Julia Louis Dreyfus stood patiently in line for the restroom, as did Emily Blunt and Jane Lynch.
It’s worth the wait: The place also doubles as a courtesy ER for beauty fixes.
Hair stylists and makeup artists keep busy there throughout the evening with curling irons and blush brushes.
Most big-name stars bypass the services, however. Apparently their glow is natural.
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“No. Not really. I think it stands for itself and it’s an expression of who I am and what I’m thinking and feeling.” _ Jodie Foster, on whether she felt her speech at the Golden Globe Awards would lead to more speculation about her personal life.
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The Golden Globes’ shrewdest choices may not have had anything to do with those nominated for awards.
At midpoint in Sunday’s broadcast, Amy Poehler and Tina Fey were poised to be the night’s big winners for their roles as co-hosts.
Poehler had promised not to be “edgy or offensive tonight,” as past host Ricky Gervais had been in many viewers’ eyes.
“Because as Ricky learned the hard way, when you run afoul of the Hollywood Foreign Press, they make you host this show two more times,” Poehler said.
She and Fey weren’t edgy or offensive. Just charming, irreverent and hilarious.
That should be grounds for having to host the Globes two more times _ at least.View Entire Story
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