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BEST: ''T-Bone'' Streep keeps it real
''In my long career I've played so many extraordinary women, basically I'm getting mistaken for one,'' Streep said, accepting the Globe for Best Actress in a Musical/Comedy for her work in Julie & Julia. The ever-modest actress — who joked about changing her name to that of Best Original Song winner T-Bone Burnett — was among the first to acknowledge the dissonance the crowd seemed to feel about popping champagne corks while so many suffered in Haiti. Her plan for getting through? ''Shoot some money to Partners in Health, put the dress on, put on a smile, and be damn grateful that you have the dollars to help.... I am really grateful.''
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BEST/WORST: Martin Scorsese wins the Cecil B. DeMille Award
The jam-packed highlight reel of Scorsese's groundbreaking films left us scratching our heads (''He directed THAT too?'') and updating our Netflix queues to relive unforgettable moments from hits like GoodFellas and underappreciated gems including The King of Comedy. Too bad his acceptance speech dragged on, becoming another tedious moment in a too-long show.
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BEST: Glee wins Best TV Series, Musical/Comedy
What seemed like the entire cast of the freshman-season fave piled on stage to collect their Globe. Series creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy thanked the Hollywood Foreign Press Association ''and Ms. Barbra Streisand,'' dedicating the win to ''anybody and everybody who got a wedgie in high school.'' Awwww.
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BEST: Sandra Bullock wins Best Actress, Drama
Sandra Bullock thanked the hair and makeup artists (''sculptors from the outside-in'') who transformed her for her award-winning turn as Leigh Anne Tuohy in The Blind Side, as well as her husband, Jesse James. ''There's no surprise that my work got better when I met you,'' she told James, choking up. ''Because I never knew what it felt like for someone to have my back.''
2011 UPDATE: Of course, we now know what unfolded for Bullock and James in the next few months...
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WORST: Chloë Sevigny nearly gets de-frocked
Poor Chloë couldn't catch a break. First, the Big Love star had her dress ripped at the podium as presenters Kristen Bell and Chace Crawford looked on (blame her escort, who apparently tripped over her train). Then her name was misspelled on the screen (''Chloi''). Oh well, winning the Globe for Best Actress in a Supporting Role should take some of the sting out of the trip to the seamstress.
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WORST: Ricky Gervais as host
Ricky Gervais kicked off the show with the obligatory jokes about the recent late night drama (''Let's get on with it before NBC replaces me with Jay Leno'') and the surplus of plastic surgery in the room, copping to having had a penis reduction (''It's just the one, now''). For the rest of the show he was barely there, appearing occasionally to shill for his DVDs and upcoming HBO series.
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BEST: Up wins Best Animated Film
In introducing the nominees, Paul McCartney ''or as I'm now known, that guy from Rock Band'' cheekily reminded us that ''animation is not just for children. It is also for adults who take drugs.''
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?BEST: Robert Downey Jr. wins Best Actor
The Sherlock Holmes star blamed his wife for the fact that he was (literally) speechless: ''First of all, I want to thank Susan Downey, who told me that Matt Damon was going to win, so don't bother to prepare a speech.'' ''I don't have anyone to thank,'' Downey Jr. joked. ''They needed me. Avatar was gonna take us to the cleaners! If they didn't have me, we didn't have a shot, buddy!''
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?WORST: James Cameron's speeches
?The man who proclaimed himself the ''king of the world'' when he picked up the Best Director Oscar for Titanic back in '97 hasn't learned much about humility. While he gets points for acknowledging his fellow nominee (and ex-wife) Kathryn Bigelow, his self-indulgent speeches — in one he even spoke a few lines in the made-up language of the Na'vi — rubbed us the wrong way. Especially the part when he said he'd gone to the bathroom so he could take his time. Blech.