He's already a prince, helicopter rescue pilot and father to the future King of England, but now Prince William can add another line to his resume: awards show presenter.
Originally posted 02/16/2014 05:30PM
Leave it to Oprah Winfrey to tell it like it is.
Originally posted 02/13/2014 06:00PM
If an EGOT – the elusive combination of Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony that only 11 individuals have ever claimed – is one of Hollywood's highest honors, then it stands to reason that a BEGOT (that's an EGOT plus a BAFTA, and yes we did just make it up) is an even more impressive accomplishment. It's one better, is it not?
By our count, a mere four people have ever completed a BEGOT, and shockingly, only two of them were Brits: Audrey Hepburn, John Gielgud, Mike Nichols and Whoopi Goldberg. Still, nearly every artist in Hollywood should aspire towards a BEGOT (once they hear about it, that is), and Sunday night's BAFTA Film Awards offer a number of artists the chance to check off the next box in the BEGOT checklist.
Below, see the five stars working on their BEGOTs at the 2014 BAFTAs. Only one of them is British, which just goes to show you that the BEGOTs belong to us all, guv'nah.
Originally posted 01/24/2014 01:00PM
Hollywood is already a lot like high school, and never more so than during awards season. Competition fills the air, everyone obsesses over dresses they will wear exactly once and, as Tina Fey and Amy Poehler demonstrated at the Golden Globes, who sits with who is a matter of extreme importance.
But on a greater level, each awards show is also its own friend group, with all the little in-jokes, rituals and histories that implies. Which ceremony is which clique? On the eve of the Director's Guild of America Awards, see it all explained below.
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