Monday, January 12, 2009

A Summary of the 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards

In case you didn't watch, here's some quick snippets of what you missed:

Eva Longoria: How could she NOT have had a nip slip?

Seth Rogan: Got skinny!

Tina Fey: Wit personified.

Sally Hawkins: Emaciated.

Tom Cruise: Looks just like his mommy.

Rita Wilson: Holy boobs!

Salma Hayek: Speaking of, looks like Salma brought her very own "golden globes" to the show.

Anna Paquin: Get thy teeth fixed.

J.Lo: She birth twins and then wore THAT? Hate. Her.

Sting: Channeling Grizzly Adams.

Eva Mendes: Best Necklace.

Drew Barrymore: Best Dressed.

Hayden Panettiere: Runner-Up, Best Dressed.

Cameron Diaz: Ugly-pretty. HDTV is NOT kind to her.

Angelina: Would it kill her to smile instead of smirk?

Maggie Gyllenhaal: Worst Dressed.

Renee Zellweger: Runner-Up, Worst Dressed.

Debra Messing: Worst Hair. (It was a post-gym 80's frizzy ponytail.)

Rumor Willis: Did indeed slouch and hunch, much to her Mom's chagrin.

Slumdog Millionaire: Apparently, a must-see. (Have you seen it? If so, what's the scoop?)

And Adrian Grenier: HOTTEST. The End.


Maureen said...

Love your commentary. You were right on too.

Amy said...

Renee's hair has look god-awful for a couple years now, and this dress is just heinous!

Cameron Diaz - yikes.

Drew really does look amazing here!!

Great comments!!

amanda said...

one day i dream that i will sit with you in the sunroom of your house and hear your award show summary live and in person!

Jenni said...

I agree with all of that and would like to add that I thought Kate Winslet looked gorgeous!

Manic Mommy said...

I had to re-link over to your blog four times because I kept getting lost in the picture galleries.

Rumer Willis should start a support group with Alexa Joel. You've got a 50/50 shot of looking like your hot mom or your goofy dad. Genetics can be cruel.

Staci said...

Thanks for the catch up!

Anonymous said...

Slumdog is incredible. It's sometimes hard to watch because of the things kids go through but worth every minute. Not a family movie-one to see with an adult and then go out somewhere afterwords and talk about it.

Elaine said...

I agree with everything except Drew Barrymore. I didn't quite get her look.

Anyway, saw Slumdog Millionaire last night. It is VERY good. I would highly recommend it.


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