Put your feet up, turn on your TV and tell Mr. wOw what you think
Another real star. And a real woman!
ah Helen, gracefull
I love Morgan Freeman. Especially as God. He could make me re-think my issues on faith.
My, my…Brad certainly looked happy to see his lady onstage. I think we can discount the unending fighting/separating stories in UsWeekly.
They need to bleep Ricky Gervais for the rest of the broadcast, he’s added nothing.
I miss Hollywood behaving badly…
I have missed Michelle Pfeiffer.
How lovely she looks.
Well, she kept back those hands of time as long as she could.
Finally! It’s getting exciting. (Maybe)
Great performances aside, “The Help” is awful. Sorry, I know very few agree.
Latifah looked fab.
Meryl WANTS it.
Meryl gets it.
Nice bit, looking shocked.
Meryl, darling whats up with your costume?
Nicely toasted, our Miss Streep.
too much guilt?
But BOY does she deserve it.
you mean Jane? If you mean Meryl–too much vodka.
Meant Meryl. (Vodka! Ah…good to know.)
Seriously Meryl, great laugh and sense of humor. I need to grow one.
Jane Fonda …biggest appreciative roar of the night.
Uggie, the adorable Jack Russell Terrier from “The Artist.” Both Bella and I can’t contain our excitement!
Natalie Portman…last year’s unworthy Oscar-winner. Gorgeous, however.
Didn’t like the dresss or the color on her… it didn’t flatter her at all.
Harrison Ford. Bangs at 70? Only Claudette Colbert could pull that off. And Mamie Eisenhower.
Who was Uggie wearing?
Alexander Barkovsky… of course!
That’s three hours I’ll never get back. Still, fun to be here with…several of you.
Now I have to eat. B.’s Sunday dinner awaits.
I know your dinner is worth the wait, hug B…enjoy!
Thank you Tee Zee, for hanging in. You too, Dr. Sugar!
Thanks for a special evening… no Ryan Gosling…so sad.
I fell asleep in the middle of show. Got tired of waiting for Ricky to be funny. Much better last year.
I normally don’t watch but was bored and went in and changed the channel to watch. After it had begun of course. I have no sense of time. Even with notes attached to the computer keyboard so I don’t forget. I don’t forget, really, I just forget to look at the clock. Even the one on the bottom of the computer screen. Caught two blondes who I have no idea who were they were, one looked like Twiggy, and then the phone rang. Someone I haven’t talked to in ten years. So that was the end of the Golden Globes for me. There was also a pan of the audience before the phone rang. There were actually a lot of women who looked lke Twiggy. Boobs apparently are no longer in? And the lighting was too harsh. I would have excused myself and not come back. But the evening was not totally lost. Lots of things to catch up on. Lots of gossip. Some of it about me. I love to hear what people really have said. Sometimes. Live by the sword, die by the sword as they say.
Since I didn’t watch I can’t comment on the comments although judging from the comments it must not have been that bad. As for Meryl Streep, well, maybe they should just create a Meryl Streep Award and give it to her each year at all the awards show. Open up the competition for the other awards a little. You must admit she has never won an award she didn’t deserve. And hasn’t gotten an award for many roles she deserved one for. So, well, the Meryl Streep Award would solve both problems, wouldn’t it?