The 71st Golden Globe Awards – A Night To Remember

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January 12, 2014 was a night to remember as the 71st Golden Globe Awards were announced in which the Hollywood Foreign Press Association hands out awards for its picks of the best of film and television. It is considered to be a messy dress rehearsal for the Oscars.

But this year, it literally got messy! Just a few hours before the ceremony was set to begin a pipe burst and water sprayed onto the carpet outside the Beverly Hilton. A good portion of the red carpet became sopping wet before Beverly Hills fire officials arrived to stop the leak. Crews then moved in with wet/dry vacuums to soak up the mess. As for the awards themselves, the best men surely won!

12 Years A Slave pulled off the most important win of the night, earning Best Motion Picture (Drama).

Leonardo DiCaprio accepted the award for Best Actor In A Motion Picture (Comedy Or Musical) for his role in The Wolf of Wall Street.  This is Leonardo’s second Golden Globe for best actor in a comedy or musical category.

Matthew McConaughey won the Best Actor In A Drama for Dallas Buyers Club, while Cate Blanchett was handed the Best Actress Statute In A Movie Drama Category for the Woody Allen flick, Blue Jasmine.

Writer and director Spike Jonze won Best Screenplay for critical darling Her and Jared Leto, won the Best Supporting Actor for his role as a transvestite in Dallas Buyers Club. After picking up both the New York Film Critics and L.A. Film Critics prizes, this win could mean that chances are good that the once-retired Let and he could very well be on track for an Oscar.

A tearful Amy Adams beat Meryl Streep for Best Actress In A Comedy for her role in American Hustle. Bryan Cranston was in for a surprise as she was announced the winner in the Best Actor Category In A TV Series for his starring role in Breaking Bad which also won the in he Best TV Drama Series.

Jennifer Lawrence, who arrived at the ceremony wearing a white, blousy dressy, took her first big award as she was announced the winner for The Best Supporting Actress for American Hustle.

The star of Blue Jasmine Cate Blanchett, who arrived wearing an elegant, cap-sleeved black lace gown, was nominated for Best Actress In A Drama Series. She had stiff competition with Sandra Bullock for her role in Gravity, as well as Kate Winslet, Judi Dench and Emma Thompson but then was ecstatic when she was announced the winner.

Here is the List Of Winners:

FILM:

Best Motion Picture (Drama): 12 Years A Slave

Best Motion Picture (Comedy Or Musical): American Hustle

Best Performance By An Actress In A Motion Picture (Drama): Cate Blanchett for Blue Jasmine

Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture (Drama): Matthew McConaughey for Dallas Buyers Club

Best Performance By An Actress An A Motion Picture (Comedy Or Musical): Amy Adams for American Hustle

Best Performance By An Actor In A Motion Picture (Comedy Or Musical): Christian Bale for American Hustle

Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In A Motion Picture: Jennifer Lawrence for American Hustle

Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role In A Motion Picture: Jared Leto for Dallas Buyers Club

Best Director – Motion Picture: Alfonso Cuaron for Gravity

Best Screenplay – Motion Picture: Spike Jonze for Her

Best Original Score – Motion Picture: All Is Lost

Best Original Song – Motion Picture: Ordinary Love from Mandela, U2

Best Animated Feature Film: Frozen Best

Foreign Language Film: The Great Beauty (Italy)

TELEVISION

Best Television Series (Drama): Breaking Bad

Best Television Series (Comedy Or Musical): Brooklyn Nine-Nine Best

Performance By An Actress In A Television Series (Drama): Robin Wright for House Of Cards

Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series (Drama): Bryan Cranston for Breaking Bad

Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series (Musical or Comedy): Amy Poehler for Parks And Recreation

Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series (Musical or Comedy): Andy Samberg for Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Best Miniseries Or Motion Picture Made for Television: Behind The Candelabra

Best Performance By An Actress In A Miniseries or Motion Picture Made For Television: Elisabeth Moss for Top Of the Lake

Best Performance By An Actor In A Miniseries Or Motion Picture Made For Television: Michael Douglas for Behind The Candelabra

Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In A Series, Miniseries Or Motion Picture Made For Television: Jacqueline Bisset for Dancing On The Edge

Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role In A Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made For Television: Jon Voight for Ray Donovan

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