Last night’s “Golden Globes” were about as an entertaining as an awards show can be, probably due to the fact that the majority of those were drinking a copious amount of beverages that were not apple juice.
Since this is a music blog, I’ll just stick with the music highlights which included a surprising victory for Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes frontman Alex Ebert who would be so much cuter if he didn’t look a homeless drifter.
Alex earned the Best Original Score trophy for his work on screen legend Robert Redford’s film All Is Lost.
Upon picking up his award, Alex had the good fortune to be greeted by the one and only P. Diddy who informed the audience that Ebert “was on a boat with me partying in St. Barts. And now here we are together!”
I’m always down to party on a boat with you, Diddy!
Diddy then tried to share his “Diddyness” with Bono, who came to the stage to pick up U2’s award for Best Orignal Song, but Bono wasn’t having any of it.
That’s a diss if I ever saw one.
The band earned the award for the song “Ordinary Love” which was featured in the film Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom.
Bono was willing to share an intimate moment with “Globes” co-host Amy Poehler, who won the Best Actress in a TV Series, Musical or Comedy award for her hilarious work on “Parks and Recreation.”
Amy and fellow co-host Tina Fey did an incredible job as hosts yet again, even though Tina rekindled her feud with Taylor Swift by telling Amy, “There’s a special place in hell for you” a reference to the remark Taylor made after Tina made fun of her at last year’s awards.
So much drama in the Beverly Hilton!
I also have to congratulate 30 Seconds to Mars frontman Jared Leto who took home best supporting actor honors for his stunning work in Dallas Buyers Club.
Such a cray cray night!
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