Golden Globes Red Carpet 2015 on E!: Best, Worst and Most Unintentionally Ridiculous Moments

Golden Globes Red Carpet

No animals were harmed in the making of E!’s 2015 Golden Globes Red Carpet coverage — not that we know of, anyhow — but George and Amal Clooney, Sophie Turner and Benedict Cumberbatch all got disrespected in some form or another.

Don’t cry for them, though, award-show junkies. There’s always celebrity collateral damage when Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic preside over a live-interview situation.

In fact, we gathered the 10 most “Gah!”-inducing moments from the 2015 festivities — including a trouser-snake double entendre, a brilliant bit of side-eye and a “Whoa, (she had a) baby!” interlude.

So click through the gallery below for our full lineup, then hit the comments with your feelings about the red-carpet show — and any groaners we might’ve missed!

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. Angela says:

    George and Amal IMO seemed uncomfortable with the drinking “bit” Guiliana was doing

    • SarahJ says:

      Amal is not some dumbass who needs to portray herself as relevant by being drunk and asking an interviewee “do a shot wit me….duhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh” What a DUMB ASS Rancid is!! SO embarrassing grow the F#(k up already!!!!

  2. GeoDiva says:

    The E! Red Carpet is such a trainwreck

  3. Dan Mason says:

    What’s a ‘degenerate neo-con?’ My ignorance makes me feel I may be one.

    • winfield says:

      Neo(new style)-conservative. Lena is a well-known liberal. Thus, the Evil Conservatives hate her and her show. And aren’t afraid to tell her that over Twitter. Because courtesy is dying and civil discourse is a dead art.

      • S. says:

        I don’t get why people can’t just not like a show and sit there on their own not liking it without shoving it in a star or showrunner’s face. Maybe talk to others discussing tv who sign up for that since they’ve all agreed to vent or praise together, but I’d never sit there and go ‘I didn’t like that show, better make sure person X making the show knows all about that.’ People look for validation of their opinion in the weirdest places. There are enough forums and columns for thoughts about tv shows. Nobody’s under an obligation to listen to you (the general “you”) crap on them and then make a change, esp. because someone’s paying them to make a show, not you. If they’re not gonna make a change, why even talk to them about something you don’t like? They’ll keep doing what they’re doing only now you’ve made them feel bad. Congrats? I think people doing the snarking think on some level the person they’re talking to ought to be changing their show and that’s just not the case. If we want a different show on tv, we’re welcome to write it ourselves and see how far we get with it. We feel like they’re our characters, but they’re not. Just ask yourself (to quote Gladiator) “Are you not entertained?” If not, look elsewhere, both for show and that pat on the back for having a negative opinion. Again, have the opinion, just consider the need to share it unsolicited. TVLine’s comments do want your thoughts, so go nuts. Lena Dunham definitely didn’t ask so consider that before offering up a diss to her or anyone. If you don’t like what you heard about her book, don’t buy it and move on with your life. That’s the point.

      • mary says:

        ….So you just called conservatives Evil and complained about civil discourse. Priceless!

  4. Guest says:

    Am I the only one who thinks Giuliana Rancic is more wafer thin than usual this year.. she’s stunning as always but…

  5. MrsNelson says:

    Someone needs to remind E! that Red Carpet coverage is about celebrities not about their “hosts”. There was very little about this year’s coverage that wasn’t just plain painful to watch.

  6. Sarah says:

    I dislike E’s red carpet so much now that I skipped it this year. I used to watch but Seacrest gets on my nerves and Guli is getting to that point also.

    • SarahJ says:

      You’re so right!! They both suck and should go away!!! In fact the E! network needs to be total overhauled or disbanded. The worst and “least” entertaining network on TV

  7. Jamey says:

    Thought the E Red Carpet was sad actually. Miss George! Not a Brad fan. I thought dissing Benedict time wise was not cool, especially for an uncomfortable drinking moment. Though the Clooney’s handled it with grace. Think I may be done with the Red Carpet!

  8. H says:

    And boy, was Giuliana drunk.