Golden Globes Reaction With ET's Nancy O'DellEntertainment Tonight's Nancy O'Dell reacts to a memorable night at the Golden Globes.
Oprah's Speech, #MeToo Movement Highlight Golden GlobesWith a red carpet dyed black by actresses dressed in a color-coordinated statement, the Golden Globes were transformed into an A-list expression of female empowerment in the post-Harvey Weinstein era. Oprah Winfrey led the charge.
Golden Globes Roll Out Red Carpet Amid Shadow Of Sex Scandals The Golden Globes, once the stomping grounds of Harvey Weinstein, will belong to someone else this year.
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Trump Calls Streep 'Overrated Actress' After Globes SpeechMeryl Streep said that "when the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose."
'La La Land' Leads Golden Globe NominationsDamien Chazelle's Los Angeles musical "La La Land" sang and danced its way to a leading seven Golden Globes nominations, with Barry Jenkins' celebrated coming-of-age tale "Moonlight" close on its heels with six nods.
4 Things To Know: Gas Prices Keep Dropping, David Bowie's Death & MoreFrom falling gas prices to remembering both David Bowie and Natalie Cole, here are the four stories to know for Monday, Jan. 11.
Golden Globes To Offer A Galaxy Of Stars, If Not The ForceThe 73rd annual Golden Globes will hope its assemblage of Hollywood stars, from Jennifer Lawrence to Leonardo DiCaprio, will be enough to offset the absence of a different kind of star.
Sam Smith, Wiz Khalifa Earn Golden Globe Nominations For Best SongAlso nominated: Brian Wilson for his biopic, and Ellie Goulding for "50 Shades of Gray."
'Carol,' 'Spotlight,' 'The Big Short' Lead Golden GlobesStreaming series from Netflix, Amazon and Hulu dominated the TV awards.
4 Things To Know: Terror Suspect Arrested, No Child Left Behind, Vikings & MoreFrom the arrest of a 10th terror suspect in Minnesota to the race for the Golden Globes, here's a look at the top stories for December 10, 2015.
'Boyhood' Tops Globes; 'Grand Budapest' Upsets 'Birdman'The Golden Globes inched closer to legitimacy in its 72nd show, giving awards not just to A-List celebrities, but to the edgier productions that unequivocally deserved recognition, including "Boyhood," ''The Grand Budapest Hotel," and "Birdman."