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Tonya Harding & Tommy Wiseau Blend In at the Golden Globes

1/8/2018 8:48 AM PST

Tonya Harding and director Tommy Wiseau walk into a Golden Globes party ... nope, not the start of a one-liner, but something that actually happened.

The duo took this pic at a party Sunday, after the award show where both were thanked by actors who portrayed them in movies about their lives.

James Franco invited Tommy onstage after winning best actor in a comedy for his role in "The Disaster Artist" ... a movie based on Tommy making "The Room" -- largely considered the best worst movie ever made.

Kinda funny ... Tommy tried grabbing the mic as James started his thank-you speech.

Not to be outdone, Tonya also got a shout-out from Allison Janney after she won best supporting actress for playing Tonya's mom in "I, Tonya." See ... well deserved.

Aziz Ansari In-N-Out for the Globes Win!!!

1/8/2018 7:17 AM PST

Aziz Ansari didn't settle for winning a Golden Globe, he immediately followed that up with another trophy -- a fresh bag of In-N-Out!

The "Master of None" star was double-fisting Sunday night -- his statuette in one hand, and his bag of burgers and fries in the other. He gave them equal billing, btw, holding up both at the same time for photogs as he and co-star Eric Wareheim strolled into the after-party at Poppy.

Gotta love their style!

After Party. #bigbudlilbud #doubledouble

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Liev Schreiber I Got Delta's Attention They Found My Luggage!!!

1/8/2018 5:39 AM PST

Liev Schreiber knows the pressure points to make an airline find a passenger's lost luggage ... go on national TV and do a little shaming!!!

Delta Airlines has found the piece of luggage that never showed up at LAX ... a piece of luggage that clearly had significance to the "Ray Donovan" star.

Liev revealed his common plight during the red carpet pre-show on NBC, making it clear he'd do just about anything if Delta could find the bag. A Delta official tells TMZ, the airline worked directly with Liev and the bag was personally delivered to him overnight.

Liev said on social media he bought a really expensive bathing suit to go with his winter sweater to recover from the loss ... pretty funny. 

It sounds like the bag contained his tux for the show and he got a new one in L.A.

He was up for Best Actor ... and lost. But, he still got his bag.

Mariah Carey Yeah, I Stole Meryl Streep's Seat at the Globes, But ...

1/8/2018 7:01 AM PST

Mariah Carey had a huge "oops" moment at the Golden Globes ... and no one was more understanding than Meryl Streep.

We got Mariah leaving Poppy in WeHo Sunday night and asked her about stealing Meryl's seat at one point during the show ... plopping down next to Steven Spielberg before realizing what she had just done.

Mariah felt terrible about it right after ... apologizing profusely. And it's obvious she still felt bad way after the show ended.

Oprah at Golden Globes Delivers Powerful #MeToo Speech For Cecil B. DeMille Award

1/7/2018 7:36 PM PST

You know it's a movement when Oprah rocks the house with an historically powerful speech about #MeToo at the Golden Globe Awards ... which it is, 'cause she did.

Oprah delivered one hell of an acceptance speech after receiving the Cecil B. DeMille Award -- with O being the first black woman to ever receive the honor ... a milestone in itself.

She touched on everything from race to gender inequality and lots of stuff in between -- but it wasn't until she rounded out her comments with a take on #MeToo that everyone got on their feet in applause.

Trying to explain this one won't do it justice ... ya really just gotta hear it for yourself. 

Golden Globes 2018 Time's Up, #MeToo, and Smiles!

1/7/2018 6:24 PM PST

This year's Golden Globes had an air of heaviness around it -- with the Time's Up blackout, and #MeToo ... but there were also moments of joy.

Lots of folks were having a great time ... Oprah, Nicole Kidman, Jessica Chastain, Halle Berry, Eva Longoria, Mariah Carey, Salma Hayek, Sarah Jessica Parker ... and many more.  

The guys got in on the grins, too -- Nick Jonas, Neil Patrick Harris, James Franco, Hugh Jackman, and Ricky Martin all seemed pretty chummy at the show. 

Check out what else went on at the 75th Golden Globe Awards -- you'd almost think golden statues heal all wounds.

Seth Meyers Slams Weinstein and Spacey ... To Open Globes 2018

1/7/2018 5:20 PM PST
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Seth Meyers came out swinging against Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey in a blistering opening monologue at the Golden Globes ... and he didn't pull any punches.

Meyers -- who's this year's host -- threw out two jokes aimed at the disgraced movie producer and actor back-to-back Sunday inside the Beverly Hilton hotel.

He said of Weinstein - the "elephant not in the room" --  "Harvey Weinstein isn't here tonight because, well, I've heard rumors he's crazy and difficult to work with. But don't worry, he'll be back in 20 years when he becomes the first person ever booed during the In Memoriam."

Meyers followed up right away with a jab at Spacey, saying ... "Well, despite everything that happened this year, the show goes on. For example, I was happy to hear they're going to do another season of 'House of Cards' ... is Christopher Plummer available for that, too?"

He also mocked Spacey's Southern accent in the show, adding ... "Oh, is that too mean? To Kevin Spacey?" 

We're probably in for a long night. 

Golden Globes 2018 Everyone Wore Black Except These Folks

1/7/2018 5:07 PM PST

The Golden Globes was a sea of black Sunday -- except for some speckles of red and white ... from a few ladies who apparently didn't get the memo. 

The only women who appeared not to wear black in solidarity with the Time's Up and #MeToo movement were German fashion model Barbara Meier and actress Blanca Blanco

Meier rocked a beige floral gown, and Blanco wore a revealing red dress -- reminiscent to her even more revealing outfit from last year's Globes. 

They might not immediately stand out as Hollywood heavyweights -- Meier was a winner on "Germany's Next Top Model" ... and Blanco has starred in flicks like "Showgirls 2" and "Bermuda Tentacles." 

The Prez of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, Meher Tatna, also did not wear black to the show.

Debra Messing at Golden Globes Calls Out E! Live for 'Pay Disparity' ... I Miss Catt Sadler

1/7/2018 3:23 PM PST

Debra Messing was the first actress in the Time's Up movement to take a swipe at E! on the red carpet for the Golden Globes ... calling them out for their apparent pay disparity.

Debra was being interviewed Sunday by E! host Giuliana Rancic, at which point Debra says ... "I was so shocked to hear that E! doesn't believe in paying their female co-hosts the same as their male co-hosts."

She goes on ... "I mean, I miss Catt Sadler. And so, we stand with her." 

It was an awkward interaction, especially since Giuliana did not directly address Debra's gripe about Catt -- who recently revealed that she left E! after discovering her male counterpart, Jason Kennedy, had been paid nearly double her salary for several years.

As we reported ... these interviews are all live and unvetted. Clearly, anything goes.

Golden Globes 2018 Draped in Black For 'Time's Up' Movement

1/7/2018 3:10 PM PST

Lots of women in Hollywood are showing up in solidarity for the 75th Golden Globe Awards -- dressed in all black ... and appearing with activists, including the founder of #MeToo.

Scores of actresses and their guests left their hotels for the Beverly Hilton hotel draped in a variety of black dresses and outfits.

Some big actresses have formed the activist group, Time's Up, and penned an open letter. Among them ... Meryl Streep, Reese Witherspoon, Debra MessingShonda Rhimes, Emma Stone, Charlize TheronSarah Jessica Parker and Michelle Williams, who brought #MeToo founder Tarana Burke as her guest. 

The blackout was staged as a protest of sorts, but it's also an effort to raise money for a legal defense fund for victims of sexual misconduct in the workplace. As of Sunday, the group had already raised upwards of $15 million, with a goal of at least $16 mil. 

As we reported ... wearing black to the Golden Globes was a pretty common fashion choice prior to 2018. Unclear who wore black for what reason, aside from those in Time's Up.

Golden Globes Live TV Coverage Anything Goes

1/7/2018 1:23 PM PST

The TV anchors and reporters covering Sunday's Golden Globes are walking a tightrope ... asking the wrong question or even an offhanded comment could put them in a world of hurt.  Yet people involved in the coverage tell us, many networks aren't imposing ground rules.

We've spoken with several on-camera folks, all of whom say their bosses haven't given specific instructions on interviewing celebs.  As one source put it, "They have clearly conveyed the sensitivity thing but haven't given me any instructions on what to say or what not to say."

One person who will be interviewing a number of celebs says, "Of course people are going to talk about the movement, but I also want to spend as much time on the celebration, celebrating their work."

Another personality says if someone goes off on Harvey Weinstein or anyone else for that matter, that person can have their say.  The personality says, "Pretty much no matter what they say I'm not going to weigh in.  It's not my place."

One thing seems almost universal ... especially with women wearing black dresses to make a statement about sexual harassment, you're not gonna hear a lot of "So what are you wearing?"

Golden Globes Tailor to the Stars ... Mad Rush on Black Dresses

1/7/2018 12:04 PM PST

There has been a race to the finish for a number of stars who will be attending the Golden Globes -- a race to score a black dress -- and we know this because of a famous tailor who can't keep up.

We've been asked not to mention the name of the tailoring & alteration company but a huge number of stylists use this shop, so the employees have context.

We're told in the past 2 weeks, there has been an insane run on black dresses that have come into the shop.  The number of dresses leaves stats for prior Golden Globes in the dust. 

The owner tells us normally they have a staff of five but they've hired on 10 more in the last week or so because of the swell.

What's more ... the shop owner says normally stylists bring in 2 to 3 dresses for the Golden Globes.  The range is now 6 to 10 dresses after the movement was announced. 

The owner also told us stylists said to her they were worried lots of people would show up in the same outfit, so they're asking for small changes.  The owner said they just turned a black dress backless and put a high slit on another.

Final thing -- the shop owner says some people have been asking for small hints of yellow ... underneath a slit, outlining a backless dress, a hem across the breast line.

Golden Globes Actresses No Stranger to Black Dresses

1/7/2018 11:17 AM PST

The Golden Globes solidarity movement for Sunday night's show is clearly strong ... but judging from last year, wearing black to the Globes is also simply a fashion statement embraced by a bunch of stars.

Check out the gallery from the 2017 Golden Globes ... black was the preferred color for Amy Adams, Winona Ryder, Meryl Streep, Heidi Klum, Jessica Biel, Mandy Moore, Kristen Bell, Octavia Spencer and many others.

The Golden Globes isn't as formal as some of the other awards shows, and black has been a default color.

What's unclear ... how many of the dresses you'll see tonight were already in the design or completion stage before the call to wear black as a statement of solidarity?

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