Monday, 17 January 2011

Pregnant Natalie Portman wins best actress as The Social Network scoops top honours at the Golden Globes

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By BAZ BAMIGBOYE

Honoured: Natalie Portman won best actress for her role as a tortured ballerina in Black Swan at the Golden Globes last night in Los Angles


Colin Firth scoops best actor for The King's Speech

Glee named best television series as it takes three awards

Christian Bale and Melissa Leo scoop best supporting actor and actress for The Fighter


Natalie Portman was named best actress for Black Swan at the Golden Globes tonight as The Social Network scooped trophy for best film.

Pregnant Portman thanked her parents and fiancé Benjamin Millepied as she made her acceptance speech for her trophy, which honoured her portrayal of a tortured ballerina in the critically acclaimed movie.

After giving a nod to her parents for 'bringing me into this world', the 29-year-old added: 'And thank you to Benjamin for helping me to bring more creation into the world'.


Happy couple: Natalie Portman seen here arriving with her fiance Benjamin Millepied, who she thanked after winning her award for helping her bring 'more creation into the world'


Millepied, who choreographed the movie, and Portman met on set while filming last year.

Colin Firth won the best actor gong for The King's Speech for his portrayal of King George VI.

Glee was also a big winner of the night with three awards and The Fighter also performed well with nods to Christian Bale and co-star Melissa Leo for best supporting actor and actress.


British star: Colin Firth won best actor for his portrayal of King George VI in The King's Speech


What a night: Social Network star Jesse Eisenberg on the red carpet and the movie's write Aaron Sorkin holding his award for best screenplay


The Social Network's executive producer Kevin Spacey with producers, from left, Cean Chaffin, Dana Brunetti, Scott Rudin, and Michael De Luca pose with their award for best motion picture


Chris Colfer won the best supporting actor Golden Globe for his role as the camp pupil in Glee while co-star Jane Lynch was honoured for her role as the sadistic coach Sue Sylvester.

Lead-acting honors for the Globes' musical or comedy categories went to Annette Bening for the lesbian-family story The Kids Are All Right and Paul Giamatti for the curmudgeon tale Barney's Version.

Best performance by an actor in a TV drama series went to Steve Buscemi for the HBO gangster series Boardwalk Empire which will be shown On the new Sky Atlantic channel in the Spring.


Posing together: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie joined Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas for a photo


Smartening up her man: Angelina was seen adjusting Brad's bow tie during the ceremony


Award for best TV drama series went to the very same Boardwalk Empire, beating The Good Wife and Mad Men.

Justin Beiber, the teen pop sensation, co-presented the best animated film along with another child sensation Hailee Steinfeld, star of the film True Grit, to the Disney -Pixar film Toy Story 3.

Al Pacino took the Golden Globe, and a standing ovation, for best performance by an actor in a film made for TV in You Don't Know Jack.


Say cheese: The cast of Glee pose together backstage after their show won in the TV series, musical or comedy category


Gleeful: Chris Colfer accepts his award for best supporting actor in a series for his role in Glee while co-star Jane Lynch was also honoured


Cheers: Glee star Matthew Morrison is seen raising a glass during the show although he missed out on winning the best actor award


Claire Danes took the best actress statuette for the TV film Temple Grandin which will be shown on Sky TV later in the year.

Aaron Sorkin won best film screenplay for the Facebook movie The Social Network.
Ricky Gervais proved to be an acid-tongued host as he presided over the ceremony.


Thumbs up: Christian Bale won a trophy for best performance by an actor in a supporting role for The Fighter and was presented with the award by Scarlett Johansson


Delighted: Actress Melissa Leo won best actress in a supporting role for The Fighter


Having earlier introduced Bruce Willis as 'Ashton Kutcher's dad', he then went for Robert Downey Jr.

He started by listing his film credits but said Downey would be better known for his stays at ' the Betty Ford Clinic and the facility of the Los Angeles jail'.

When he came on stage Downey commented that it was 'mean spirited'.


Controversial: Host Ricky Gervais was full of quips, and a good few insults too, as he presided over the ceremony


Harsh: Gervais joked about Robert Downey Jr. time in rehab when he introduced him on stage while Social Network star Andrew Garfield tripped over his words when he appeared on stage to present an award


Downey then proceeded to suggest that he would sleep with all of the contenders in the best film actress in a comedy or a musical in front of his wife.

The award went to Annette Bening who was sitting with husband Warren Beatty.

Bening touchingly acknowledged her husband by saying she wanted to thank 'the 1962 winner of the most promising actor Golden Globe, my husband Warren Beatty'.


Double act: Alec Baldwin and Jennifer Lopez, in stunning white gown, present an award while Tilda Swinton poses with winner Claire Danes after presenting her with a Golden Globe for her movie Temple Grandin


Michael Douglas and his wife Catherine Zeta Jones were led through a new empty ballroom at the Beverly Hilton so they could slip away with the minimum of fuss.

'No late nights', Douglas said to the Daily Mail as he left the ceremony.

The MailOnline shook hands with him, for the second time of the night, and while he's getting better the actor still seemed frail.


Proud moment: The producers of Carlos hold up their award for best mini-series or motion picture made for TV


Best television series: The cast and crew of the show Boardwalk Empire pose backstage with their award


However his wife was all no nonsense and was eager to get him home to rest.

But as they were leaving the Beverly Hilton Michael Douglas and his wife were persuaded to stop by the joint party for The King's Speech and The Fighter.

The couple sat on a leather sofa in a quieter corner of the sprawling marquee erected at the back of the hotel.


Glitzy: A view from above shows the stars milling around on the red carpet outside the Beverly Hilton hotel











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