Top Golden Globes moments in GIFs
The OutrageThere was much wailing and gnashing of teeth when Andy Samberg and Brooklyn Nine-Nine took top honors for best actor in a television series, comedy or musical and best television series, comedy or musical.PreviousNext
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NopeThe most obvious fails of the night started on the red carpet when a water pipe burst and soaked parts of the entrance. But there was plenty more not to like.by Anna Gonzalez
So, about Julia Roberts' dress on the Golden Globes red carpet -- here's what you guys thought:Survey says..by Anna GonzalezE!'s live webcast of the red carpet included screen graphics displaying "Fun Facts" about Hollywood stars. Things took a turn when these two posts displayed, prompting online audiences to make up their own, which were not factual at all.It took people a while to understand what was happening.oh come on, what does this one even have to do with movies or tv? pic.twitter.com/YhXmXwVjPeE! issued this statement early Monday morning:
"We regret the insensitive classification of Michael J Fox's Parkinson's diagnosis during our Eonline live stream. We understand the serious nature of the disease and sincerely apologize."Practically no one approved of this dress.Paula Patton's dress: Do or don'tby Anna Gonzalez
That. Was funnyHosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler did not disappoint.Wait. That's not them.Julia Louis-Dreyfus is so over this.by Anna GonzalezWas this a photobomb?Captured from E! -- what's J. Law trying to say here, do you think?by Anna GonzalezEmma Thompson is over it
WTHSo many odd moments from so many of our favorite people. Here are a couple of our favorites.Diane Keaton's speech started wonderfully, but somewhere she appeared to have lost her way. She concluded by singing a Girl Scout song.by Anna GonzalezIn case you were wondering, Diane Keaton sang a Girl Scouts song... to Woody Allen. Go ahead and let that sink in.by katie.mclaughlin via YouTubeBut no one was more interesting than Jacqueline Bisset, who took an unusually long time to approach the stage after winning a best supporting actress award. More on this story hereI helped write Jacqueline Bisset's speech. Did you like it?