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A Winning Golden Globes Viewing Party

A Winning Golden Globes Viewing Party

Tips for hosting a red carpet-worthy party, and our favorite party games to play

When Nicole Kidman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Clive Owen, and Natalie Portman take the stage for the Hollywood Foreign Press' Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, Jan. 15, many eyes will be on what they are wearing, and most will look out for the crazy moments that make awards shows a highlight of the winter months — and the perfect excuse to throw a party. Here are some ideas for setting the scene and five of our favorite games to play throughout the night to keep things interesting.

Setting the Scene:

If you haven't already, send out e-invitations that look like e-tickets — "Admit One: 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Then roll out the red carpet down your front hall. As it's sure to be a star-studded night, lots of gold, silver, and sparkles will ensure that the environment matches those in attendance. Complete the scene with guests who look the part. Yes, that means you and your friends are dressing up. Come as your favorite celebrity, or simply in your best evening gown or suit. Or if you're looking to play a guessing game, come as a character from a nominated film or show (see below).

Star-Inspired Menu:

While celebrity stars will be dining on burrata, short ribs, miso sea bass, and plenty of Moët, the menu for your at-home viewing party doesn't have to be as elaborate. Want to stick to plain party foods? Be inspired by nominated films and shows when planning your spread, perhaps serving up baked beans in bacon cups for The Help, or gougères for Midnight in Paris. The same rules apply for cocktails, including a jalapeño orangeade inspired by The Big C, and bourbon cocktails in a flask for War Horse. Round out the spread with a British trifle and garden cake straight out of Downton Abbey.

Too complicated? Make it easy and serve up dressier versions of movie theater favorites. We'd have some fancy popcorn on hand, perhaps drizzled with caramel and chocolate, or Sriracha and Parmesan, for snacking while viewing. And some cold champagne for toasting is a must.


24 Stars You Totally Forgot Won a Golden Globe

You won't believe which celebs took home the hardware.

The Golden Globes have been honoring excellence in film and television since 1944, so it&rsquos no surprise that there are more than a few winners that will leave you scratching your head. That said, it&rsquos still quite a shock to see some of these names on the list of award recipients&mdashbe it because we don&rsquot think of them as top-notch artists, we completely forgot they ever played that role, or the work they were nominated for was particularly forgettable &mdash in a few cases, we just don&rsquot know who these people are at all.

Everyone has heard of the icon Twiggy, but she's more than just a legendary model. The Brit took home not one, but two Golden Globes for her performance in 1972's The Boyfriend.

Country musician Kris Kristofferson added winner of a Golden Globe to his resume when he took home the hardware for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy after his role in A Star Is Born.

It's impossible to forget Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat in 2007's Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan &mdash especially in that scene where. nevermind. But we didn't exactly recall his performance nabbing an award for Best Actor &ndash Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

The six-time nominee and three-time Golden Globe winner had already taken home a couple of trophies by the time she surprised her doubters and proved she could tackle drama, too, in 1983's Silkwood.

Madonna's controversial albums made her one of the most famous people in the music world, but her performance in 1997's Evita earned her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture, and the respect of the thespians everywhere.

Stallone put up a good fight for Best Actor in a Drama Motion Picture when he took on the titular role in 1977's Rocky, but it wasn't until 2016 that he took home a Golden Globe for portraying Balboa, albeit in a supporting role in Creed.

Like Madonna, Cher, and Kristofferson before her, Lady Gaga proved her acting bonafides with a 2016 Golden Globe win for playing The Countess in 'American Horror Story: Hotel.'

When you think of William Shatner, you probably think of 'Star Trek' or his strange, spoken-word music career, but Shatner took home Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television in 2005 for his role in 'Boston Legal.'

The Pearl Jam frontman won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song for his contribution to 2008's Into the Wild. Even more surprising, Vedder has been nominated thrice.

Curtis has received seven Golden Globe nominations and took home the trophy twice. While you probably recall her role in 1995's True Lies, it was her performance in 'Anything But Love' that netted her Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

Grammer is no stranger to the Golden Globes, but when the nine-time nominee won Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series - Drama, fans were wondering not "Who's the boss?," but "What is Boss?" Despite the win, the Starz series lasted only two seasons.

According to the powers that be at the Golden Globes, Taylor-Johnson made the Best Performance By An Actor In Any Motion Picture in 2017. Many watching at home had to take their word for it, as Nocturnal Animals was not exactly a box office blockbuster.

While there's no denying her place among the stars now, Rodriguez's 2015 Golden Globes win for 'Jane the Virgin' surprised many, as she was up against industry legends like Edie Falco and Julie Louis-Dreyfus.

LeBlanc won America's heart as lovable lunkhead, Joey, on the popular series "Friends," but he didn't win a Golden Globe until 2012 for his role in "Episodes."

Dujardin won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy in 2012. The silent film in which he starred took home two more awards that night, but would you even remember The Artist if "silent film" wasn't part of the description?

Remember the film Tumbleweeds? Us either. But McTeer must &mdash after all, it won her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

When Gael Garcia Bernal took home the Golden Globe for 'Mozart in the Jungle,' it was the first time a lot of the audience had heard of the streaming Amazon Prime show.

Few can forget the Aussie craze that began with 1987's Crocodile Dundee, but how many remember it was enough to lock in a Golden Globes win for Mr. Dundee himself, Paul Hogan?

Douglas has been nominated for eight Golden Globes and won twice, but award for 2013's Behind the Candelabra celebrated a side of the actor we don't often get to see in his performances.

Perhaps better known for his involvement with comedy and conspiracy theories, Quaid won a Golden Globe in 1998 for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture for TV, applauded for his portrayal of President Johnson in LBJ: The Early Years.

Despite being a pop culture phenomenon, the young cast members on Glee were mostly ignored by the major award shows. The overall show won Golden Globes. as did Jane Lynch, co-creator Ryan Murphy, and a few guest stars, but Colfer was the only core glee club member to win.

Prior to the whole tiger blood and "winning" thing, Sheen's Two and a Half Men was a ratings powerhouse and he was at the center of it all. Strangely enough, his Golden Globe win wasn't from that. It was actually his stint on Spin City that scored him a trophy for Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical in 2002.

It's hard to believe that this legendary performer wasn't showered with awards during his career and yet his 1967 Golden Globe for Best Male TV Star on The Dean Martin Show was his biggest accolade. Who needs awards when you have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a group of friends as cool as The Rat Pack?

Bloom's CW show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend had a loyal fanbase and critical acclaim, but it didn't quite grab the viewership it deserved. She took home a Golden Globe in 2016 for her work on the show, which ran for four seasons before ending in 2019.


24 Stars You Totally Forgot Won a Golden Globe

You won't believe which celebs took home the hardware.

The Golden Globes have been honoring excellence in film and television since 1944, so it&rsquos no surprise that there are more than a few winners that will leave you scratching your head. That said, it&rsquos still quite a shock to see some of these names on the list of award recipients&mdashbe it because we don&rsquot think of them as top-notch artists, we completely forgot they ever played that role, or the work they were nominated for was particularly forgettable &mdash in a few cases, we just don&rsquot know who these people are at all.

Everyone has heard of the icon Twiggy, but she's more than just a legendary model. The Brit took home not one, but two Golden Globes for her performance in 1972's The Boyfriend.

Country musician Kris Kristofferson added winner of a Golden Globe to his resume when he took home the hardware for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy after his role in A Star Is Born.

It's impossible to forget Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat in 2007's Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan &mdash especially in that scene where. nevermind. But we didn't exactly recall his performance nabbing an award for Best Actor &ndash Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

The six-time nominee and three-time Golden Globe winner had already taken home a couple of trophies by the time she surprised her doubters and proved she could tackle drama, too, in 1983's Silkwood.

Madonna's controversial albums made her one of the most famous people in the music world, but her performance in 1997's Evita earned her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture, and the respect of the thespians everywhere.

Stallone put up a good fight for Best Actor in a Drama Motion Picture when he took on the titular role in 1977's Rocky, but it wasn't until 2016 that he took home a Golden Globe for portraying Balboa, albeit in a supporting role in Creed.

Like Madonna, Cher, and Kristofferson before her, Lady Gaga proved her acting bonafides with a 2016 Golden Globe win for playing The Countess in 'American Horror Story: Hotel.'

When you think of William Shatner, you probably think of 'Star Trek' or his strange, spoken-word music career, but Shatner took home Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television in 2005 for his role in 'Boston Legal.'

The Pearl Jam frontman won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song for his contribution to 2008's Into the Wild. Even more surprising, Vedder has been nominated thrice.

Curtis has received seven Golden Globe nominations and took home the trophy twice. While you probably recall her role in 1995's True Lies, it was her performance in 'Anything But Love' that netted her Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

Grammer is no stranger to the Golden Globes, but when the nine-time nominee won Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series - Drama, fans were wondering not "Who's the boss?," but "What is Boss?" Despite the win, the Starz series lasted only two seasons.

According to the powers that be at the Golden Globes, Taylor-Johnson made the Best Performance By An Actor In Any Motion Picture in 2017. Many watching at home had to take their word for it, as Nocturnal Animals was not exactly a box office blockbuster.

While there's no denying her place among the stars now, Rodriguez's 2015 Golden Globes win for 'Jane the Virgin' surprised many, as she was up against industry legends like Edie Falco and Julie Louis-Dreyfus.

LeBlanc won America's heart as lovable lunkhead, Joey, on the popular series "Friends," but he didn't win a Golden Globe until 2012 for his role in "Episodes."

Dujardin won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy in 2012. The silent film in which he starred took home two more awards that night, but would you even remember The Artist if "silent film" wasn't part of the description?

Remember the film Tumbleweeds? Us either. But McTeer must &mdash after all, it won her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

When Gael Garcia Bernal took home the Golden Globe for 'Mozart in the Jungle,' it was the first time a lot of the audience had heard of the streaming Amazon Prime show.

Few can forget the Aussie craze that began with 1987's Crocodile Dundee, but how many remember it was enough to lock in a Golden Globes win for Mr. Dundee himself, Paul Hogan?

Douglas has been nominated for eight Golden Globes and won twice, but award for 2013's Behind the Candelabra celebrated a side of the actor we don't often get to see in his performances.

Perhaps better known for his involvement with comedy and conspiracy theories, Quaid won a Golden Globe in 1998 for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture for TV, applauded for his portrayal of President Johnson in LBJ: The Early Years.

Despite being a pop culture phenomenon, the young cast members on Glee were mostly ignored by the major award shows. The overall show won Golden Globes. as did Jane Lynch, co-creator Ryan Murphy, and a few guest stars, but Colfer was the only core glee club member to win.

Prior to the whole tiger blood and "winning" thing, Sheen's Two and a Half Men was a ratings powerhouse and he was at the center of it all. Strangely enough, his Golden Globe win wasn't from that. It was actually his stint on Spin City that scored him a trophy for Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical in 2002.

It's hard to believe that this legendary performer wasn't showered with awards during his career and yet his 1967 Golden Globe for Best Male TV Star on The Dean Martin Show was his biggest accolade. Who needs awards when you have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a group of friends as cool as The Rat Pack?

Bloom's CW show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend had a loyal fanbase and critical acclaim, but it didn't quite grab the viewership it deserved. She took home a Golden Globe in 2016 for her work on the show, which ran for four seasons before ending in 2019.


24 Stars You Totally Forgot Won a Golden Globe

You won't believe which celebs took home the hardware.

The Golden Globes have been honoring excellence in film and television since 1944, so it&rsquos no surprise that there are more than a few winners that will leave you scratching your head. That said, it&rsquos still quite a shock to see some of these names on the list of award recipients&mdashbe it because we don&rsquot think of them as top-notch artists, we completely forgot they ever played that role, or the work they were nominated for was particularly forgettable &mdash in a few cases, we just don&rsquot know who these people are at all.

Everyone has heard of the icon Twiggy, but she's more than just a legendary model. The Brit took home not one, but two Golden Globes for her performance in 1972's The Boyfriend.

Country musician Kris Kristofferson added winner of a Golden Globe to his resume when he took home the hardware for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy after his role in A Star Is Born.

It's impossible to forget Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat in 2007's Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan &mdash especially in that scene where. nevermind. But we didn't exactly recall his performance nabbing an award for Best Actor &ndash Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

The six-time nominee and three-time Golden Globe winner had already taken home a couple of trophies by the time she surprised her doubters and proved she could tackle drama, too, in 1983's Silkwood.

Madonna's controversial albums made her one of the most famous people in the music world, but her performance in 1997's Evita earned her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture, and the respect of the thespians everywhere.

Stallone put up a good fight for Best Actor in a Drama Motion Picture when he took on the titular role in 1977's Rocky, but it wasn't until 2016 that he took home a Golden Globe for portraying Balboa, albeit in a supporting role in Creed.

Like Madonna, Cher, and Kristofferson before her, Lady Gaga proved her acting bonafides with a 2016 Golden Globe win for playing The Countess in 'American Horror Story: Hotel.'

When you think of William Shatner, you probably think of 'Star Trek' or his strange, spoken-word music career, but Shatner took home Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television in 2005 for his role in 'Boston Legal.'

The Pearl Jam frontman won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song for his contribution to 2008's Into the Wild. Even more surprising, Vedder has been nominated thrice.

Curtis has received seven Golden Globe nominations and took home the trophy twice. While you probably recall her role in 1995's True Lies, it was her performance in 'Anything But Love' that netted her Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

Grammer is no stranger to the Golden Globes, but when the nine-time nominee won Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series - Drama, fans were wondering not "Who's the boss?," but "What is Boss?" Despite the win, the Starz series lasted only two seasons.

According to the powers that be at the Golden Globes, Taylor-Johnson made the Best Performance By An Actor In Any Motion Picture in 2017. Many watching at home had to take their word for it, as Nocturnal Animals was not exactly a box office blockbuster.

While there's no denying her place among the stars now, Rodriguez's 2015 Golden Globes win for 'Jane the Virgin' surprised many, as she was up against industry legends like Edie Falco and Julie Louis-Dreyfus.

LeBlanc won America's heart as lovable lunkhead, Joey, on the popular series "Friends," but he didn't win a Golden Globe until 2012 for his role in "Episodes."

Dujardin won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy in 2012. The silent film in which he starred took home two more awards that night, but would you even remember The Artist if "silent film" wasn't part of the description?

Remember the film Tumbleweeds? Us either. But McTeer must &mdash after all, it won her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

When Gael Garcia Bernal took home the Golden Globe for 'Mozart in the Jungle,' it was the first time a lot of the audience had heard of the streaming Amazon Prime show.

Few can forget the Aussie craze that began with 1987's Crocodile Dundee, but how many remember it was enough to lock in a Golden Globes win for Mr. Dundee himself, Paul Hogan?

Douglas has been nominated for eight Golden Globes and won twice, but award for 2013's Behind the Candelabra celebrated a side of the actor we don't often get to see in his performances.

Perhaps better known for his involvement with comedy and conspiracy theories, Quaid won a Golden Globe in 1998 for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture for TV, applauded for his portrayal of President Johnson in LBJ: The Early Years.

Despite being a pop culture phenomenon, the young cast members on Glee were mostly ignored by the major award shows. The overall show won Golden Globes. as did Jane Lynch, co-creator Ryan Murphy, and a few guest stars, but Colfer was the only core glee club member to win.

Prior to the whole tiger blood and "winning" thing, Sheen's Two and a Half Men was a ratings powerhouse and he was at the center of it all. Strangely enough, his Golden Globe win wasn't from that. It was actually his stint on Spin City that scored him a trophy for Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical in 2002.

It's hard to believe that this legendary performer wasn't showered with awards during his career and yet his 1967 Golden Globe for Best Male TV Star on The Dean Martin Show was his biggest accolade. Who needs awards when you have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a group of friends as cool as The Rat Pack?

Bloom's CW show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend had a loyal fanbase and critical acclaim, but it didn't quite grab the viewership it deserved. She took home a Golden Globe in 2016 for her work on the show, which ran for four seasons before ending in 2019.


24 Stars You Totally Forgot Won a Golden Globe

You won't believe which celebs took home the hardware.

The Golden Globes have been honoring excellence in film and television since 1944, so it&rsquos no surprise that there are more than a few winners that will leave you scratching your head. That said, it&rsquos still quite a shock to see some of these names on the list of award recipients&mdashbe it because we don&rsquot think of them as top-notch artists, we completely forgot they ever played that role, or the work they were nominated for was particularly forgettable &mdash in a few cases, we just don&rsquot know who these people are at all.

Everyone has heard of the icon Twiggy, but she's more than just a legendary model. The Brit took home not one, but two Golden Globes for her performance in 1972's The Boyfriend.

Country musician Kris Kristofferson added winner of a Golden Globe to his resume when he took home the hardware for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy after his role in A Star Is Born.

It's impossible to forget Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat in 2007's Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan &mdash especially in that scene where. nevermind. But we didn't exactly recall his performance nabbing an award for Best Actor &ndash Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

The six-time nominee and three-time Golden Globe winner had already taken home a couple of trophies by the time she surprised her doubters and proved she could tackle drama, too, in 1983's Silkwood.

Madonna's controversial albums made her one of the most famous people in the music world, but her performance in 1997's Evita earned her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture, and the respect of the thespians everywhere.

Stallone put up a good fight for Best Actor in a Drama Motion Picture when he took on the titular role in 1977's Rocky, but it wasn't until 2016 that he took home a Golden Globe for portraying Balboa, albeit in a supporting role in Creed.

Like Madonna, Cher, and Kristofferson before her, Lady Gaga proved her acting bonafides with a 2016 Golden Globe win for playing The Countess in 'American Horror Story: Hotel.'

When you think of William Shatner, you probably think of 'Star Trek' or his strange, spoken-word music career, but Shatner took home Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television in 2005 for his role in 'Boston Legal.'

The Pearl Jam frontman won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song for his contribution to 2008's Into the Wild. Even more surprising, Vedder has been nominated thrice.

Curtis has received seven Golden Globe nominations and took home the trophy twice. While you probably recall her role in 1995's True Lies, it was her performance in 'Anything But Love' that netted her Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

Grammer is no stranger to the Golden Globes, but when the nine-time nominee won Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series - Drama, fans were wondering not "Who's the boss?," but "What is Boss?" Despite the win, the Starz series lasted only two seasons.

According to the powers that be at the Golden Globes, Taylor-Johnson made the Best Performance By An Actor In Any Motion Picture in 2017. Many watching at home had to take their word for it, as Nocturnal Animals was not exactly a box office blockbuster.

While there's no denying her place among the stars now, Rodriguez's 2015 Golden Globes win for 'Jane the Virgin' surprised many, as she was up against industry legends like Edie Falco and Julie Louis-Dreyfus.

LeBlanc won America's heart as lovable lunkhead, Joey, on the popular series "Friends," but he didn't win a Golden Globe until 2012 for his role in "Episodes."

Dujardin won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy in 2012. The silent film in which he starred took home two more awards that night, but would you even remember The Artist if "silent film" wasn't part of the description?

Remember the film Tumbleweeds? Us either. But McTeer must &mdash after all, it won her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

When Gael Garcia Bernal took home the Golden Globe for 'Mozart in the Jungle,' it was the first time a lot of the audience had heard of the streaming Amazon Prime show.

Few can forget the Aussie craze that began with 1987's Crocodile Dundee, but how many remember it was enough to lock in a Golden Globes win for Mr. Dundee himself, Paul Hogan?

Douglas has been nominated for eight Golden Globes and won twice, but award for 2013's Behind the Candelabra celebrated a side of the actor we don't often get to see in his performances.

Perhaps better known for his involvement with comedy and conspiracy theories, Quaid won a Golden Globe in 1998 for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture for TV, applauded for his portrayal of President Johnson in LBJ: The Early Years.

Despite being a pop culture phenomenon, the young cast members on Glee were mostly ignored by the major award shows. The overall show won Golden Globes. as did Jane Lynch, co-creator Ryan Murphy, and a few guest stars, but Colfer was the only core glee club member to win.

Prior to the whole tiger blood and "winning" thing, Sheen's Two and a Half Men was a ratings powerhouse and he was at the center of it all. Strangely enough, his Golden Globe win wasn't from that. It was actually his stint on Spin City that scored him a trophy for Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical in 2002.

It's hard to believe that this legendary performer wasn't showered with awards during his career and yet his 1967 Golden Globe for Best Male TV Star on The Dean Martin Show was his biggest accolade. Who needs awards when you have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a group of friends as cool as The Rat Pack?

Bloom's CW show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend had a loyal fanbase and critical acclaim, but it didn't quite grab the viewership it deserved. She took home a Golden Globe in 2016 for her work on the show, which ran for four seasons before ending in 2019.


24 Stars You Totally Forgot Won a Golden Globe

You won't believe which celebs took home the hardware.

The Golden Globes have been honoring excellence in film and television since 1944, so it&rsquos no surprise that there are more than a few winners that will leave you scratching your head. That said, it&rsquos still quite a shock to see some of these names on the list of award recipients&mdashbe it because we don&rsquot think of them as top-notch artists, we completely forgot they ever played that role, or the work they were nominated for was particularly forgettable &mdash in a few cases, we just don&rsquot know who these people are at all.

Everyone has heard of the icon Twiggy, but she's more than just a legendary model. The Brit took home not one, but two Golden Globes for her performance in 1972's The Boyfriend.

Country musician Kris Kristofferson added winner of a Golden Globe to his resume when he took home the hardware for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy after his role in A Star Is Born.

It's impossible to forget Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat in 2007's Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan &mdash especially in that scene where. nevermind. But we didn't exactly recall his performance nabbing an award for Best Actor &ndash Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

The six-time nominee and three-time Golden Globe winner had already taken home a couple of trophies by the time she surprised her doubters and proved she could tackle drama, too, in 1983's Silkwood.

Madonna's controversial albums made her one of the most famous people in the music world, but her performance in 1997's Evita earned her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture, and the respect of the thespians everywhere.

Stallone put up a good fight for Best Actor in a Drama Motion Picture when he took on the titular role in 1977's Rocky, but it wasn't until 2016 that he took home a Golden Globe for portraying Balboa, albeit in a supporting role in Creed.

Like Madonna, Cher, and Kristofferson before her, Lady Gaga proved her acting bonafides with a 2016 Golden Globe win for playing The Countess in 'American Horror Story: Hotel.'

When you think of William Shatner, you probably think of 'Star Trek' or his strange, spoken-word music career, but Shatner took home Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television in 2005 for his role in 'Boston Legal.'

The Pearl Jam frontman won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song for his contribution to 2008's Into the Wild. Even more surprising, Vedder has been nominated thrice.

Curtis has received seven Golden Globe nominations and took home the trophy twice. While you probably recall her role in 1995's True Lies, it was her performance in 'Anything But Love' that netted her Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

Grammer is no stranger to the Golden Globes, but when the nine-time nominee won Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series - Drama, fans were wondering not "Who's the boss?," but "What is Boss?" Despite the win, the Starz series lasted only two seasons.

According to the powers that be at the Golden Globes, Taylor-Johnson made the Best Performance By An Actor In Any Motion Picture in 2017. Many watching at home had to take their word for it, as Nocturnal Animals was not exactly a box office blockbuster.

While there's no denying her place among the stars now, Rodriguez's 2015 Golden Globes win for 'Jane the Virgin' surprised many, as she was up against industry legends like Edie Falco and Julie Louis-Dreyfus.

LeBlanc won America's heart as lovable lunkhead, Joey, on the popular series "Friends," but he didn't win a Golden Globe until 2012 for his role in "Episodes."

Dujardin won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy in 2012. The silent film in which he starred took home two more awards that night, but would you even remember The Artist if "silent film" wasn't part of the description?

Remember the film Tumbleweeds? Us either. But McTeer must &mdash after all, it won her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

When Gael Garcia Bernal took home the Golden Globe for 'Mozart in the Jungle,' it was the first time a lot of the audience had heard of the streaming Amazon Prime show.

Few can forget the Aussie craze that began with 1987's Crocodile Dundee, but how many remember it was enough to lock in a Golden Globes win for Mr. Dundee himself, Paul Hogan?

Douglas has been nominated for eight Golden Globes and won twice, but award for 2013's Behind the Candelabra celebrated a side of the actor we don't often get to see in his performances.

Perhaps better known for his involvement with comedy and conspiracy theories, Quaid won a Golden Globe in 1998 for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture for TV, applauded for his portrayal of President Johnson in LBJ: The Early Years.

Despite being a pop culture phenomenon, the young cast members on Glee were mostly ignored by the major award shows. The overall show won Golden Globes. as did Jane Lynch, co-creator Ryan Murphy, and a few guest stars, but Colfer was the only core glee club member to win.

Prior to the whole tiger blood and "winning" thing, Sheen's Two and a Half Men was a ratings powerhouse and he was at the center of it all. Strangely enough, his Golden Globe win wasn't from that. It was actually his stint on Spin City that scored him a trophy for Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical in 2002.

It's hard to believe that this legendary performer wasn't showered with awards during his career and yet his 1967 Golden Globe for Best Male TV Star on The Dean Martin Show was his biggest accolade. Who needs awards when you have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a group of friends as cool as The Rat Pack?

Bloom's CW show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend had a loyal fanbase and critical acclaim, but it didn't quite grab the viewership it deserved. She took home a Golden Globe in 2016 for her work on the show, which ran for four seasons before ending in 2019.


24 Stars You Totally Forgot Won a Golden Globe

You won't believe which celebs took home the hardware.

The Golden Globes have been honoring excellence in film and television since 1944, so it&rsquos no surprise that there are more than a few winners that will leave you scratching your head. That said, it&rsquos still quite a shock to see some of these names on the list of award recipients&mdashbe it because we don&rsquot think of them as top-notch artists, we completely forgot they ever played that role, or the work they were nominated for was particularly forgettable &mdash in a few cases, we just don&rsquot know who these people are at all.

Everyone has heard of the icon Twiggy, but she's more than just a legendary model. The Brit took home not one, but two Golden Globes for her performance in 1972's The Boyfriend.

Country musician Kris Kristofferson added winner of a Golden Globe to his resume when he took home the hardware for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy after his role in A Star Is Born.

It's impossible to forget Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat in 2007's Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan &mdash especially in that scene where. nevermind. But we didn't exactly recall his performance nabbing an award for Best Actor &ndash Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

The six-time nominee and three-time Golden Globe winner had already taken home a couple of trophies by the time she surprised her doubters and proved she could tackle drama, too, in 1983's Silkwood.

Madonna's controversial albums made her one of the most famous people in the music world, but her performance in 1997's Evita earned her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture, and the respect of the thespians everywhere.

Stallone put up a good fight for Best Actor in a Drama Motion Picture when he took on the titular role in 1977's Rocky, but it wasn't until 2016 that he took home a Golden Globe for portraying Balboa, albeit in a supporting role in Creed.

Like Madonna, Cher, and Kristofferson before her, Lady Gaga proved her acting bonafides with a 2016 Golden Globe win for playing The Countess in 'American Horror Story: Hotel.'

When you think of William Shatner, you probably think of 'Star Trek' or his strange, spoken-word music career, but Shatner took home Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television in 2005 for his role in 'Boston Legal.'

The Pearl Jam frontman won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song for his contribution to 2008's Into the Wild. Even more surprising, Vedder has been nominated thrice.

Curtis has received seven Golden Globe nominations and took home the trophy twice. While you probably recall her role in 1995's True Lies, it was her performance in 'Anything But Love' that netted her Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

Grammer is no stranger to the Golden Globes, but when the nine-time nominee won Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series - Drama, fans were wondering not "Who's the boss?," but "What is Boss?" Despite the win, the Starz series lasted only two seasons.

According to the powers that be at the Golden Globes, Taylor-Johnson made the Best Performance By An Actor In Any Motion Picture in 2017. Many watching at home had to take their word for it, as Nocturnal Animals was not exactly a box office blockbuster.

While there's no denying her place among the stars now, Rodriguez's 2015 Golden Globes win for 'Jane the Virgin' surprised many, as she was up against industry legends like Edie Falco and Julie Louis-Dreyfus.

LeBlanc won America's heart as lovable lunkhead, Joey, on the popular series "Friends," but he didn't win a Golden Globe until 2012 for his role in "Episodes."

Dujardin won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy in 2012. The silent film in which he starred took home two more awards that night, but would you even remember The Artist if "silent film" wasn't part of the description?

Remember the film Tumbleweeds? Us either. But McTeer must &mdash after all, it won her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

When Gael Garcia Bernal took home the Golden Globe for 'Mozart in the Jungle,' it was the first time a lot of the audience had heard of the streaming Amazon Prime show.

Few can forget the Aussie craze that began with 1987's Crocodile Dundee, but how many remember it was enough to lock in a Golden Globes win for Mr. Dundee himself, Paul Hogan?

Douglas has been nominated for eight Golden Globes and won twice, but award for 2013's Behind the Candelabra celebrated a side of the actor we don't often get to see in his performances.

Perhaps better known for his involvement with comedy and conspiracy theories, Quaid won a Golden Globe in 1998 for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture for TV, applauded for his portrayal of President Johnson in LBJ: The Early Years.

Despite being a pop culture phenomenon, the young cast members on Glee were mostly ignored by the major award shows. The overall show won Golden Globes. as did Jane Lynch, co-creator Ryan Murphy, and a few guest stars, but Colfer was the only core glee club member to win.

Prior to the whole tiger blood and "winning" thing, Sheen's Two and a Half Men was a ratings powerhouse and he was at the center of it all. Strangely enough, his Golden Globe win wasn't from that. It was actually his stint on Spin City that scored him a trophy for Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical in 2002.

It's hard to believe that this legendary performer wasn't showered with awards during his career and yet his 1967 Golden Globe for Best Male TV Star on The Dean Martin Show was his biggest accolade. Who needs awards when you have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a group of friends as cool as The Rat Pack?

Bloom's CW show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend had a loyal fanbase and critical acclaim, but it didn't quite grab the viewership it deserved. She took home a Golden Globe in 2016 for her work on the show, which ran for four seasons before ending in 2019.


24 Stars You Totally Forgot Won a Golden Globe

You won't believe which celebs took home the hardware.

The Golden Globes have been honoring excellence in film and television since 1944, so it&rsquos no surprise that there are more than a few winners that will leave you scratching your head. That said, it&rsquos still quite a shock to see some of these names on the list of award recipients&mdashbe it because we don&rsquot think of them as top-notch artists, we completely forgot they ever played that role, or the work they were nominated for was particularly forgettable &mdash in a few cases, we just don&rsquot know who these people are at all.

Everyone has heard of the icon Twiggy, but she's more than just a legendary model. The Brit took home not one, but two Golden Globes for her performance in 1972's The Boyfriend.

Country musician Kris Kristofferson added winner of a Golden Globe to his resume when he took home the hardware for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy after his role in A Star Is Born.

It's impossible to forget Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat in 2007's Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan &mdash especially in that scene where. nevermind. But we didn't exactly recall his performance nabbing an award for Best Actor &ndash Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

The six-time nominee and three-time Golden Globe winner had already taken home a couple of trophies by the time she surprised her doubters and proved she could tackle drama, too, in 1983's Silkwood.

Madonna's controversial albums made her one of the most famous people in the music world, but her performance in 1997's Evita earned her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture, and the respect of the thespians everywhere.

Stallone put up a good fight for Best Actor in a Drama Motion Picture when he took on the titular role in 1977's Rocky, but it wasn't until 2016 that he took home a Golden Globe for portraying Balboa, albeit in a supporting role in Creed.

Like Madonna, Cher, and Kristofferson before her, Lady Gaga proved her acting bonafides with a 2016 Golden Globe win for playing The Countess in 'American Horror Story: Hotel.'

When you think of William Shatner, you probably think of 'Star Trek' or his strange, spoken-word music career, but Shatner took home Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television in 2005 for his role in 'Boston Legal.'

The Pearl Jam frontman won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song for his contribution to 2008's Into the Wild. Even more surprising, Vedder has been nominated thrice.

Curtis has received seven Golden Globe nominations and took home the trophy twice. While you probably recall her role in 1995's True Lies, it was her performance in 'Anything But Love' that netted her Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

Grammer is no stranger to the Golden Globes, but when the nine-time nominee won Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series - Drama, fans were wondering not "Who's the boss?," but "What is Boss?" Despite the win, the Starz series lasted only two seasons.

According to the powers that be at the Golden Globes, Taylor-Johnson made the Best Performance By An Actor In Any Motion Picture in 2017. Many watching at home had to take their word for it, as Nocturnal Animals was not exactly a box office blockbuster.

While there's no denying her place among the stars now, Rodriguez's 2015 Golden Globes win for 'Jane the Virgin' surprised many, as she was up against industry legends like Edie Falco and Julie Louis-Dreyfus.

LeBlanc won America's heart as lovable lunkhead, Joey, on the popular series "Friends," but he didn't win a Golden Globe until 2012 for his role in "Episodes."

Dujardin won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy in 2012. The silent film in which he starred took home two more awards that night, but would you even remember The Artist if "silent film" wasn't part of the description?

Remember the film Tumbleweeds? Us either. But McTeer must &mdash after all, it won her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

When Gael Garcia Bernal took home the Golden Globe for 'Mozart in the Jungle,' it was the first time a lot of the audience had heard of the streaming Amazon Prime show.

Few can forget the Aussie craze that began with 1987's Crocodile Dundee, but how many remember it was enough to lock in a Golden Globes win for Mr. Dundee himself, Paul Hogan?

Douglas has been nominated for eight Golden Globes and won twice, but award for 2013's Behind the Candelabra celebrated a side of the actor we don't often get to see in his performances.

Perhaps better known for his involvement with comedy and conspiracy theories, Quaid won a Golden Globe in 1998 for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture for TV, applauded for his portrayal of President Johnson in LBJ: The Early Years.

Despite being a pop culture phenomenon, the young cast members on Glee were mostly ignored by the major award shows. The overall show won Golden Globes. as did Jane Lynch, co-creator Ryan Murphy, and a few guest stars, but Colfer was the only core glee club member to win.

Prior to the whole tiger blood and "winning" thing, Sheen's Two and a Half Men was a ratings powerhouse and he was at the center of it all. Strangely enough, his Golden Globe win wasn't from that. It was actually his stint on Spin City that scored him a trophy for Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical in 2002.

It's hard to believe that this legendary performer wasn't showered with awards during his career and yet his 1967 Golden Globe for Best Male TV Star on The Dean Martin Show was his biggest accolade. Who needs awards when you have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a group of friends as cool as The Rat Pack?

Bloom's CW show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend had a loyal fanbase and critical acclaim, but it didn't quite grab the viewership it deserved. She took home a Golden Globe in 2016 for her work on the show, which ran for four seasons before ending in 2019.


24 Stars You Totally Forgot Won a Golden Globe

You won't believe which celebs took home the hardware.

The Golden Globes have been honoring excellence in film and television since 1944, so it&rsquos no surprise that there are more than a few winners that will leave you scratching your head. That said, it&rsquos still quite a shock to see some of these names on the list of award recipients&mdashbe it because we don&rsquot think of them as top-notch artists, we completely forgot they ever played that role, or the work they were nominated for was particularly forgettable &mdash in a few cases, we just don&rsquot know who these people are at all.

Everyone has heard of the icon Twiggy, but she's more than just a legendary model. The Brit took home not one, but two Golden Globes for her performance in 1972's The Boyfriend.

Country musician Kris Kristofferson added winner of a Golden Globe to his resume when he took home the hardware for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy after his role in A Star Is Born.

It's impossible to forget Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat in 2007's Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan &mdash especially in that scene where. nevermind. But we didn't exactly recall his performance nabbing an award for Best Actor &ndash Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

The six-time nominee and three-time Golden Globe winner had already taken home a couple of trophies by the time she surprised her doubters and proved she could tackle drama, too, in 1983's Silkwood.

Madonna's controversial albums made her one of the most famous people in the music world, but her performance in 1997's Evita earned her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture, and the respect of the thespians everywhere.

Stallone put up a good fight for Best Actor in a Drama Motion Picture when he took on the titular role in 1977's Rocky, but it wasn't until 2016 that he took home a Golden Globe for portraying Balboa, albeit in a supporting role in Creed.

Like Madonna, Cher, and Kristofferson before her, Lady Gaga proved her acting bonafides with a 2016 Golden Globe win for playing The Countess in 'American Horror Story: Hotel.'

When you think of William Shatner, you probably think of 'Star Trek' or his strange, spoken-word music career, but Shatner took home Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television in 2005 for his role in 'Boston Legal.'

The Pearl Jam frontman won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song for his contribution to 2008's Into the Wild. Even more surprising, Vedder has been nominated thrice.

Curtis has received seven Golden Globe nominations and took home the trophy twice. While you probably recall her role in 1995's True Lies, it was her performance in 'Anything But Love' that netted her Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

Grammer is no stranger to the Golden Globes, but when the nine-time nominee won Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series - Drama, fans were wondering not "Who's the boss?," but "What is Boss?" Despite the win, the Starz series lasted only two seasons.

According to the powers that be at the Golden Globes, Taylor-Johnson made the Best Performance By An Actor In Any Motion Picture in 2017. Many watching at home had to take their word for it, as Nocturnal Animals was not exactly a box office blockbuster.

While there's no denying her place among the stars now, Rodriguez's 2015 Golden Globes win for 'Jane the Virgin' surprised many, as she was up against industry legends like Edie Falco and Julie Louis-Dreyfus.

LeBlanc won America's heart as lovable lunkhead, Joey, on the popular series "Friends," but he didn't win a Golden Globe until 2012 for his role in "Episodes."

Dujardin won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy in 2012. The silent film in which he starred took home two more awards that night, but would you even remember The Artist if "silent film" wasn't part of the description?

Remember the film Tumbleweeds? Us either. But McTeer must &mdash after all, it won her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

When Gael Garcia Bernal took home the Golden Globe for 'Mozart in the Jungle,' it was the first time a lot of the audience had heard of the streaming Amazon Prime show.

Few can forget the Aussie craze that began with 1987's Crocodile Dundee, but how many remember it was enough to lock in a Golden Globes win for Mr. Dundee himself, Paul Hogan?

Douglas has been nominated for eight Golden Globes and won twice, but award for 2013's Behind the Candelabra celebrated a side of the actor we don't often get to see in his performances.

Perhaps better known for his involvement with comedy and conspiracy theories, Quaid won a Golden Globe in 1998 for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture for TV, applauded for his portrayal of President Johnson in LBJ: The Early Years.

Despite being a pop culture phenomenon, the young cast members on Glee were mostly ignored by the major award shows. The overall show won Golden Globes. as did Jane Lynch, co-creator Ryan Murphy, and a few guest stars, but Colfer was the only core glee club member to win.

Prior to the whole tiger blood and "winning" thing, Sheen's Two and a Half Men was a ratings powerhouse and he was at the center of it all. Strangely enough, his Golden Globe win wasn't from that. It was actually his stint on Spin City that scored him a trophy for Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical in 2002.

It's hard to believe that this legendary performer wasn't showered with awards during his career and yet his 1967 Golden Globe for Best Male TV Star on The Dean Martin Show was his biggest accolade. Who needs awards when you have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a group of friends as cool as The Rat Pack?

Bloom's CW show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend had a loyal fanbase and critical acclaim, but it didn't quite grab the viewership it deserved. She took home a Golden Globe in 2016 for her work on the show, which ran for four seasons before ending in 2019.


24 Stars You Totally Forgot Won a Golden Globe

You won't believe which celebs took home the hardware.

The Golden Globes have been honoring excellence in film and television since 1944, so it&rsquos no surprise that there are more than a few winners that will leave you scratching your head. That said, it&rsquos still quite a shock to see some of these names on the list of award recipients&mdashbe it because we don&rsquot think of them as top-notch artists, we completely forgot they ever played that role, or the work they were nominated for was particularly forgettable &mdash in a few cases, we just don&rsquot know who these people are at all.

Everyone has heard of the icon Twiggy, but she's more than just a legendary model. The Brit took home not one, but two Golden Globes for her performance in 1972's The Boyfriend.

Country musician Kris Kristofferson added winner of a Golden Globe to his resume when he took home the hardware for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy after his role in A Star Is Born.

It's impossible to forget Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat in 2007's Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan &mdash especially in that scene where. nevermind. But we didn't exactly recall his performance nabbing an award for Best Actor &ndash Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

The six-time nominee and three-time Golden Globe winner had already taken home a couple of trophies by the time she surprised her doubters and proved she could tackle drama, too, in 1983's Silkwood.

Madonna's controversial albums made her one of the most famous people in the music world, but her performance in 1997's Evita earned her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture, and the respect of the thespians everywhere.

Stallone put up a good fight for Best Actor in a Drama Motion Picture when he took on the titular role in 1977's Rocky, but it wasn't until 2016 that he took home a Golden Globe for portraying Balboa, albeit in a supporting role in Creed.

Like Madonna, Cher, and Kristofferson before her, Lady Gaga proved her acting bonafides with a 2016 Golden Globe win for playing The Countess in 'American Horror Story: Hotel.'

When you think of William Shatner, you probably think of 'Star Trek' or his strange, spoken-word music career, but Shatner took home Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television in 2005 for his role in 'Boston Legal.'

The Pearl Jam frontman won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song for his contribution to 2008's Into the Wild. Even more surprising, Vedder has been nominated thrice.

Curtis has received seven Golden Globe nominations and took home the trophy twice. While you probably recall her role in 1995's True Lies, it was her performance in 'Anything But Love' that netted her Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

Grammer is no stranger to the Golden Globes, but when the nine-time nominee won Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series - Drama, fans were wondering not "Who's the boss?," but "What is Boss?" Despite the win, the Starz series lasted only two seasons.

According to the powers that be at the Golden Globes, Taylor-Johnson made the Best Performance By An Actor In Any Motion Picture in 2017. Many watching at home had to take their word for it, as Nocturnal Animals was not exactly a box office blockbuster.

While there's no denying her place among the stars now, Rodriguez's 2015 Golden Globes win for 'Jane the Virgin' surprised many, as she was up against industry legends like Edie Falco and Julie Louis-Dreyfus.

LeBlanc won America's heart as lovable lunkhead, Joey, on the popular series "Friends," but he didn't win a Golden Globe until 2012 for his role in "Episodes."

Dujardin won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy in 2012. The silent film in which he starred took home two more awards that night, but would you even remember The Artist if "silent film" wasn't part of the description?

Remember the film Tumbleweeds? Us either. But McTeer must &mdash after all, it won her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

When Gael Garcia Bernal took home the Golden Globe for 'Mozart in the Jungle,' it was the first time a lot of the audience had heard of the streaming Amazon Prime show.

Few can forget the Aussie craze that began with 1987's Crocodile Dundee, but how many remember it was enough to lock in a Golden Globes win for Mr. Dundee himself, Paul Hogan?

Douglas has been nominated for eight Golden Globes and won twice, but award for 2013's Behind the Candelabra celebrated a side of the actor we don't often get to see in his performances.

Perhaps better known for his involvement with comedy and conspiracy theories, Quaid won a Golden Globe in 1998 for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture for TV, applauded for his portrayal of President Johnson in LBJ: The Early Years.

Despite being a pop culture phenomenon, the young cast members on Glee were mostly ignored by the major award shows. The overall show won Golden Globes. as did Jane Lynch, co-creator Ryan Murphy, and a few guest stars, but Colfer was the only core glee club member to win.

Prior to the whole tiger blood and "winning" thing, Sheen's Two and a Half Men was a ratings powerhouse and he was at the center of it all. Strangely enough, his Golden Globe win wasn't from that. It was actually his stint on Spin City that scored him a trophy for Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical in 2002.

It's hard to believe that this legendary performer wasn't showered with awards during his career and yet his 1967 Golden Globe for Best Male TV Star on The Dean Martin Show was his biggest accolade. Who needs awards when you have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a group of friends as cool as The Rat Pack?

Bloom's CW show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend had a loyal fanbase and critical acclaim, but it didn't quite grab the viewership it deserved. She took home a Golden Globe in 2016 for her work on the show, which ran for four seasons before ending in 2019.


24 Stars You Totally Forgot Won a Golden Globe

You won't believe which celebs took home the hardware.

The Golden Globes have been honoring excellence in film and television since 1944, so it&rsquos no surprise that there are more than a few winners that will leave you scratching your head. That said, it&rsquos still quite a shock to see some of these names on the list of award recipients&mdashbe it because we don&rsquot think of them as top-notch artists, we completely forgot they ever played that role, or the work they were nominated for was particularly forgettable &mdash in a few cases, we just don&rsquot know who these people are at all.

Everyone has heard of the icon Twiggy, but she's more than just a legendary model. The Brit took home not one, but two Golden Globes for her performance in 1972's The Boyfriend.

Country musician Kris Kristofferson added winner of a Golden Globe to his resume when he took home the hardware for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy after his role in A Star Is Born.

It's impossible to forget Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat in 2007's Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan &mdash especially in that scene where. nevermind. But we didn't exactly recall his performance nabbing an award for Best Actor &ndash Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.

The six-time nominee and three-time Golden Globe winner had already taken home a couple of trophies by the time she surprised her doubters and proved she could tackle drama, too, in 1983's Silkwood.

Madonna's controversial albums made her one of the most famous people in the music world, but her performance in 1997's Evita earned her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture, and the respect of the thespians everywhere.

Stallone put up a good fight for Best Actor in a Drama Motion Picture when he took on the titular role in 1977's Rocky, but it wasn't until 2016 that he took home a Golden Globe for portraying Balboa, albeit in a supporting role in Creed.

Like Madonna, Cher, and Kristofferson before her, Lady Gaga proved her acting bonafides with a 2016 Golden Globe win for playing The Countess in 'American Horror Story: Hotel.'

When you think of William Shatner, you probably think of 'Star Trek' or his strange, spoken-word music career, but Shatner took home Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television in 2005 for his role in 'Boston Legal.'

The Pearl Jam frontman won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song for his contribution to 2008's Into the Wild. Even more surprising, Vedder has been nominated thrice.

Curtis has received seven Golden Globe nominations and took home the trophy twice. While you probably recall her role in 1995's True Lies, it was her performance in 'Anything But Love' that netted her Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

Grammer is no stranger to the Golden Globes, but when the nine-time nominee won Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series - Drama, fans were wondering not "Who's the boss?," but "What is Boss?" Despite the win, the Starz series lasted only two seasons.

According to the powers that be at the Golden Globes, Taylor-Johnson made the Best Performance By An Actor In Any Motion Picture in 2017. Many watching at home had to take their word for it, as Nocturnal Animals was not exactly a box office blockbuster.

While there's no denying her place among the stars now, Rodriguez's 2015 Golden Globes win for 'Jane the Virgin' surprised many, as she was up against industry legends like Edie Falco and Julie Louis-Dreyfus.

LeBlanc won America's heart as lovable lunkhead, Joey, on the popular series "Friends," but he didn't win a Golden Globe until 2012 for his role in "Episodes."

Dujardin won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy in 2012. The silent film in which he starred took home two more awards that night, but would you even remember The Artist if "silent film" wasn't part of the description?

Remember the film Tumbleweeds? Us either. But McTeer must &mdash after all, it won her a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Motion Picture.

When Gael Garcia Bernal took home the Golden Globe for 'Mozart in the Jungle,' it was the first time a lot of the audience had heard of the streaming Amazon Prime show.

Few can forget the Aussie craze that began with 1987's Crocodile Dundee, but how many remember it was enough to lock in a Golden Globes win for Mr. Dundee himself, Paul Hogan?

Douglas has been nominated for eight Golden Globes and won twice, but award for 2013's Behind the Candelabra celebrated a side of the actor we don't often get to see in his performances.

Perhaps better known for his involvement with comedy and conspiracy theories, Quaid won a Golden Globe in 1998 for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture for TV, applauded for his portrayal of President Johnson in LBJ: The Early Years.

Despite being a pop culture phenomenon, the young cast members on Glee were mostly ignored by the major award shows. The overall show won Golden Globes. as did Jane Lynch, co-creator Ryan Murphy, and a few guest stars, but Colfer was the only core glee club member to win.

Prior to the whole tiger blood and "winning" thing, Sheen's Two and a Half Men was a ratings powerhouse and he was at the center of it all. Strangely enough, his Golden Globe win wasn't from that. It was actually his stint on Spin City that scored him a trophy for Best Lead Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical in 2002.

It's hard to believe that this legendary performer wasn't showered with awards during his career and yet his 1967 Golden Globe for Best Male TV Star on The Dean Martin Show was his biggest accolade. Who needs awards when you have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a group of friends as cool as The Rat Pack?

Bloom's CW show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend had a loyal fanbase and critical acclaim, but it didn't quite grab the viewership it deserved. She took home a Golden Globe in 2016 for her work on the show, which ran for four seasons before ending in 2019.


Watch the video: Nina Dobrev at InStyle and Warner Bros Golden Globes Party in Beverly Hills 5th January (December 2021).