We already gushed over the cute couples on yesterday's sun-soaked red carpet, so now it's time to look at the single stars who also brightened up the Golden Globes! Whether these actresses just split from their longtime loves or have enjoyed the single life for a while, they proved that you don't need a date by your side to shine.
The 2011 Golden Globes kick off tomorrow, but the stars lucky enough to take a tour through the gifting lounge got to take home one sweet cell phone. Called the Mobiato Professional, this phone is encrusted with 209 carats of crystals on the back and sides, stainless steel buttons and frames, along with a sturdy aluminum anodized frame.
You'd think that with all this bling that Mobiado would spring for some powerful internal goods as well. The GSM and WCDMA bands make it great for globetrotting, but unfortunately the single 2MP camera and 1GB of internal memory does not mesh with my photo-taking, video-recording, and music-jamming life. I don't know how much this baby costs, but I think I'll stick with my trusty iPhone for now.
The Golden Globe Awards are just days away, and Hollywood is gearing up for one of its biggest nights of the year. A-list stars from TV and film will be out for Sunday's star-studded show, and so will we — follow us on Twitter for all the latest! Buzz already made their predictions of who will win, but we're still rooting for a few of our favorite underdog nominees. Angelina Jolie earned a surprise nomination for The Tourist while Blue Valentine stars Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams both have uphill battles in their categories. Jake Gyllenhaal would be fun to see accepting for Love and Other Drugs. Easy A's Emma Stone may be a long shot, but the first-time nominee is in good company with her Spider-Man costar Andrew Garfield, who was also recognized for his supporting role in The Social Network. Don't forget to fill out your ballot and tell us — which underdog will you be rooting for this weekend?
When the Golden Globe nominees were announced last month, we celebrated some of our favorite nominated TV characters by taking their advice. Peggy Olson told us how to make a great cocktail; Glee's Rachel Berry told us being anonymous was worse than being poor. To get ready for Sunday's show, it's time to check out the words of wisdom from the movie characters that garnered nominations this year. Enjoy and beware semi-spoilers ahead!
While I’m not a big proponent of gambling, I don’t see anything wrong with small wagers between friends and family. And with the Golden Globes around the corner, why not make things interesting and save time and energy by putting chores on the line? For example, I bet my man dirty dishes that underdog Black Swan will win for best picture. With 20 to 1 odds (or +2,000 in betting lingo) given by online Vegas sports books, if the dark thriller and highly unfavored bet jetés to victory, I win 20 instances of dishwashing from him! For more Golden Globes odds and how it works, click away.
Alexander Skarsgard and Zac Efron joined stars from Glee and Modern Family last night for Audi and J. Mendel's pre-Golden Globes party in LA. Zac was rolling solo at the bash despite being seen making out with Vanessa Hudgens on Friday, but he was spotted dancing with Brittany Snow and Sophia Bush to Beyoncé's "Single Ladies" at one point. The evening capped off a busy weekend for Hollywood as award season gains steam. Saturday's Palm Springs International Film Festival awards gala was also a popular draw for several A-listers like Natalie Portman, Ben Affleck, and Jake Gyllenhaal.