Golden Globes 2012: We're Live-Blogging 'Em!

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s that time of year again when TV, movies, and alcohol come together to create a sweet symphony of tearful acceptance speeches, sumptuous couture, and hearty kudos for many of our favorite actors, writers, and directors. Yes, indeed, it’s time for the 2012 Golden Globe Awards, and we’re live-blogging ’em!

What’s that, you say? I forgot to mention the statuettes that’ll land in the wrong hands, not to mention those winners who’ll punish us with lengthy lists of lawyers/agents/parents/accountants/fellow nominees/costars/everyone they’ve ever met that they couldn’t have done it without? Not to worry, we’ll be casting a side-eye at all those moments, too. But let’s all get a little further into our Sauvignon Blanc bottles before we begin that patented brand of kvetching.

In the midst of keeping one eye on the telecast (hosted for the second straight year by Ricky Gervais, pictured) and one on my computer (no one wants me to misspell M-a-d-e-l-e-i-n-e Stowe, after all), I’ll try to pull some of your best comments into our live stream. Just don’t take offense if your witty asides and bon mots don’t make the cut; I’m not part of the Secret Circle, just a regular guy with speed-reading limitations. And with those housekeeping notes out of the way, let’s all dive into the CoverItLive module below, and at 8/7c, we’ll let the live-blogging commence!

Comments are monitored, so don’t go off topic, don’t frakkin’ curse and don’t bore us with how much your coworker’s sister-in-law makes per hour. Talk smart about TV!

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  1. Patrick says:

    I totally missed this cause I was on EW’s live blog :(

  2. Ada says:

    I don’t even get the channels that half of these tv shows are on. Terrible winners.

  3. M3rc Nate says:

    Was VERY disappointed this year with Ricky. Seemed his jokes centered on Kim Kardashian, which is the easiest most used joke possible. Not only do the celebs at the event agree, but every other celeb is talking about Kim K. He didnt push the boundaries at all, hell i felt like he was barely on the show. His last shows he had like 15 of material, he had like 3-5 minutes in the opening if that and then like 2 more minutes spread out over the rest of the show.

    Which in turn made the “celebs fighting back” even more lame and embarrassing because he wasnt a awesome Dbag this time…he had his balls cut off by NBC or something so it was like kicking a man while he was down.

    Lastly i agree, the majority of the winners were off beat shows/movies that i hadnt even heard of. Granted i just started watching Dowton Abbey and love it, which i hadnt heard of a month ago and would have “who cares” then so just cause i havent watched it doesnt mean it shouldnt win.
    But if they want viewers to be interested…i mean, talk/show/give awards to shows/movies people WATCH. Silent movies? Movies about Marilynn Manroe? A president? A lame dad? The help? Come on…who actually saw those besides critics and a few hundred thousand women? Then even more so unlike hollywood the rest of America doesnt love watching Glee and Modern family and what not win every single TV award because “they are so amazing and show gays at their best” and what not. I get it..hollywood loves hippys, gays, jews, etc. And thats amazing but constantly patting yourself on the back and giving yourself awards for it…well you wonder why the viewership gets dwindling.