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Golden Globe nominees Steve Buscemi and Louis C.K. shared some love inside the Beverly Hilton Hotel International Ballroom as they waited to find out whether they’d go home winners or losers.
“Thanks, it was fun,” the comedian said sheepishly after the star of “Boardwalk Empire” complimented him on his Globe-nominated performance in “Louie.”
Buscemi was nominated for best actor in a TV drama, while C.K. was up for best actor in a TV musical or comedy.
Elsewhere in the ballroom, Kathryn Bigelow and Jodie Foster made a beeline for each other, navigating around several star-filled dinner tables to exchange greetings and a hug.
_ Sandy Cohen _ Twitter http://www.twitter.com/apsandy
As the announcer shouted out that it was time to clear the red carpet and get inside for the Golden Globes show, Anne Hathaway managed to quickly sign her name to a fan’s autograph book.
George Clooney and his fan weren’t so lucky.
The fan-friendly actor was heading toward the bleacher crowd before he was ushered inside just in time for cameras to roll.
_ Anthony McCartney _ Twitter http://www.twitter.com/mccartneyAP
A tube of lip gloss, some mascara, an iPhone and her driver’s number.
That’s all Megan Hilty of “Smash” was carrying in her golden clutch at this year’s Golden Globes.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler had even less in their itty-bitty purses. They were empty.
The ceremony’s co-hosts whipped them open and held them upside down on the red carpet for the “Today” show co-hosts before heading inside to prove nothing was weighing them down Sunday.
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