We're live in the TMZ newsroom as the staff has gathered around to watch this year's Golden Globes (pizza and non-alcoholic beverages abound). We'll be posting results and reactions as they happen, so keep refreshing this page all night long!
For some reason, we didn't do a Globes pool in the office. The best way to make anything more enjoyable is to put money down on it. No matter; the Globes have a more foolproof way to make any event fun: alcohol.
(All times listed are Eastern)
7:58 - The 37 hours of live red carpet coverage is finally winding down. Do you think some of the E! hosts just slept on the red carpet last night? Red carpet highlights included: Issac Mizrahi looking down Teri Hatcher's dress (and touching almost everyone he interviewed), Melissa Rivers interviewing Ludacris, and Joan Rivers misidentifying Colin Firth.
I think the Rivers women should host every event. Imagine Melissa at the Kentucky Derby: "Hi Mom! I'm here with Seabiscuit!"
8:02 - I'm not sure if you knew this, but Mariah Carey had a really big year last year. Who knew?
8:03 - Johnny Depp is the coolest man on Earth.
8:05 - The opening song just ended and my ears are bleeding. Couldn't they have sprung for a real song?
8:08 - First winner of the night: Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture goes to George Clooney in 'Syriana.' No surprise there.
8:11 - Rachel Weisz takes the Globe for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for 'The Constant Gardener.' Acceptance speeches have been boring so far. No one is drunk yet.
8:18 - Paul Newman wins Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or TV Movie. Ok, seriously, what the hell does Jeremy Piven have to do to win!!!???
8:21 - Sandra Oh can barely put together a sentence after winning for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries or TV Movie.
8:26 - Drew Barrymore is introducing a clip from 'Good Night, and Good Luck.; We all concur she's not wearing a bra.
8:30 - Nicollette Sheridan and Jesse L. Martin present the award Best Actress in a Drama Series to Geena Davis. The big buzz on the red carpet was that Nicollette wasn't showing up tonight. Good reporting everyone.
8:32 - Geena just made up a story about a little girl telling her that it was because of 'Commander in Chief' that she now feels she can grow up to be president. Who knew Geena had a sense of humor?
8:35 - Hugh Laurie wins for Best Actor in a Drama Series. The fact that Ian McShane from 'Deadwood' wasn't nominated is just plain wrong. And they made him present the award! That's just mean.
8:44 - Melanie Griffith's daughter is Miss Golden Globe. She looks REALLY happy to be there.
8:47 - Best Miniseries or TV Movie goes to 'Empire Falls.' It's not TV, it's HBO!
8:49 - William Petersen won the "Gets to Present with Pam Anderson" lottery. They present Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Series to Steve Carell for 'The Office.' Big year for Carell, but Jason Lee should win just for that mustache.
8:52 - Steve Carell takes the lead for best acceptance speech. And while we're at it, TMZ would like to also thank his wife.
8:58 - Tim Robbins introduces 'The Constant Gardener.' Someone should introduce him to a haircut.
9:01 - Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy goes to Reese Witherspoon for 'Walk the Line.' That was the easiest pick of the night. I hope she says "baby, baby, baby" during her speech.
9:05 - Chris Rock gives the award for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy Series to Mary Louise Parker for 'Weeds.' Loved the shot of Teri Hatcher bowing. It's nice to see 'Desperate Housewives' not win something for a change.
9:06 - Mary thanked John Spencer in her speech. Still can't believe he's gone.
9:14 - Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Movie goes to Jonathan Rhys Meyers for his Elvis homage. Seems like if you can do a decent impression of a dead celeb, you can win awards.
9:18 - S. Epatha Merkerson wins Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie for 'Lackawanna Blues.' Let's hope she reaches into her dress again. On second thought...
9:21 - You can't see it at home, but every time the ceremony goes to commercial, people make a mad dash for the bar. Drunken acceptance speeches should come any minute now.
9:26 - Harrison Ford is wearing an earring. Just thought we'd point that out.
9:28 - Best Screenplay goes to Larry McMurtry and Dianna Ossana for 'Brokeback Mountain.' First of what should be many wins tonight.
9:36 - 'Desperate Houseives' wins for Best Musical or Comedy TV Series despite the fact it isn't a musical or a comedy. But that hasn't stopped it so far. It's a great show, just not a comedy.
9:40 - Best Foreign Language Film goes to 'Paradise Now.' We were kind of hoping 'Kung Fu Hustle' would win just to hear the theme music from the movie. Great flick.
9:48 - John Williams wins Best Score for 'Memoirs of a Geisha.' Is there any movie he doesn't do the score for?
9:49 - Hey it's Mariah Carey. I hear she had an album come out recently. She just gave out Best Original Song to "A Love That Will Never Grow Old'' from 'Brokeback Mountain.' The consensus in the office is that everyone is a little Mariah-ed out.
9:56 - Why does Gwyneth Paltrow keep calling Anthony Hopkins "Antony"? Someone should tell her she isn't British.
10:06 - When do we get back to the real awards?
10:14 - Clint Eastwood hands out the Best Director award to Ang Lee for 'Brokeback Mountain.' No one makes a gay cowboy movie like Ang Lee.
10:18 - John Travolta gave a really creepy intro before giving the Best Actor in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy to Joaquin Phoenix for 'Walk the Line.'
10:28 - Renee Zellweger gives Best Motion Picture Musical or Comedy to 'Walk the Line.' One of the producers just thanked someone named "T-Bone."
10:35 - Best TV Drama time. If 'Lost' doesn't win...
10:36 - Whew. 'Lost' wins. All is right with the world.
10:40 - Felicity Huffman wins Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama for playing a woman about to become a man. No one gives more genuine speeches than Felicity.
10:50 - Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama goes to Philip Seymour Hoffman. Nice to see a lifelong second banana get the recognition he deserves.
10:55 - Best Motion Picture Drama goes to... it's a shocker!!! It's 'Brokeback Mountain'! Who could have guessed?
10:57 - Ok, not only did the Golden Globes end on time, it ended early! Way to go NBC.
Well, it looks like 'Brokeback Mountain' and the cast from 'Walk the Line' will be the ones to beat come Oscar time. Be sure to check out all our videos and red carpet photo galleries and we'll see you for the Academy Awards.