The 70th Annual Golden Globes broadcast on Sunday night was filled with a lot of laughs, many emotional moments, and some unbelievable technical glitches. Here is our breakdown of the show’s best and worst moments.
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Former “Weekend Update” anchors Tina Fey and Amy Poehler made an outstanding pair in their first time as co-hosts. They didn’t hold back, lobbing pointed barbs at James Cameron and James Franco in their opening monologue, but they didn’t come off as mean-spirited as previous host Ricky Gervais. They even took their act off the stage, showing up in disguise as fake nominees and then hamming it up with Jennifer Lopez and George Clooney when they faced each other in the Best Actress in a TV Comedy category.
The hosts’ fellow “SNL” comrades Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig also got huge laughs with their slack-jawed presentation of the nominees for Best Actress in a Comedy (though a cutaway to a stone-faced Tommy Lee Read More »from Golden Globes highs and lows: Great hosts, bad production