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Old 01-16-2007, 09:39 AM   #46
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I was wondering about those puzzle pins

Why are all of the celebrities wearing blue puzzle pieces? What do they stand for?


NBC stars such as Tina Fey, Steve Carell and Alec Baldwin (left) hit the red carpet wearing blue pins to raise awareness for Autism Speaks, a favorite charity of NBC Universal chairman and CEO Bob Wright, who has a grandchild with the disorder.
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Old 01-16-2007, 09:45 AM   #47
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The way she was posing was so embarrassing



She needs to get over herself. OK. You're pretty. We get it!

I'm so glad Forest Whitaker won! He was so amazing
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Whatevs. Hugh Laurie didn't deserve it.

And Kiefer has won a couple of Golden Globes, right?

The real winner here is Michael C. Hall, guys.


OMG... YOU GOT IT SISTAH!! Michael C. Hall should of won than one hands down! Loved him in Six Feet Under and love him even more on Dexter.!! What a show! I can't get enough of it.

Highlights for me were: Sacha Baron Cohen (he is fuckin hilarious and was last nite ) , Marty S. winning, Ugly Betty and America winning, Forrest Whitaker and Eddie Murphy winning one, Clint Eastwood's win.
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Old 01-16-2007, 11:06 AM   #49
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Hugh Laurie deserved that award,
his speeches are always a hoot

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Old 01-16-2007, 11:24 AM   #50
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I cant get over his accent when he speaks in real life.
It has to be difficult to speak in an 'american' accent.

Well I'm glad he won. He rockz my sockz.
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not saying he didn't but.. IMO.. Dexter is a better show and character (very complex/layered) and Michael C. Hall pulls it off so well..
Here's a snippet of his character/show summary..

During the day, Dexter Morgan is a jovial employee in the Miami Metropolitan Police Depoartment's crime lab, but his meticulously crafted life masks his true nature. In reality Dexter is a disciplined and murderous psychopath (a self-admitted "monster"), and he slakes his bloodlust at night by carefully killing the serial killers he tracks down during the day.
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I love Drew Barrymore, but she went overboard with the tan.

I'm surprised "Babel" won - didn't it get fairly mixed reviews? But yay for Alec Baldwin, Ugly Betty, America Ferrera, Jennifer Hudson, and Sacha Baron Cohen! And Meryl Streep - I love her acceptance speeches.

Oh, and Helen Mirren is a goddess.

Don't fret over Hugh Laurie's win - Kiefer will win the Emmy.

I was almost bummed about The Office not winning, but Ugly Betty is great, so I was okay with it.
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Beyonce posing like that was just ridiculous. I would imagine she's got her panties in a pretty tight twist after Jennifer Hudson won the Golden Globe and she didn't.

Oh, and The Office was robbed.
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I cant get over his accent when he speaks in real life.
It has to be difficult to speak in an 'american' accent.
Seriously!

Actually, I'm used to hearing him speak in the most British of accents on TV comedies like BlackAdder and Jeeves And Wooster. The first time I heard his American accent on House, I found it very weird.
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I whooped so loudly when Jennifer Hudson won that my cat freaked out and darted out of the room. I adored Ms. Hudson's speech, so heartfelt, humble, and gracious.

Speaking of heartfelt, humble, and gracious, I also love America Ferrara's speech. I've liked her ever since I saw her in "Real Women Have Curves."

Speaking of curves, both Jennifer and America looked gorgeous. They prove that you don't have to be an anorexic blonde outfitted by Rachel Zoe to be considered attractive. I want both of these stunning ladies to have long, substantial careers.

I laughed so much during Sacha Baron Cohen's speech. And I liked how his co-star played along. And damn, Sacha is a tall, and good-looking, drink of water.

I don't watch "House", but Hugh Laurie also gave a great speech.

I wanted Steve Carell to win best actor for a comedy, but Alec Baldwin is terrific on "30 Rock." And though my heart is with "The Office", "Ugly Betty" is also a very good show.

To me, "Grey's Anatomy" is "Melrose Place" in scrubs, just a big pile of meh.

I was happy about "Dreamgirls" winning best motion picture comedy or musical, but I really have a special place in my heart for "Little Miss Sunshine." Then again, you just can't compare the two (other than they are both excellent). "Dreamgirls" is an over-the-top musical extravaganza, and "Little Miss Sunshine" is a touching slice of life about a dysfunctional family.

I want to be Helen Mirren when I grow up.

And are we going to discuss the Golden Globe fashions in further depth? I think Vanessa Williams' hair needed its own zip code.
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I want to be Helen Mirren when I grow up.


me too!



(kidding! kidding!)

(sort of!)
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I think Vanessa Williams' hair needed its own zip code.
She's so beautiful too, I don't understand why some of those women listen to those stylists

I thought J Lo looked great, this isn't the best pic but..



I didn't like Hilary's hair, just didn't think it was the most flattering for her. She's gotten so skinny now too, what happened to that voluptuous (by Hollywood standards) body?



What about Reese in yellow and short, and her new hair?



She always looks great, not my fave look on her but she wears everything so well

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I thought Emily Blunt could have stopped a war in that dress she wore. That thing was painted on.

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I thought Emily looked very pretty, that's quite a dress. Her bf is Michael Buble, that's him behind her.



I didn't like Evangeline Lilly's dress (I can't find a full shot of it)

And I didn't think Eddie Murphy should have won not that he wasn't good in Dreamgirls. But I think I might have picked Mark Wahlberg over him.

I think Babel will be this year's Crash and The Departed will suffer because of that.
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^^ I also thought Mark Wahlberg should have got the award.

Emily Blunt looked great. Reese looked adorable. I loved her longer hair. Beyonce did look fantastic, but I'm so tired of her.

Worst dressed for me is a tie between Sienna Miller and Vanessa Williams.
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