Though she didn't perform on stage -- aside from that comic acceptance speech -- Adele pretended to serenade reporters with her trophy for best original song, "Skyfall." Better than nothing.
Ben Affleck Is Serious
Nope. Not even at the Warner Bros. afterparty was Affleck very smiley.
Ben Affleck Is Not Impressed
Move over McKaylaMaroney. Ben Affleck is not impressed.
He was, of course, jovial on about winning two Golden Globes, for best director and best motion picture drama. But backstage, and on the red carpet, he was less than all smiles. But who could blame him? The Argo director and star fielded countless questions about his Academy snub, which were all gracefully deflected.
Damian Lewis Has A Moment
The Homeland star took home the award as part of the Showtime drama's sweep, and had a few very intimate moments with his Globe. After such a tough season as Sgt. Brody, he deserved it.
Lewis Loves Gold
After the staredown, the smooch.
Girls Get Their Hands On The Globe
Not only did Lena Dunham win for best actress in a comedy/music, the HBO series Girls won best comedy TV show, period. Here, co-stars Allison Williams and Zosia Mamet get in on the Globe-touchin' action.
Mark Andrews is Brave
The director of the Pixar film Brave struck a few tough poses at his after party, warning all comers that, like main character Merida, he doesn't give up what's his easily. Not that anyone was trying to take it from him, of course.
Andrews Gets Animated
You don't have to be a 3D cartoon to take to the air, Mark Andrews was probably saying to himself.
Mychael Danna Smooches Hard
The composer for Life of Pi made clear that he loves this Golden Globe. A lot.
Ty Burrell and Julie Bowen: Fake Couple, Real Kiss
The married center of Modern Family, Ty Burrell and Julie Bowen aren't really tied in a beautiful union of love and commitment. Still, after spending so much time pretending to do so, it must have been natural to trade a kiss after the show.
Jodie Foster Walks Like an Egyptian
One of the night's biggest stars, Jodie Foster gave a stirring speech that semi-addressed her sexuality, bringing the crowd to its feet and welled up with tears. Afterward, she pretended to be a dancing pharaoh.
Anne Hathaway and Amanda Seyfried, Party Animals
Anne Hathaway gave an immense thank you speech for her supporting actress win, and then came back on stage when Les Miserables won best picture, comedy/musical. She clearly enjoyed her night. Trailing behind is her on-screen daughter, Amanda Seyfried. Moms are so embarrassing.
Hugh Jackman, Happy Person
Another Les Miserables winner, for best actor in a motion picture musical/comedy, Jackman was clearly jacked up. After such a depressing role and hard work, you can't blame him.
Jay Leno Shows Jimmy Fallon the Ropes
One day, Jimmy Fallon will probably take over for Jay Leno as host of the Tonight Show. Probably not any time soon, though.
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