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Sunday, January 13, 2013

7 Things to Look Forward to at the Golden Globes This Weekend

By Lily Rothman

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler talk about hosting the Globes

On Sunday, Jan. 13 the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will hand out the Golden Globes to the best in television and film. The 70th annual awards are always entertaining, but with a tight race for Best Drama, two exceptionally funny hosts and the perpetually party-like atmosphere, this may be one of the best shows yet. Here’s seven reasons to get excited for the ceremony:

Amy Poehler and Tina Fey

The two comedic superstars and Saturday Night Live alums are co-hosting the awards show and have already proven they’ve got their show’s tone nailed down, as seen in promo videos like the one above. They’re likely to be less mean than Ricky Gervais but still poke pointed fun at Hollywood in their own ways. And as further proof that they’ve got the right attitude about the gig, the two already told the The Hollywood Reporter that they don’t “think anybody has to be afraid” and provided viewers with a drinking game that includes the helpful hint to drink when an actress cries.



The Clothes

Past years of Golden Globes history have brought us such delights as backless Anne Hathaway, pregnant be-flowered Natalie Portman and giant-bow Charlize Theron. What will this year have in store? The official NBC arrivals special starts at 7pm Eastern, an hour before the show begins, but E! can be counted on for a lengthier—and usually cattier—two-hour celebrity fashion funfest.

The Presenters

This year’s Golden Globes presenters will include George Clooney, Will Ferrell, Nathan Fillion, Jennifer Garner, Jennifer Lopez, Debra Messing, Jeremy Renner, Amanda Seyfried, Jason Statham, Meryl Streep, Kerry Washington and Kristen Wiig. We’re not sure any of them will try (or want) to match Robert Downey Jr.’s raunchy 2011 speech—except maybe Kristen Wiig—but we can’t wait to see what does happen.



Potential hilarity in the audience too

The Golden Globes are a rare opportunity to see celebrity awards-show-goers actually having a good time—or at least looking like they are—as they get to eat and drink. This year’s menu is, according to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which puts on the show: appetizers of grilled artichoke on frisée, a pumpkin-smoked dried tomato tart and cheese; steak and sea bass for the entré; and cappuccino mousse cake for dessert. The food will be prepared by the chefs of the Beverly Hilton and each table will feature red roses—and, more importantly, champagne from Moët et Chandon, to loosen things up and make more likely the hilarious and unpredictable moments Golden Globe viewers hope for. (Want to make your own party? The Beverly Hilton has provided recipes so you can follow along at home.)

Source: Read more at Time.com




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