Golden Globes

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We found out why the man who plays Logan Roy on "Succession" always wears shades on the red carpet.
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Appearing on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," the "Big Little Lies" star said Momoa doffing his jacket wasn't intended as a social media thirst trap.
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The 31-year-old star is the first Asian-American to win a Golden Globe Award for best actress in the musical or comedy film for her role in “The Farewell.”
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Director Ava DuVernay thanked the Critics Choice Association for "finally letting us take the stage" in an emotional speech.
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The "Fleabag" star has listed her Ralph & Russo ensemble on eBay to benefit Australian wildfire relief efforts.
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Check out what celebs were wearing on other red carpets.
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The comedian told Ellen DeGeneres on her show that she couldn't figure out what to say to the famous couple.
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"The ‘random’ checks you have to deal with when you have a Muslim name," the actor wrote on Instagram.
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Reddit users are reworking the actor's response to Ricky Gervais’ opening monologue.
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The filmmaker tweeted a picture of the two stars at a Golden Globes after-party.
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The actor showed how big his heart is with this subtle comment.
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The “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” actor and winner attended the “Morning Show” star’s birthday party last year.
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The “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” star’s acceptance speech at the awards show was very sweet ... and funny.
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"Trying to be zen," she wrote during a two-hour wait, but the tension became so unbearable that even Chrissy Teigen got involved.
Comedy
The British actor and comedian called the Facebook founder and CEO a friendless, “misguided child."
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Should we take the Golden Globes seriously when it fails to take voting seriously?
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It clicked for a lot of people during the Golden Globes that the "Booksmart" star is Hill's younger sister.
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The "Fosse/Verdon" actor gave a powerful acceptance speech on reproductive justice at the ceremony.
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The "Loudest Voice" actor was a no-show at Sunday's ceremony, while Blanchett, Ellen DeGeneres, Nicole Kidman and other stars spoke out.