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  • Ryan Gosling dedicates his first Golden Globe to Eva Mendes's late brother

    Fifth time's a charm for Ryan Gosling, who is now a Golden Globe Award winner after picking up the trophy for Best Performance by an Actor in a Musical or Comedy at the 2017 Golden Globes for his role in La La Land. And after his emotional acceptance speech to his wife, Eva Mendes, there were some misty eyes at the Beverly Hills Hotel! After thanking the movie's director Damian Chazelle and leading lady Emma Stone, the Canadian star turned serious to thank a very special person in his life - his longtime love Eva Mendes. "While I was singing

  • The most LOL-moments from Jimmy Fallon's Golden Globes monologue

    So much can happen on one of the biggest nights of the year in Hollywood – and it did, right from the moment host Jimmy Fallon took to the stage at the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton. The beloved comic and first-time host, 42, opened with a flashy musical number adapted from the opening scene of Golden Globe best picture nominee La La Land. And all the nominees were there, from Sarah Paulson (The People vs. O.J. Simpson), to Nicole Kidman (Lion), Amy Adams (Arrival) and those kids from Stranger Things. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY It was

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  • Claire Foy thanks the Queen after Golden Globe win for The Crown: 'She is extraordinary'

    Claire Foy publicly thanked the Queen as she picked up the award for best supporting actress in a television drama at the Golden Globes on Sunday night. The British actress, who plays the monarch in Netflix drama The Crown, hailed the "extraordinary" monarch in her speech, saying: "She has been at the centre of the world for 63 years. I think the world could do with a few more women at the centre of it, if you ask me." She added: "When you play a real life person, it's tricky. You rely very much on the people around you. So

  • Meryl Streep takes aim at Donald Trump in powerful Golden Globes speech

    Meryl Streep delivered a searing speech at the Golden Globes as she received the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award. Having taken to the stage at the Beverly Hilton, the acclaimed actress began by echoing remarks made earlier in the evening by Hugh Laurie, commenting on how the people in the room she was addressing "belong to the most vilified segments in American society right now: Hollywood, foreigners and the press". Naming some of her fellow nominees and their places of birth – Sarah Jessica Parker (Ohio), Natalie Portman (Jerusalem), Ruth Negga (Addis Ababa), Ryan Gosling (Canada) and

  • Andrew Garfield gives ex-girlfriend Emma Stone a standing ovation after Golden Globe win

    Despite ending their relationship over a year ago, Andrew Garfield is still very much Emma Stone's biggest supporter. The 33-year-old gave his ex-girlfriend a standing ovation as she headed towards the Golden Globe stage after winning Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for La La Land. The Spiderman star – who was also nominated for Best Actor in a drama for his role in Hacksaw Ridge – was spotted standing in the crowd as he clapped the actress' success. The couple parted ways towards the end of 2015 after dating for almost four years. In October

  • This Morning's Rylan Clark-Neal forced to present TV segment in taxi due to tube strike

    London was thrown into chaos after the tube strike action went ahead on Sunday evening, which meant Rylan Clark-Neal had to present his This Morning segment from the back of a black cab after getting struck in traffic on Monday morning. Determined not to give up, the TV presenter improvised and used his mobile phone to give viewers the latest entertainment news. Back in the studio, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield couldn't resist the urge to poke fun at the funny situation. The co-hosts joked about his absence by introducing a Rylan-shaped doll. "Are you okay Rylan? It looks

  • Scarlett Moffatt lands huge new presenting roles - including brand new Streetmate!

    Scarlett Moffatt's star is on the rise! Having recently been crowned queen of the I'm A Celebrity jungle, the 26-year-old is set to helm two big new shows for Channel 4. One is an as-yet-unnamed entertainment series that she will co-host with comedian Alan Carr, while the other is already familiar to TV viewers - a reboot of TV dating show Streetmate. As with the original 90s series, which was originally hosted by Davina McCall, Scarlett will take to the streets and attempt to play matchmaker for members of the public. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Scarlett

  • Donald Trump hits back at Meryl Streep, calls her 'one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood'

    Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to hit back at Meryl Streep following her fiery Golden Globes speech. The President-elect wrote to his 19.2million followers: "Meryl Streep, one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood, doesn't know me but attacked last night at the Golden Globes." He then added: "She is a Hillary flunky who lost big." Meryl was honoured at Sunday's ceremony with the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award, and in her explosive six-minute speech, she criticised the future president for mocking disabled reporter Serge Kovaleski in November 2015 during a campaign rally. CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Meryl

  • Golden Globes 2017: The best candids from behind-the-scenes and the after parties

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