• Globes winners Steve McQueen, Matthew McConaughey and Jennifer Lawrence (Photos: Getty Images)

    It was a golden night for Matthew McConaughey, "American Hustle," and, after a painfully long wait, "12 Years a Slave."

    Steve McQueen's "Slave" won the top (and final) prize Sunday at tonight's 71st Annual Golden Globes — Best Motion Picture, Drama — but not before going 0-for-6 in other categories throughout the night.

    McConaughey pulled the night's biggest upset, besting favorites Chiwetel Ejiofor ("12 Years a Slave") and Robert Redford ("All Is Lost") in the Best Actor, Drama race. McConaughey, who won for his turn as an AIDS-infected hustler and underground meds-peddler in "Dallas Buyers Club," no doubt pleased his fans across the globe by stepping to the stage and uttering his trademark phrase of approval: "All right, all right, all right!"

    The twisty con-artist caper "American Hustle" notched three major awards: for Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy, Best Actress, Musical or Comedy for Amy Adams; and Best Supporting Actress for Jennifer Lawrence.

    It was the second consecutive

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  • Tina Fey, left, and Amy Poehler arrive at the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills on January 12, 2014. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)After absolutely killing it with their flawless tag-team opening last year, what could Golden Globes hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler possibly do for an encore? Why, lob more zingers at the Hollywood elite, of course!

    Shrugging off the pressure to do a lavish, Oscars-style number, Tina and Amy came out firing with a fresh set of one-liners. (Of course, it helps that they're two of the funniest joke-writers in the biz.)

    Here are the 16 jokes that further cemented Tina and Amy as the best award-shows hosts anywhere on the globe.

    1. Tina: "Welcome to the 71st Annual Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's Lee Daniels' The Butler Golden Globe Awards."

    2. Amy: "A very good evening to all the women and gay men watching at home."

    3. Tina, on the pair returning as hosts: "This is Hollywood, where if something works, they'll just keep doing it till everyone hates it!"

    4. Tina: "Meryl Streep was so brilliant in 'August: Osage County,' proving that there are still great parts in Hollywood for Meryl Streeps over 60."

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  • Jacqueline Bissett at the 71st Annual Golden Globe AwardJacqueline Bissett at the 71st Annual Golden Globe Award

    You've heard of "Dancing With the Stars," but what about "Dancing On the Edge?" The BBC miniseries was a surprise winner at this year's Golden Globes, with the legendary Jacqueline Bisset nabbing the Best Supporting Actress category for her role in the series nearly 50 years after her first Golden Globe nomination.

    The 69-year old actress — who played the reclusive Lady Lavinia Cremone in the series — beat out "Nashville's" Hayden Panettiere, "Modern Family's" Sofia Vergara, Janet McTeer ("White Queen"), and Monica Potter ("Parenthood") for the award.

    Bisset's win came 45 years after her first Golden Globe nomination — in 1968 she was recognized in the category of Most Promising Newcomer for her role in "The Sweet Ride" — and it was worth the wait. Upon accepting her award, the emotional actress thanked the Hollywood Foreign Press and said, "You've nominated me about five times… I'm going to get this together. I want to thank the people that have given me joy, and there have been many

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  • We're only a few awards in and the Golden Globes has evolved into a full-on who-can-swear-more-contest between Elisabeth Moss or Jacqueline Bisset.

    Let's recap: Moss dropped a "holy sh--" bomb after winning for "Top of the Lake." But the speech that really has us reeling comes from Bisset, whose work in "Dancing on the Edge" earned her a trophy for Best Supporting Actress in a Mini-Series or TV Movie.

    It started with a really awkward silence, like she was leafing through a file cabinet in her brain, trying to find her words. And when she did begin, it was fairly standard. The 69-year-old British beauty thanked the HFPA. She told us about being named "Promising Newcomer" by them 47 years ago. Then, stuff got weird. "You've nominated me about five times," she said. And that's true. Bisset was most recently nominated in 1999 for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV for her work in "Joan of Arc." No, she was not nominated

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  • Watchers of the 2014 Golden Globes red carpet were seeing red — the hot color this year — but the carpet also featured a succession of glowing moms-to-be.

    Drew Barrymore, Olivia Wilde, and "Scandal" star Kerry Washington all proudly boasted baby bumps in three very different gowns.

    (Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

    Barrymore was her typical daring self. The 38-year-old star, who's expecting her second baby girl this spring (daughter Olive is 1), wore a bold pink and red flowery Monique Lhuillier dress, just in time for the release of her new nature photography book, "Find It in Everything," due out this week.

    [Related: Check Out Photos From the Golden Globes Red Carpet]

    "She's making a pregnant lady feel really good right now," Barrymore told E!'s Ryan Seacrest of her famous designer. "It was so undramatic. You try on several dresses and look really not so great. And then you try on one and you're like 'That's it, I'm done.'" Indeed, Barrymore was no shrinking violet in this gown!

    (Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

    Washington, nominated for Best Actress in a

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  • Jennifer Lawrence scored early at the Golden Globes with Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture. She also gets our vote for Best Supporting Actress on the Red Carpet for her fan-girl freakout before the festivities.

    [ Photos: Stars arrive at the 2014 Golden Globes ]

    J.Law snuck up on Taylor Swift as the latter was giving an interview to E!’s Ryan Seacrest. After creeping up on Swift, the two hugged it out and the lovefest began.

    Although the "Hunger Games" star admitted that she had never been to a Swift concert, she did see the performer on the Country Music Association Awards.

    "Oh my god, I freaked out over the CMAs," said the movie star. "I sent her a text message that was six inches long."

    "It was the most heartfelt text message," said Swift.

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  • Designer Breaks Silence Over Infamous Lara Flynn Boyle Tutu Dress

    Lara Flynn Boyle at the 2003 Golden Globe Awards, Inset - designer David CardonaLara Flynn Boyle at the 2003 Globes, Inset - designer David Cardona (Photo: WireImage/FilmMagic); Who can forget the ballerina-inspired number Lara Flynn Boyle wore to the Golden Globe Awards in 2003?

    Designer David Cardona, who dressed the actress dozens of times, including on that fateful night, can't. "'You'll see. Watch what happens,'" he recalls Boyle telling him as he nervously readied her for her ballerina-inspired debut — foreboding words in retrospect.

    The L.A.-based designer spoke publicly for the first time about the infamous tutu dress, telling Yahoo Movies, "People are still talking about it 10 years later … like Miley [Cyrus] — we're still talking about her, aren't we?"

    [Related: Who's Winning at the Globes? Golden Predictions from the Awards Circuit]

    In case you don't remember, critics have often pegged the outfit as being on par with Bjork's notorious swan dress. "That was a little more 'Sesame Street,'" argues Cardona, explaining enormous detail went into Boyle's decidedly couture design. The torso of garment was made of "very soft suede," he says of a detail that

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  • Both awkward and adorable: Macaulay Culkin and Mickey Rooney at the 1991 Golden Globe Awards.

    The stars come bejeweled, coutured, and coiffed. The invite list often includes those rare-yet-darling child acting savants (though I think everyone agrees the omission of Quvenzhané Wallis from last year's nominees list was egregious). The attendees of age sit at their champagne-adorned tables and have a few sips... even gulps.

    Unlike the Oscars, the Golden Globe Awards show has the unique reputation as the place where anything can happen and does. It's looser, and so are its roomful of winners, losers, presenters, power players, and hosts.

    Get a roomful of alcohol-buzzed celebs, throw in a few kids, point some cameras at 'em and you have the recipe for some pretty awkward and adorable moments. Here are our top 10 from Globes past:

    1. Brendan Fraser's Goofy Clap Miss

    It happened at the 2010 show when, sadly, Fraser wasn't even nominated. (He's actually never been nominated for a Globe. Eek. But he has presented a handful of times.) People were so psyched about the actor's spazzy handclap

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  • Golden Globes Comedies'The Tourist' and 'My Week With Marilyn' (Photo: Columbia / Weinstein Co.)

    What you've gotta respect about the Golden Globes: They recognize comedy, a genre the Oscars ignores with infuriating regularity.

    What you've gotta question about the Golden Globes: How exactly they define the term "comedy."

    It's easy to define a musical – which is why seemingly every musical pumped out of Hollywood makes the cut in the Globes' Best Picture – Musical or Comedy category.

    This year's slate – which includes the quasi-comedies "American Hustle," "The Wolf of Wall Street," "Her" and "Nebraska" (as well as the quasi-musical "Inside Llewyn Davis") isn't so bad (in fact the quintet as a whole might be stronger than the Drama category). But some of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's choices for non-musicals in the category have been downright dubious in recent years.

    The prevalent theory is the HFPA will shoehorn star-studded non-comedies or musicals into this category to get more big-name celebrities to come to their party.

    Here are some of the very unfunniest to get nods

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  • Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosting the 2013 GlobesTina Fey and Amy Poehler hosting the 2013 Globes (Photo: Getty Images)

    You probably don't need us to tell you to watch the Golden Globes on Sunday.

    After all, it's the awards ceremony that's second only to the Oscars when it comes to stargazing, speech-making and general celebrity gossip-conjuring. It's the awards show where the atmosphere is low-key and the bubbly flows freely, bringing an informal "anything goes" kind of vibe — and anything often does.

    Well, in case you need some specifics as to why you should tune in to NBC on Sunday, Jan. 12 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT to watch Amy Poehler and Tina Fey rock their co-hosting gig for the second year in a row, here's a list of seven things that will be happening in and around the Beverly Hilton Hotel that you won't want to miss.

    1. Red Carpet Mania

    When it comes to the Golden Globes, the warm-up is almost as good as the show proper, with all of Hollywood's finest showing off their stunning fashion sense on the red carpet. Last year, Jennifer Lawrence turned heads in her red Dior Haute Couture gown, Emily Blunt

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