Hollywood must be in a tizz as stars of the big and small screens have literally just found out who is nominated for a Golden Globe award - or many! The announcements were made by a stunning Katie Holmes and a dapper Josh Dhumel, but that's just the beginning of the glamour - this year's red carpet looks set to be the glitziest yet as A-listers including Natalie Portman, Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp are all being recognised.
The King’s Speech, starring the brit actor Colin Firth, received the lion's share of nominations, including Best Motion Picture, Best Actor – Drama, Best Actress – Drama for Helena Bonham Carter and Best Director for Tom Hooper. Ballet drama Black Swan was hot on its heels with four nods, including Best Motion Picture – Drama, Best Actress – Drama for Natalie Portman, Best Supporting Actress for Mila Kunis and Best Director for Darren Aronofsky.
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Other celebrities who scored nominations include Michelle Williams (Best Actress – Drama) and Ryan Gosling (Best Actor – Drama), both for Blue Valentine, Jessie Eisenberg (Best Actor – Drama) for The Social Network, James Franco (Best Actor – Drama) for 127 Hours, Angelina Jolie (Best Actress – Comedy or Musical) for The Tourist, Emma Stone (Best Actress –Comedy or Musical) for Easy A, Anne Hathaway (Best Actress –Comedy or Musical) and Jake Gyllenhaal (Best Actor - Comedy or Musical) for Love and Other Drugs.
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And the multi-talented Johnny Depp has managed the impossible - he's going head-to-head with himself in the Best Actor – Musical or Comedy category for his roles in Alice in Wonderland and The Tourist!
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Meanwhile, TV hotties John Hamm (Mad Men) and Michael C Hall (Dexter) will go against each other in the Best TV Actor category alongside House’s Hugh Laurie, Boardwalk Empire’s Steve Buscemi and Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston.
And the cast of Glee will be delighted for their second nomination for Best TV series – Comedy or Musical.
Phew. May the best of the best win!
The Golden Globes will take place on Sunday January 16th. Check back for all the winners and dresses!
By Maria Milano
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