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Rocking a black Burberry empire waist gown, ‘60s-inspired upswept hair and dramatic black lashes with severe cat’s-eye liner, Adele’s first public appearance since having a baby boy in October went off without a hitch at the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards show on Sunday. Nominated for Best Original Song in a Motion Picture for “Skyfall” (named after the blockbuster action film starring Daniel Craig), the multi-Grammy winner was spotted earlier in the week in Los Angeles shopping for clothes for her newborn.
Other new moms rocking the Golden Globes red carpet included Claire Danes, Megan Fox and Sienna Miller – all whose post-baby bods put pretty much all new moms to shame.
Danes dropped jaws in a plunging Versace gown on Sunday just one month after giving birth to her first child with husband Hugh Dancy. Fox wore strapless off white gown that left little to the imagination – in spite of the fact she gave birth just a few short months ago.Read More »from New moms kill it on the Golden Globes red carpet
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler host the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards show on Sunday (Photo: Paul Drinkwater NBC)Read More »from Golden Globe Awards: Best quotes from the show
- Meriah Doty | Yahoo! Movies Golden Globes Blog – Sun, Jan 13, 2013 7:03 PM EST
Sarah Hyland arrives at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards (Photo: Alberto Rodriguez/Getty)
Mix 360-degree Golden Globes fashion cams -- and even a "mani-cam" this year -- with not-so-flattering high definition television screens, and it's enough to get any actress worked up.
Sarah Hyland came dangerously close to becoming the first fashion casualty of this year's Globe Awards -- before even arriving. She broke out in hives on awards day.Read More »from ‘Modern Family’ star suffers hives breakout just before the Globes
- Meriah Doty | Yahoo! Movies Golden Globes Blog – Fri, Jan 11, 2013 3:29 PM EST
Amy Poehler, left, and Tina Fey get ready to host the Golden Globes (Photo: Gavin Bond/NBC)
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler can't give a straight answer about their upcoming Golden Globes hosting duties -- not to mention their own nominations. But we wouldn't want it any other way.
The two comedic powerhouses hopped on a conference call this week with Yahoo! Movies and other media outlets to "talk" about Sunday night's awards show. The thing is, nearly all inquiries were met with joke answers, largely focused on the fact that the Globes -- unlike the Oscars -- can quickly turn into a Hollywood drunk fest.
"We sort of feel like our job is to keep things moving and also to try to help get the movie stars more liquored up," Fey said about Sunday night's festivities, during which stars munch on food and sip on champagne. "Hopefully someone's boob will fall out of a dress. That is our main role," she said of she and Poehler's hosting strategy.
Fey and Poehler's friendship predates their groundbreaking "Saturday Night Live" days when they became the show's first all-female anchor team for Weekend Update. (And they're breaking that same ground at this year's Globes, becoming the telecast's first female duo to host.) The two initially became friends after meeting at an improv class in Chicago in 1993. Now, 20 years later, it's clear their BFF status has worked in their favor.
In the midst of a barrage of wise cracks, claims of not being at all prepared for Sunday's show and logically impossible statements such as "We have a lot of spontaneous things planned," Fey and Poehler managed to get a little serious during the call. Once.Read More »from Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are ready to get Hollywood drunk on Globes night
- Meriah Doty | Yahoo! Movies Golden Globes Blog – Thu, Jan 10, 2013 6:06 PM EST
- Meriah Doty | Yahoo! Movies Oscars Blog – Thu, Jan 10, 2013 3:28 PM EST
Lawrence at Wednesday night's People's Choice Awards (Photo: by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)Possessing that rare ability to garner both critical and box office success, Jennifer Lawrence is arguably the most sought-after actress in Hollywood.
On the heels of a People's Choice Award win just the night before, the 22-year-old earned her second Best Actress Oscar nod on Thursday for her comedic portrayal of a tortured soul in "Silver Linings Playbook." In the David O. Russell film she plays Tiffany, a recently-widowed Philly girl with an overactive neuroses who finds a kindred spirit in an also-troubled Pat (Bradley Cooper). And yes, she is also up for a Golden Globe for the role.
As for how this compares to her "Winter's Bone" Best Actress nomination experience in 2011, she says she's ready to have more fun with it."I plan on enjoying myself this time," Lawrence told The Hollywood Reporter following Thursday's announcement. "Last time, I was just so nervous. I was 20 and new [to] the industry... I don't want to make the same mistake this time," she added.Read More »from Awards season darling Jennifer Lawrence can do no wrong, plans to enjoy second Oscar nod
- Meriah Doty | Yahoo! Movies Oscars Blog – Thu, Jan 10, 2013 12:22 PM EST
Quvenzhané Wallis during a November 11 interview (Photo: AP Photo/Chris Heller)Nine-year-old Quvenzhané Wallis has been nominated for a Best Actress Oscar for her spunky-against-all-odds performance in "Beasts of the Southern Wild," making her the youngest on-film nominee in Oscar history and certainly the youngest of all time in the history of the Best Actress category.
If you haven't seen the fantasy drama in which she stars -- and many of you haven't as it's grossed only $11.2 million -- Wallis plays Hushpuppy, a wildly imaginative young girl living in a poor southern Delta community highly susceptible to dangerous flood waters. Wallis, who was six years old when the film was shot, plays the scrappy young girl with uncanny survival skills in nearly every scene. "Beasts," which is a groundbreaking piece of cinema that nearly defies explanation, is equally fantastical and heart-wrenching.Read More »from Five things you need to know about youngest Oscar nominee Quvenzhané Wallis
- Meriah Doty | Yahoo! Movies Oscars Blog – Thu, Jan 10, 2013 10:07 AM EST
Stone, left, and MacFarlane in Beverly Hills on Thursday (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
The Oscars went young with their choice for hosts two years ago, and it tanked. Last year, they went back to a tried-and-true comedian, but it was too safe and predictable. Will young and funny be the right mix?
This year's host, "Family Guy" and "Ted" mastermind Seth MacFarlane, gave us a preview of what to expect during the show when he announced the nominations Thursday morning. Along with co-presenter Emma Stone, MacFarlane pulled off an irreverent, joke-infused presentation peppered with adept jabs at the nominees.Read More »from Will Seth MacFarlane's irreverant humor work on Oscar night?
- Meriah Doty | Movie Talk – Wed, Jan 9, 2013 12:09 PM EST
(Photo from Entertainment Weekly)Read More »from First photo: Is Sam Claflin hot enough to play Finnick?
If you've read the second book in Suzanne Collins' wildly successful Hunger Games trilogy, you know Finnick Odair is a living, breathing Adonis with a perfect tan, Herculean physique, and hypnotizing sea-green eyes.