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Originally posted 01/17/2011 08:00AM
There's only one man in Sandra Bullock's life right now – her son, Louis.
In an interview with Today's Al Roker, Bullock made it clear that rumors of her and newly single Ryan Reynolds being an item aren't true.
"I think there will be a collective sigh amomgst women across the United States when I say he's not my lovah," Bullock, 46, says on the red carpet before Sunday night's Golden Globes. "He's just an amazing friend for 10 years ... but I don't get his loving after dark."
Originally posted 01/17/2011 12:00AM
Who needs to win an award to share their thoughts? Thanks to Twitter, celebs can over-share from everywhere!
Here are some of the night's best OMG and LOLs from the Golden Globes tables:
"I don't care!!! I already have my Golden Globes!!!!!!!!hahhahha" – Sophia Vergara
Originally posted 01/16/2011 07:15PM
There were great expectations about Natalie Portman's Golden Globes night: Would she win a best actress award – and what would she wear?
On both fronts, the night delivered.
The mom-to-be won best performance in a motion picture drama for her turn as the disturbed ballet dancer Nina Sayers in Black Swan, and on stage she thanked her French dancer fiancé Benjamin Millepied, with whom she's expecting her first child.
"He's the best actor," she said on stage about Millepied, who choreographed the film and also costarred in it as a dancer who said he was not sexually attracted to her character. "It's not true," she said onstage. "He totally wants to sleep with me."
Originally posted 01/16/2011 11:10PM
A king with a stutter; a ballet dancer driven to the brink of madness; a lesbian mom; and a nebbishy television producer – those were the diverse roles that won this year's crop of stars their best actor and actress trophies at Sunday's Golden Globes.
This year, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association shared the wealth, divvying up acting and best picture awards among the many different nominees.
The Social Network was named best motion picture drama at the ceremony, and ultimately earned four awards at the show, the most of any film. The Kids Are All Right picked up best motion picture comedy, with Annette Bening named best actress in a comedy for her role as Nic, a doctor, who has children with Julianne Moore's free-spirited character.
Originally posted 01/16/2011 08:30PM
Golden Globe virgins rejoice – it was your night.
Glee's Chris Colfer scored a major win early Sunday night at the Golden Globes, taking home best supporting actor for his role as Kurt Hummel in Fox's hit, which later earned top honors in the TV category – the award for best series comedy.
"I think I dropped my heart between Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore, so if anyone sees it, please give it back," he said as he excitedly picked up the award. Praising his cast who "deserve this as much as I do," Colfer, 20, spoke of his role, as an openly gay teen, as a positive example for kids who have been bullied in school.
His costar Jane Lynch was named best supporting actress for her role as coach Sue Sylvester.
"The greatest thrill is I get these 14 year-old-kids coming up to me vibrating out of their bodies saying how happy Glee makes them," Lynch, who won the Emmy for the same role, said in her funny acceptance speech.
Originally posted 01/16/2011 09:30PM
Geoffrey Rush may have channeled his inner Mad Man with his dapper fedora and shorn hair at Sunday's Golden Globes – but the actor wasn't sporting the hat just to make a style statement.
Nope, the Aussie star, and Golden Globe nominee for The King's Speech, shaved his head for a new role in the play The Diary of a Madman, based on a short story by Nikolai Gogol, which already premiered in Australia, his rep tells PEOPLE.
Rush, 59, plays a civil servant who goes crazy in the dark comedy, which is set to make its U.S. premiere at New York's Brooklyn Academy of Music beginning Feb. 11.
Reporting by ELIZABETH LEONARD
Originally posted 01/16/2011 09:05PM
Ricky Gervais said he would "notch it up" for this year's 68th Golden Globe Awards. And the British comedian took a sip of his beer and left the audience speechless right out of the gate.
No one was safe. Here are some of his most memorable zingers:
It's gonna be a night of partying and heavy drinking … or as Charlie Sheen calls it: Breakfast.
I haven't even seen The Tourist. Who has?
Do you want to go see Cher? No. Why not? Because it's not 1975.
Originally posted 01/16/2011 06:30PM
Kaley Cuoco made a big announcement on the red carpet at Sunday's Golden Globes: The Big Bang Theory star told Ryan Seacrest she was engaged – then she took it back.
After noticing a major sparkler on her ring finger, Seacrest asked the actress if she had any happy news to share.
"I'm engaged," Cuoco, 25, said, pausing as the E! host happily congratulated her. Then, she clarified: "I'd like you to know who I'm engaged to – Chopard, the jewelry designer."
So, why was the Golden Globes presenter wearing the ring on that finger?
Originally posted 01/16/2011 10:45AM
Jennifer Love Hewitt is no stranger to the red carpet, but gearing up for her first Golden Globes as a nominee is bringing out a whole new range of emotions.
"I'm super excited [and] very nervous, oddly enough," Hewitt told PEOPLE at a W magazine party celebrating the Golden Globes Friday night. "I don't get nervous, but I feel nervous. I'm really excited."
Hewitt, who attended the party with her actor boyfriend Alex Beh, earned her first Globe nomination – best performance by an actress in a mini-series or a motion picture made for television – for her portrayal of a Texas physical therapist-turned prostitute in The Client List.
Originally posted 01/15/2011 06:40PM
I love the Golden Globes. They efficiently toss out statuettes for film and TV in one snappy show, ply celebrities with enough champagne to say silly things on camera, and insist on bringing back Ricky Gervais to host, knowing he'll say something to tick off somebody important.
So, in the awards-show spirit, let's get to who ought to win Sunday night.
Best Motion Picture – Drama: The King's Speech
No question, The Social Network is the movie of the moment. It's at the top of critics' lists, and with an amazing script from Aaron Sorkin, kinetic directing from David Fincher, and terrific performances from all the actors, it should be. But call me fusty, I'm sticking with The King's Speech.
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