It’s here! Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s “final” hosting gig of the Golden Globes a.k.a. my favorite awards show because movie AND TV stars get drunk live on air. Let the video assumption and award upsets begin!
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler already changed and look glorious.
All the movies North Korea was okay a.k.a. those random hacker guys that were actually responsible for the Sony Hack.
Just Keep Simmons 😀
Emma Stone as Big Eyes is perfection.
Oh hey, Joaquin!
Cake is like a fluffy dessert…
Amy’s impersonation of British actors impersonating Americans is perfection.
Our society totally values pretty people over…anything else.
Who would you rather? Tina or Amy? Both!
Everyone knows I like it Ruff-alo.
Chris Pine? Yes.
Oh hey, TJ Miller! I still love Cloverfield.
I don’t like Tyler Perry movies, but I’d totally see Girl, I Thought You Were Gone.
Jessica Chastain’s reaction to the Bill Cosby jokes is hilarious.
Cumberbatch! Cumberbatch! Cumberbatch!
Lololololol Aniston didn’t get on the Batch bandwagon.
JK Simmons wins first for best Supporting Actor! He’s wondrous. I’m glad he’s getting some recognition and not just for those Farmer’s Insurance commercials.
Joanne Froggatt deserves it. Some recompense for dealing with that bullshit rape storyline in Downton.
Fargo wins as per usual.
Billy Bob Thorton doin’ the thing.
Margaret Cho being awesome.
Cumberbatch and Hunter are concerned.
Streep is a trooper.
Gina Rodriguez wins for Jane the Virgin! YAY LATINAS FOR THE WIN! ALL ABOUT IT!
Transparent is so good. IT’S SO GOOD. Totally deserves that win.
Meh. Hans Zimmer should’ve won for Interstellar. But I haven’t seen The Theory of Everything yet, so maybe that score is okay, I guess.
Prince said it’s Original Score, so it’s Original Score OKAY?!
John Legend, Common, and Prince moment!
Why is Katie Holmes there?
Matt Bomer wins!
Clive Owen is wearing velvet, to make up for Cumberbatch’s disappointing lack of velvet.
Ricky brings out his signature drink and snark.
Whoa! Amy Adams surprise wins for Big Eyes! What up!
Salma Hayek looking like a princess.
How to Train You Dragon 2 wins! I haven’t seen it (wanna see it), but everything is awesome about The Lego Movie.
Patricia Arquette wins for Best Supporting Actress! She’s great! (Jessica Chastain is still my favorite working actress right now.)
Welllllll, I would watch Bridesmaids 2.
The Skeleton Twins are still funny.
Oh isn’t funny when white people can’t pronounce Latino names?
Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, hot and funny.
The room may not have liked that feminist joke from Tomlin and Fonda but I did!
Jeffrey Tambor is transcendent in Transparent. The show is utterly brilliant. Go watch it!
I’d watch that intense romantic drama a.k.a. I ship Lupita-Colin.
Leviathan wins even though every single list said Force Majeure would win.
Jessica Lange is PISSED! I think Maggie Gyllenhaal is great so whatevs.
The Affair is sooooo good, guys. I know you didn’t watch it but you should.
Catherine Zeta-Jones has remerged and she looks beautiful. Can she be in the next Bond movie?
Kevin Spacey knew he was going to win. And I don’t want to know what would’ve happened if he didn’t.
Julianna and Don, where’s that movie?
That’s not fair, Tomorrowland hasn’t come out yet. Where’s Batman and Robin?
It’s hard not to like George Clooney.
Richard Linklater wins for Best Director for a drama! And I totally am bombing my predictions list!
Anna Faris and Chris Pratt present together.
Okay, I wanted Viola Davis to win, too. Still, Ruth Wilson blew me away in her dual portrayal on The Affair.
My dad, the consummate Batman fan, is very happy: Michael Keaton wins for Best Actor, Comedy or Musical.
Either everyone wore too much self-tanner or the lighting in that room is atrocious.
I LOVED The Grand Budapest Hotel although for a comedy it sure did make me cry. #nostalgia
Alright, alright, alright. Matthew’s up.
Julianne Moore is NOT hiding her joy for winning a Golden Globe for Still Alice!
Eddie Redmayne wins for The Theory of Everything! Cumberbatch must be kicking himself that he isn’t younger and could’ve been in that role as he was in the Hawking mini-series.
Favorite awards look from Streep I’ve seen in recent years.
Boyhood wins for Best Picture, Drama! Hollywood Foreign Press loves it some experimental family drama.
Well, here’s to hoping Margaret Cho hosts next year!