Best Motion Picture Drama – Avatar
Best Actor In A Motion Picture Drama- Jeff Bridges – Crazy Heart
Best Actor In A Motion Picture Comedy/Musical- Robert Downey Jr. – Sherlock Holmes
Best Actress In A Motion Picture Drama – Sandra Bullock – The Blind Side
Best Motion Picture Musical/Comedy – The Hangover
Best TV Show Comedy/Musical – Glee
Best Director Motion Picture – James Cameron – Avatar
Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture: Christoph Waltz – Inglorious Basterds
Best Actress In A TV Drama/Movie – Chloe Sevigny – Big Love
Best TV Series Drama – Mad Men
Best Foreign Film – The White Ribbon
Best Supporting Actor TV Comedy/Musical – Alec Baldwin – 30 Rock
Best Screenplay Motion Picture – Jason Reitman – Up In The Air
Best Actress TV Movie/Mini Series – Drew Barrymore – Grey Gardens
Best Actor In A TV Movie/Mini Series – Kevin Bacon – Taking Change
Best Actress In A Motion Picture Comedy/Musical – Meryl Streep – Julie & Julia.
Best Mini-Series Or TV Movie: HBO’s Grey Gardens
Best Musical Score In A Motion Picture – Michael Giacchino – UP
Best Original Song In A Motion Picture – The Weary Kind (Theme from Crazy Heart) (written by Ryan Bingham,
T Bone Burnett)
Best Acress In A TV Drama – Julianna Margulies – The Good Wife
Best Actor In A Television Series Or Drama – Michael C. Hall – Dexter
Best Animated Feature Film: UP
Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series Or Drama: John Lithgow – Dexter
Best Actress In A Television Series Musical/Comedy: Toni Collette – The United States Of Tara
Best Supporting Actress In A Motion Picture: Monique – Precious
As the January rain drizzled down outside the Beverly Hilton Hotel, inside there was a festive and electric atmosphere as the stars enjoyed the 2010 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards Show.
Hosted by British funnyman and comic genius Ricky Gervais, the star studded show – broadcast in 160 countries worldwide – honors the cream of the American TV and movie worlds, and is a favorite of the awards season for many.
With the booze flowing and the relaxed party atmosphere the A-listers always seem to be more relaxed han at any of the other shows.
The nominations, which were announced by Justin Timberlake, John Krasinski and Diane Kruger on December 15th, included all the favorites and hits of the past year.
Hit new show Glee made a first time appearance alongside awards season TV staples such as 30 Rock,Mad Men, The Office and House.
Movies also included all the smash hits from 2009 – leading the nominations was George Clooney‘s Up In The Air along with Nine, Avatar, The Hurt Locker, Inglorious Basterds and Precious.
RadarOnline.com is live blogging at the Globes bringing you all the winners and losers as they are announced along with all the show’s highlights.
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