Sounds like there's a bit of family trouble!
Last night's Keeping Up With The Kardahsians was quite the wild ride!
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Congrats to The Affair!
The fabulous show won the Best TV Drama Series at the Golden Globe Awards.
The cast, including Ruth Wilson and Joshua Jackson, proudly accepted the well-deserved award.
Considering the show has only been on Showtime for one season, we're very impressed that it beat out Game of Thrones, Downton Abbey, The Good Wife, and House of Cards!
Russia had a pretty good night at the 2015 Golden Globes!
That's because Andrey Zvyagintsev's Leviathan won the award for Best Foreign Language Film!
But this isn't the first major award for movie; it actually won Best Screenplay at Cannes in 2014, too.
To win, Leviathan and Andrey beat out Force Majeure by Ruben Östlund from Sweden, Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem by Ronit & Shlomi Elkabetz from Israel, Ida by Paweł Pawlikowski from Poland & Denmark, and Tangerines by Zaza Urushadze from Estonia.
Congrats to all the movies nominated from around the world, but an even bigger congratulations to Leviathan!
More like The Honoured Woman!
Her work in SundanceTV's The Honourable Woman beat out a lot of lauded ladies, including Jessica Lange in American Horror Story: Freak Show, Frances McDormand in Olive Kitteridge, Frances O'Connor in The Missing, and Allison Tolman in Fargo!
Maggie, we think we've got something to say to you:
Watch her acceptance speech (above)!
Nope, you don't need to do a double take! Well, mostly because this film is practically one take.
When it came to honoring the scribes' duty of penning some of the year's best films, the Golden Globe Awards gave the gold to Alejandro González Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Armando Bo, & Alexander Dinelaris, Jr for writing Birdman.
Taking home the award for Best Screenplay, these four beat out Wes Anderson for writing The Grand Budapest Hotel, Gillian Flynn for writing Gone Girl, Richard Linklater for Boyhood, and Graham Moore for The Imitation Game.
And the duo complemented each other in black and white fashions!
Kristen took the spotlight in a silky white Delphine Manivet floral gown, which sort of resembled a nightgown, but also a shower curtain. Except we completely believe her blonde bob was absolutely flawless!!
Meanwhile, Bill played up a classic look in a black tux! So really, there was no way for him to go wrong!
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Giving us that old razzle dazzle!
And it worked! We definitely noticed them Sunday night.
They actually sort of matched since both their gowns were form-fitting and covered in shimmering beads!
Michelle chose a Jason Wu dress in a grayish-green color that brought out the green in her eyes, while Maria went bolder in a bright blue Gabriela Cadena number.
Despite all that shine, the outfits were too much like prom dresses.
We just think they could've easily done better!
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The multifaceted and very talented actor won Best Actor in a TV Comedy or Musical Series for his role on Amazon's Transparent at the Golden Globe Awards.
The actor gave a very emotional and touching speech, thanking his wife of many years and the transgender community.
We couldn't be prouder of Jeff and the cast of Transparent — the show won earlier in the evening for Best TV Series, Comedy or Musical.
What an inspirational evening for the LGBT community!!