Golden Globes 2010: Real-Time Coverage!

Golden Globes 2010: Real-Time Coverage!-photo

7:57: Avatar won Best Picture? No wai! We're totally blue in the face!

7:47: Jeff Bridges wins for Crazy Heart. Accepting in his honor, Kris Kristofferson. Just kidding, the dude totally abides.

7:40: Robert Downey Jr. wins Best Actor: Comedy or Musical award. In other news, what kind of award is Best Actor: Comedy or Musical? In other other news, it was a great acceptance speech. Is there anyone in the world who doesn't love Robert Downey Jr., as both an artist and a cautionary tale?

7:37: Is anyone else disappointed that Mickey Rourke and Sandra Bullock didn't totally make out onstage? You know they totally wanted to.

7:27: The Hangover wins Best Motion Picture. Harrison Ford already working on the sequel.

7:17: Wait, James Cameron released a movie last year? Why didn't anybody tell us?

7:14: Ricky Gervais just laid down an epic burn on Mel Gibson: "I like a drink as much as the next man, unless that next man is Mel Gibson." Sweet.

7:00: Robert DeNiro, Leo Dicaprio and Martin Scorsese: Could the man-crush possibly get any heavier? But yeah, if Scorsese gets any more awesome, he's gonna collapse under the weight of his own greatness.

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6:45: Taylor Lautner could have at least combed his hair for such a prestigious event. Also, was that a leather tux jacket he was wearing?

6:40: Jon Hamm's beard—awesome, or totally awesome? You decide in the comments section!

6:34: Fact: Sophia Loren is 75 years old. Also a fact: Yes, you still totally would, so don't even front.

6:27: Alec Baldwin beats Thomas Jane and David Duchovny. He also beats out Ron Jeremy in the coveted Most Body Hair award.

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6:16: Aww, shizz; Drew Barrymore beats out her Grey Gardens co-star Jessica Lange. The documentary was still better. In related news, someone please give Drew a tranquilizer already.

6:05: Meryl Streep might deserve a Best Actress award based on her acceptance speech alone. But there's still Mariah to contend with.

5:45: True fact: Two Christina Aguileras could fit into one Cher.

5:41: Prediction: Mickey Rourke will kiss someone to death by the end of the night.

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5:34: Michael C. Hall picks up a Golden Globe, finally. He could use the good news these days.

5:30: Ricky Gervais as Golden Globes host: Awkward, brilliant, or brilliantly awkward? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

5:21: Paul McCartney: "Animation is not just for children. It's also for adults who take drugs."

5:18: Neil Patrick Harris looks like he might cry from being beat out by John Lithgow. Or maybe he has heartburn.

5:10: ...Aaannnd Mo'Nique makes an early play for Most Emotional Acceptance Speech of the Evening.

5:05: True fact: If you take a drink every time somebody mentions Haiti or the Jay Leno situation tonight, you will be dead by the end of the evening.

5:01: Steve Carell looks like he's trying to make Ricky Gervais' head explode with his eyes.

4:57: Three minutes to go. Are you atingle with anticipation? Don't forget, you can follow the Golden Globes with Celebuzz via Twitter too.

4:54: Tina Fey, on the unfortunate weather, and the late-night wars: "No, it's not rain, it's just God crying for NBC."

4:16: Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon have arrived on the red carpet. Apparently, there's a bottle of bubbly waiting for her at her table inside. Set phasers to "crazy"...

4:15: Penelope Cruz encourages charitable action for Haiti. Good god, she even makes tragedy seems sexy.

 

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