Backstage at the Golden Globes: Who Said What?

You’ve already heard what this year’s Golden Globe winners said on stage as they thanked all (and sometimes all) of the people who made their gold-grab possible. But what did they each share backstage after laying claim to their shiny new statuette?

TVLine was in the press room as the newly minted winners (save for a blink-and-you-missed-him Don Cheadle) reflected on their good fortune and addressed such topics as the “gift” of grueling interrogations, comediennes who swung presidential elections and the Shakespearean nature of the Wild West.

Click through the gallery below to see what the winners had to say.

Comments (6)

  • Ahhhhh Homeland spoiler for those of us who aren’t caught up!!!!!!!!!

    Comment by Eric – January 14, 2013 12:05 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Perhaps if you put these all on one page, you would have more comments by now. :-)

    Comment by TV Gord – January 14, 2013 01:28 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Haha! Duh on the Chad Lowe thing, can’t believe I didn’t get that! Hopefully she’ll wear flats next time, I felt anxiety for her watching her shuffle to the stage in the heels, lol.

    Comment by Brittany – January 14, 2013 06:34 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Well, I’ll agree with Dunham’s self-assessment!

    Comment by Alex – January 14, 2013 06:52 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Seriously what is with the love of ‘Girls’ It is about girls my age and i honestly would hate them girls and refuse to hang round with all of them, and in comedies are you not meant to laugh? Maybe its because I am British and been made to have a job through my studies and not sponge of my parents but i personally not happy that Lena beat the other better funnier actresses in the category and well there was much competition in the comedy show category (seriously what is the HFPA’s issue with new shows or network shows?) there was enough that was funnier!

    Comment by Kate McKenna (@Katemadeleine) – January 14, 2013 10:57 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • “Shakespearean nature of the Wild West.” That makes me think of Deadwood. Deadwood was definitely a Shakespearean western with a billion curse words thrown in. I didn’t care for Hatfields and McCoys though. I just couldn’t make it past the first episode. I don’t get the love Kevin Costner has been getting for that mini-series. Lena Dunham looks uncomfortable in those photos, like she’s uncomfortable with the attention. Or maybe it’s just the heels. Someone should tell her to stand up straight and be proud of what she’s accomplished, because she is an amazing and gifted storyteller and actress.

    Comment by Britta Unfiltered – January 14, 2013 01:51 PM PDT  Reply To This Post

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