The Golden Globes After-Parties
The Golden Globes After-Parties
Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick
A proud Kyra Sedgwick gave husband Kevin Bacon a kiss after his win for his performance in Taking Chance-the first Golden Globe award of his career. The couple mingled with stars like Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer, Chloe Sevigny and Ginnifer Goodwin at the HBO annual after-party, held at Circa 55 Restaurant.
-Bronwyn Barnes and Lisa Tilson with reporting by Brantley Bardin, Marshall Heyman and Lindzi Scharf
Jeremy Piven and January Jones
's Jeremy Piven and Mad Men's January Jones (in Lanvin) also came out for the HBO bash. Though neither won the individual awards for which they were nominated, Jones's show Mad Men took home the award for Best Television Series Drama.
Jane Krakowski and Jack McBrayer
co-stars Jane Krakowski and Jack McBrayer topped off their night at the NBC/Universal/Focus Features party. The evening was Krakowski's first red carpet appearance since her engagement to Robert Godley. "He gives me fashion tips and they're always correct," the actress said of the perks of having a designer boyfriend.
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey
"I'm worried that my tattoos are going to show with my body makeup," joked Tina Fey (in Zac Posen) of the rainy weather. The funny lady caught up with pal Amy Poehler (in Jay Godfrey) at the NBC Universal party, where they celebrated Alec Baldwin's Best Actor in a Comedy Series win.
Jeff Bridges, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard
"I just really wanted to support Jeff [Bridges]," Maggie Gyllenhaal (in RM Roland Mouret) said of her Crazy Heart co-star, who took home the Globe for Best Actor in a Drama. "I'm so proud of our movie." Peter Sarsgaard skipped the ceremony, but arrived just in time to join his wife at the Fox bash.
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban
After their duet at the G'Day black-tie gala earlier this weekend, Nicole Kidman (in Nina Ricci) and husband Keith Urban got romantic at The Weinstein Company party. The couple celebrated with Kidman's Nine co-stars Marion Cotillard, Kate Hudson and Fergie.
Asked to describe her gorgeous Marchesa gown in five words or less, Up in the Air's Anna Kendrick-who stopped by the Weinstein Company party for a celebratory glass of champagne-didn't hesitate. "It makes me look tall!" said the first-time Globes nominee.
Lisa Edelstein and Olivia Wilde
co-stars Lisa Edelstein and Olivia Wilde both chose dramatic floor-length gowns with plunging necklines (Edelstein's was Georges Chakra and Wilde wore Gucci). "I love this event because we all get to sit together and have some champagne and share a laugh," said Wilde of being able to hang out with her colleagues off the set. "It's just smaller and more fun than all the others."
Amber Riley and Chris Colfer
stars Amber Riley and Chris Colfer were all smiles at the Fox fete after their big win for Best Television Series Comedy/Musical. "If I could meet anybody it would be Meryl Streep," said Colfer. "She's a legend. Isn't she like a national treasure yet? Cause I think she should be."
"The moment I saw the dress, I knew it was the one," said Zoe Saldana, who accessorized her Louis Vuitton gown with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry and some other precious metal-Golden Globes for Best Motion Picture Drama and Best Director (James Cameron) for her fantasy flick Avatar.
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Marion Cotillard and Penelope Cruz
"It's very magical to be part of a musical," said Penelope Cruz (in Giorgio Armani Prive), who reunited with Marion Cotillard (in Christian Dior) and the rest of the Nine cast at the the Weinstein Company party.
Taylor Lautner and Matthew Morrison
Eligible bachelors Taylor Lautner and Glee star Matthew Morrison were the center of attention at the Weinstein Company bash.
Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin
co-stars and real-life couple Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin (in Stella McCartney) made the rounds like a dual whirlwind, with Paquin pulling her fiance by the hand to a new cluster of friends every few minutes. The duo party hopped from the HBO party to the InStyle/Warner Brothers bash.
After a quick wardrobe change, a very happy Chloe Sevigny posed with her first Golden Globe. "I felt amazing in it," the Big Love star said of the pale Valentino gown she wore to the ceremony. "Unfortunately the gentlemen who escorted me up to the stage when I won this grand award stepped on it, so now it's slightly tattered."