• Inside Bill Clinton’s Golden Globes Appearance

    President Clinton at the Golden Globes. (Paul Drinkwater/NBC)

    You can count on the Golden Globes to deliver a few surprises every year, from a breakout star beating out the surefire favorite for a best actress award to a cringe-worthy “Did he really just say that?” joke. But this year, one presenter took the cake for best (and biggest!) surprise of the show – President Bill Clinton.

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    For those that missed Jodie Foster’s incredible speech, here is the transcript of what she told the audience after winning the Cecil B. DeMille award:

    "Well, for all of you 'SNL' fans, I’m 50! I’m 50! You know, I need to do that without this dress on, but you know, maybe later at Trader Vic’s, boys and girls. What do you say? I’m 50! You know, I was going to bring my walker tonight but it just didn’t go with the cleavage. Robert [Downey Jr.], I want to thank you for everything: for your bat-crazed, rapid-fire brain, the sweet intro. I love you and Susan and I am so grateful that you continually talk me off the ledge when I go on and foam at the mouth and say, 'I’m done with acting, I’m done with acting, I’m really done, I’m done, I’m done.’ Trust me, 47 years in the film business is a long time. You just ask those Golden Globes, because you crazy kids, you’ve been around here forever. You know, Phil you’re a nut, Aida, Scott — thank you for honoring me tonight. It is the most fun party of the year, and tonight I feel like the prom queen. Thank you. Looking at all those clips, you know, the hairdos and the freaky platform shoes, it’s like a home-movie nightmare that just won’t end, and all of these people sitting here at these tables, they’re my family of sorts, you know. Fathers mostly. Executives, producers, the directors, my fellow actors out there, we’ve giggled through love scenes, we’ve punched and cried and spit and vomited and blown snot all over one another — and those are just the costars I liked.

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    The 70th Golden Globes were a good night for superheroes, supervillains, morally ambiguous figures who walk both sides of the superhero/supervillain fence, and even a real-life superhero. This year's acting awards run the entire gamut.

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  • 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.

    HIGH: ‘Saturday Night Live’ vets are still funny on Sunday

    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

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    Well, here's something you don't see every year.

    The winner of the Golden Globe for Best Director often foreshadows who will win the Oscar for Best Director. This year, the winner of the Golden Globe for Best Director of a Motion Picture went to someone who's not even nominated for an Oscar in the same category.

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    "That was the husband of Hillary Clinton!"

    We were as surprised as co-host Amy Poehler when none other than former U.S. President Bill Clinton took the Golden Globes stage to introduce a film about another former U.S. President, "Lincoln."

    So how did it come about that a man who was Commander-in-Chief of the United States of America for eight years showed up at the Beverly Hilton on Sunday night, much to the delight of the audience of Hollywood elite? Apparently being pals with "Lincoln" director Steven Spielberg has something to do with it.

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  • What You Didn’t See at the Golden Globes

    Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner. (Alberto Rodriguez/NBC)By now you’ve seen the stars dish on their designer looks on the red carpet and dole out their thank yous from the stage at the Golden Globes. But there were plenty of memorable moments you didn’t see on the air. Read on to get the inside scoop from behind-the-scenes (and in the bathroom!) at the Beverly Hills Hilton.

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  • Golden Globes stars stun in similar gowns

    Jennifer Lawrence and Zooey Deschanel, both up for Best Actress in their respective film and television divisions, donned strikingly similar gowns at the 70th Annual Golden Globes Awards. Both actresses looked ravishing in red, with Lawrence decked out in a Dior Haute Couture creation and Deschanel opting for Oscar de la Renta. Fashion critics gave rave reviews to both women for their selections, and there were subtle touches that set them apart. Lawrence's gown was belted at the waist, and Deschanel paired her dress with pearls.

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    And although Jennifer looked stunning and walked away with a statuette for Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy for her work in "Silver Linings Playbook" and dazzled in the gown, Deschanel also takes home an award for best dressed. Deschanel made the dress look her own, by picking the pearls and perfecting the retro-glam look she is known for. She even topped the look off with a custom,

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    If there was a major award to be won for her role as Sarah Palin in the HBO movie "Game Change" -- about Palin's role in the 2008 presidential election -- Julianne Moore has now officially won them all.

    Moore won the Best Actress Golden Globe for Best Performance in a Miniseries or Television Film Sunday night, adding to a round-up of statues that includes the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie Emmy, and Best Movie/Miniseries Actress honors at the Critics' Choice Television Awards, as well as a Best Miniseries or Television Film Golden Globe and Outstanding Miniseries or Movie Emmy for the film.

    "This was one of my favorite jobs ever," Moore said in her acceptance speech. "And I'd like to give a shout out to two people who I think made a significant difference in the 2008 election, Tina Fey and Katie Couric."

    In fact, "Game Change" -- which debuted on HBO on March 10, 2012 -- has been one of the biggest awards show success stories of the last year, winning a total of

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  • Jennifer Lawrence shot to worldwide fame in “The Hunger Games” and just won a Golden Globe for “Silver Linings Playbook.” But you might not know that, like many big Hollywood stars before her, Lawrence’s first big break came on the small screen.

    Back in 2007, a 16-year-old Lawrence scored her first major role on the TBS family comedy “The Bill Engvall Show.” (In fact, she had no real acting training before landing the gig.) The sitcom centered on Blue Collar Comedy Tour veteran Engvall, but Lawrence turned heads as Bill’s eldest daughter, Lauren; she even won a Young Artist Award for Outstanding Young Performer in a TV Series. (Wonder if she’ll still have room for that award on her mantle after this year’s Oscars.)

    [ Photo: Lawrence in the "Bill Engvall Show" ]

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