What you need to know so far:
- 12 Years a Slave is Best Motion Picture (Drama.)
- American Hustle is Best Motion Picture (Comedy/Musical).
- Cate Blanchett is Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama for Blue Jasmine.
- Leonardo DiCaprio is Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical for Wolf of Wall Street.
- Alfonso Cuaron wins Best Director for Gravity.
- Jared Leto is Best Supporting Actor for Dallas Buyers Club.
- Amy Adams is best Actress in a Comedy or Musical.
- Jennifer Lawrence won Best Supporting Actress form American Hustle.
- Bryan Cranston wins Best Actor in a Drama Series for Breaking Bad.
3.00pm (8.00pm in LA): That’s all, folks!
As Tina Fey so eloquently said: “This was the beautiful mess we hoped it would be.”
2.59pm (7.59pm in LA): 12 Years a Slave beats Gravity for Best Motion Picture (drama).
2.55pm (7.55pm in LA): Matthew McConaughey wins Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama for Dallas Buyers Club.
Thanks his wife, Camila Alves, for “Kicking my butt out the door and saying ‘GO GET IT, my king!'”
2.48pm (7.48pm in LA): CATE WINS!
Go, Aussie, go! The ever-graceful Cate Blanchett won Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama for Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine.
“I went to Magic Castle with my kids this morning and I thought THAT was weird,” said Blanchett of her win. She then wondered aloud whether people at home could hear the music cutting her off, “Or do they just think we are having a panic attack?”
2.37pm (7.37pm in LA): American Hustle wins Best Motion Picture (Comedy/Musical).
2.27pm (7.27pm in LA): Leonardo DiCaprio wins Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical for Wolf of Wall Street.
Leo admits he’s pretty surprised to win an award for a comedy role and thanks his Mum. Such a gentleman.
2.18pm (7.18pm in LA): Alfonso Cuaron wins Best Director for Gravity.
Thanked Sandra Bullock for not quitting after “I said ‘Sandra I’m going to give you herpes,’ when I really meant ‘Sandra I’m going to give you an earpiece.'”
2.12pm (7.12pm in LA): Diane Keaton honours Woody Allen, then breaks out into song.
1.57pm (6.57pm in LA): Host Amy Poehler wins Best Actress in a Television Comedy for Parks and Recreation.
Cameras cut to her getting a massage from Bono, then kissing him, before running to the stage and saying “I never win anything like this!”
1.48pm (6.48pm in LA): Michael Douglas wins Best Actor Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV for “Behind the Candelabra”.
He thanked Catherine Zeta-Jones. Hmmm.
1.30pm (6.30pm in LA): Emma Thompson wins best presenter of the night.
The English actress emerged with shoes in one hand and a cocktail in the other, cutting off the crowd cheers with a firm “Stop it.” She then proceeded to tell everyone that the red on the soles of her Christian Louboutin shoes represented her blood. “Where’s the envelope?” she asked before throwing her shoes to the floor but keeping her cocktail. What a woman.
Emma Thompson is EVERYTHING. pic.twitter.com/jHWySI4FRA
— People magazine (@peoplemag) January 13, 2014
1.20pm (6.20pm in LA): Jared Leto wins Best Supporting Actor for Dallas Buyers Club.
Leto stars as a transvestite suffering from AIDS in the film, and told the audience he didn’t use any prosthetics and shaved all the hair from his body.
1.16pm (6.16pm in LA): Meet Mr Golden Globe, Tina Fey’s “adult son from a previous relationship”, Randy aka Amy Poehler. Poehler came on in a Justin Bieber wig and played bratty teenager to Fey’s strict mother. “Jacqueline Bisset is backstage bothering me,” Poehler complained, after asking Miss Golden Globe, Sosie Bacon, “Your name’s Sosie…what are you, the Olympics?” – a Sochi Winter Olympics reference.
1.07pm (6.07pm in LA): Amy Adams wins for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical
An emotional Adams complains that “I always cry when I’m not supposed to and when a director asks me to cry I can’t. It sucks.” She told the audience that this was her fifteenth anniversary of moving to LA thinking “maybe I’ll get a commercial or something,” and thanked her manager for believing in her. Finally, she thanked her daughter, Aviana, as the music began to play her off: “She’s not old enough to understand this…I love you so much.”
12.56pm (5.56pm in LA): U2 win Best Original Song for “Ordinary Love” from Mandela
…And admit that Chris Martin helped them a lot with putting the song together. Martin is clearly not a competitive person – his band Coldplay was also nominated in that category for their song “Atlas” in The Hunger Games.
12.44pm (5.44pm in LA): Breaking Bad wins for Best Drama Series. Aaron Paul’s acceptance speech? “Yeah B*tch.”
May have overtaken Jacqueline Bisset for best speech of the night.
12.38pm (5.38pm in LA): Crowd favourite Bryan Cranston wins Best Actor in a Drama Series for Breaking Bad.
In his speech, Cranston thanked the show’s creator and a “very courageous” AMC network. “This is such a lovely way to say goodbye to a show that meant so much to me,” the actor said of the award.”
12.35pm (5.35pm in LA): Margot Robbie and Jonah Hill struggle with the teleprompter
Someone’s getting fired! Robbie and Hill recovered gracefully by reading the results from a piece of paper.
12.26pm (5.26pm in Los Angeles): Elisabeth Moss wins Best Actress in a TV Movie, Series, or Miniseries for Top of the Lake Immediately says “s**t!” and admits that she knows what Jennifer Lawrence was talking about with the whole shaking thing.
12.19pm (5.19pm in Los Angeles): Jacqueline Bisset wins Best Supporting Actress in a TV Movie, Series, or Miniseries, and loses the plot. Worst speech ever? Or brilliant show-stealer? The flustered actress won for her performance in Dancing on the Edge.
12.15pm (5.15pm in Los Angeles): Jennifer Lawrence wins Best Supporting Actress for American Hustle.
In her speech, she thanks David O’Russell for shaping her career, panics and says “I’m so terrified. It’s obviously a good thing. I’m shaking so much. Don’t ever do this again.”
12.10pm (5.10pm in Los Angeles): Amy Poehler and Tina Fey nail the opening monologue.
On Matt Damon: “Any other night you would be a big deal but tonight you’re basically just a garbage person.”
Amy Poehler: “Amy Poehler is here tonight, let’s see her!” (Cuts to shot of Jennifer Lawrence) “Radiant!”
Julia Louis-Dreyfus wearing sunglasses, smoking an electronic cigarette and rejecting Reese Witherspoon’s request for a selfie.
On Gravity: “A film about how George Clooney would rather float off into space and die than spend another minute with a woman his own age.”
On Wolf of Wall Street: “If I wanted to see Jonah Hill masturbate at a pool party, I would go to one of Jonah Hill’s pool parties.”
Tina Fey: “Masters of Sex is the degree I got from Boston College.”
Tina Fey: “We will have the show done in three hours or, as Martin Scorsese calls it, Act One.”
12.00pm (5.00pm in Los Angeles): And we’re off! Tune into Fox 8 for the Golden Globe Awards live. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler have already made a Lee Daniels joke.
11.30am (4.30pm in Los Angeles): Jennifer Lawrence and Taylor Swift bonding Jennifer Lawrence (in Dior) crept up behind Taylor Swift (cue the gifs) and then the two discussed their mutual love for one another. “I freaked out over the CMA’s” Lawrence told Ryan Seacrest, “I sent her (Taylor) a text message like 6 pages long.” J. Law then proceeded to drop her expensive bracelet on the floor (accidentally, of course).
11.21am (4.21pm in Los Angeles): J.Law is here! Everyone’s favourite star has arrived in a white strapless gown and emerald earrings.
11.07am (4.07pm in Los Angeles): Cate the great Australia’s biggest hope for a Globe (and an Oscar!), Cate Blanchett, looks positively regal in Armani. After speaking to Rya Seacrest, she is caught saying “I hated every second of that interview” out loud. Love that sass.
Cate Blanchett just said, “I hated every second of that interview (with Ryan Seacrest).” Out loud. Geez, she rules. — Jordan C Wellin (@JordanWellin) January 13, 2014
11.04am (4.04pm in Los Angeles): Pregnant Kerry Washington dresses her bump in Balenciaga
10.45am (3.45pm in Los Angeles): The hosts have arrived! Amy Poehler told E! of her and Tina Fey’s hosting gig, “There are really big stars here…we are starstruck but you get over that pretty quick.” Here comes the roast and toast.
10.05am (3.05pm in Los Angeles): The stars have started arriving Zooey Deschanel is in pastel Oscar de la Renta and Hayden Panettiere is wearing Tom Ford for the first time.
9.58am (2.58pm in Los Angeles): The winners envelopes have arrived and up-and-comer Lupita Nyong’o hits the carpet in flawless Ralph Lauren.
9.30 am (2.28pm in Los Angeles): The stars get ready While Enough Said star Julia Louis-Dreyfus gives her social media followers an insight into a day in the life of the Golden Globes, E! Fashion Police host Kelly Osbourne has already had a wardrobe malfunction and Zooey Deschanel has nailed her nail art.
— zooey deschanel (@ZooeyDeschanel) January 12, 2014
9.19am (2.19pm in Los Angeles): Red carpet flood causes soggy start
The show hasn’t even begun and disaster has struck with a mini-flood shutting down the red carpet. It is reported that a camera light activated a fire sprinkler. As Ryan Seacrest pointed it, this spells bad news for long gowns.
— Ryan Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) January 12, 2014