All the Moments You Didn’t See on TV
They don’t call the Globes the wildest awards show for nothing! See how the stars turned it on before the telecast
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Photo bomb alert! Modern Family’s Jesse Tyler Ferguson gets a crash course in New Girl antics from its star (and best comedy actress nominee) Zooey Deschanel at the Golden Globes.
Parks and Recreation star Nick Offerman (whose show is nominated for best comedy series) stands at attention on the Globes red carpet just feet away from his equally funny wife, Megan Mullally.
No tears here! Newly single Kelly Osbourne proves she’s never been happier before hitting the red carpet for E!’s pre-show coverage.
Presenter Amber Heard shows off her sexy stems for Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
Check out my hot wife! Director-producer Judd Apatow (whose show Girls is up for best comedy series) proudly plays paparazzo to wife Leslie Mann.
Someone’s excited about his show’s nomination for best comedy series! Modern Family star Rico Rodriguez jumps for joy on the red carpet.
Forget rolling out the red carpet for Golden Globes host , she’ll just roll out her dress while posing with co-host Amy Poehler before the comedy duo kicked off the awards show.
Talk about using your body language! Does best drama actress nominee and presenter Emma Thompson have a good story to tell best drama actor nominee and his wife Camila on the red carpet? Looks like it.
Best supporting actress winner (for American Hustle) shares a laugh with pregnant star and presenter .
Someone’s got a secret! What else can we expect from Scandal star and best actress nominee Kerry Washington? She shows off her buzzed-about baby bump while whispering with presenter Christoph Waltz.
American Horror Story: Coven stars Lily Rabe and Sarah Paulson go gaga over American Hustle best actress winner on the red carpet.
Presenter Jonah Hill (who hilariously improvised a few lines thanks to a teleprompter glitch) and best supporting actor nominee Michael Fassbender (12 Years a Slave) are a dapper duo.