Last night's Golden Globes included exciting wins, funny jokes, and great looks. Ricky Gervais opened the show with a beer and some harsh jokes, but he also did a great job of introducing guests and keeping the show moving along. Early highlights of the evening included Christian Bale's win for The Fighter and a very touching speech by Glee's Chris Colfer. Annette Bening was thankful to her fabulous cast and called her onscreen partner Julianne Moore a "class act." She closed her speech with an adorable shout-out to her husband Warren Beatty, who won the Golden Globe for most promising actor in 1962. Although The Tourist didn't take home any big awards, Johnny Depp got plenty of camera time thanks to his two nominations. Also, throughout the night we saw Angelina fixing Brad's bow tie, applying a fresh coat of lipstick, and leaning back into her man's arms.
Natalie Portman took home the best actress award for Black Swan and thanked her parents, her fiancé Benjamin Millepied and her co-star Mila "sweet lips" Kunis. Matt Damon did his best Robert De Niro impressions when he presented him with the Cecil B. DeMille award. Michael Douglas received a standing ovation when he took the stage to present best drama. He was touched with the crowd and joked, "There's got to be an easier way to get a standing ovation. Thank you all very much. I'm really very, very happy to be here tonight."
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