All the action from the 70th Golden Globes. The biggest contenders: Steven Spielberg's Civil War epic Lincoln
, Ang Lee's shipwreck story Life of Pi
and Kathryn Bigelow's Osama bin Laden manhunt thriller Zero Dark Thirty
And that's folks. See you on Oscar day
Giant killer Argo wins Best Picture - Drama and Best Director. Wow!
And the Golden Globe goes too - Argo!
So Lincoln and Zero Dark Thirty have only picked up one award each. But wait, Best Picture - Drama is coming up.
Daniel Day-Lewis wins Best Actor - Drama for Lincoln. No surprises there!
And lucky Jess gets her award and a hug from gorgeous George (who's middle-aged self was voted better looking than his younger self by Tina and Amy)
Jessica Chastain wins Best Actress - Drama for Zero Dark Thirty
Tina and Amy have changed into the dresses they wore on the red carpet. And George Clooney is onstage now
Les Miserables wins the face-off with Silver Linings Playbook. What will happen at the Oscars?
All rise for Les Miserables, Best Picture - Comedy/Musical
Kate Hudson and Best Actor nominee Ewan McGregor - this picture was posted by @goldenglobes on Twitter
Les Miserables scores 2 acting awards for Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway. Oscars next? Django Unchained also has 2 wins. 1 each for Argo, Silver Linings Playbook and Life Of Pi
Yay! Hugh Jackman wins Best Actor - Comedy/Musical for Les Miserables
He's introducing Silver Linings Playbook, which is up for Best Picture - Comedy/Musical and has already won Best Actress for Jennifer Lawrence
Winner backstage - Anne Hathaway (Bst Supporting Actress for Les Miserables
) and Claire Danes (Best TV Actress - Drama for Homeland
). This picture was posted by @goldenglobes on Twitter
A flurry of tweets for Ben Affleck. He beat Steven Spielberg, Kathryn Bigelow, Ang Lee and Quentin Tarantino for Best Director. This, days after he was snubbed in the Oscar nominations. Are you watching, Academy?
Lena Dunham strikes again! Girls wins Best TV Series - Comedy/Musical
Affleck wins Best Director for Argo. What an upset for Steven Spielberg and Kathryn Bigelow!
Halle Berry's presenting the Best Director award
Sofia Vergara rocks her dress! She lost the Best Supporting TV Actress award to Maggie Smith but she's still one of our favourite girls. She was worried about a repeat of her wardrobe malfunction at the Emmys, but never fear - this dress looks like it's holding up well
Robert Downey Jr is here now. He's presenting the Cecil B DeMille award for Lifetime Achievement to Jodie Foster. Jodie is the star of acclaimed films such as Taxi Driver and Silence Of The Lambs. She's a two time Golden Globe winner
Lena Dunham beat both Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. They're consoling themselves with alcohol
Feast your eyes on Anne Hathaway's glorious white Chanel dress
She's also lost the Golden Globe for Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical! Lena Dunham wins for Girls
Tina Fey's lost her wig and moustache
Brave wins Best Animated Feature Film
Ahem, it's Sacha Baron Cohen. This time, as himself - not as The Dictator or any other outrageous character! He takes a dig at Daniel Day-Lewis and Hugh Jackman, calling him Jackson!
Homeland has scored the biggest TV wins - Best TV Drama, Best TV Actor and Best TV Actress
Claire Danes does it again! She wins Best TV Actress - Drama for Homeland. This is her third Globe in 3 years and her second in a row for Homeland
Amour is a big contender at the Oscars this year. It's up for Best Picture, Director and Actress
And the Golden Globe for the Best Foreign Language Film goes to Amour
So we've had a former US Prez and now a the former Governor of California on stage
Muscle up for the Terminator and Rambo! Arnie and Stallone are presenting now
Don Cheadle wins Best TV Actor - Comedy/Musical, for House Of Lies
I'm happy to be surprised, says Tarantino
So that's two wins for Django Unchained. One each for Silver Linings Playbook, Les Miserables and Life Of Pi
Qunetin Tarantino wins Best Screenplay for Django Unchained
There's a vampire in the house! Robert Pattinson and Amanda Seyfried present the writing award
Va va voom! Wolf whistle for Halle Berry please
Les Miserables scores it's first award! Anne Hathaway wins Best Supporting Actress
Jamie Foxx introduces Django Unchained. Up for a slew of awards including Best Picture - Drama, Django Unchained has already scooped the Best Supporting Actor award for Christoph Waltz
Ed Harris wins Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Mini Series or TV Movie for Game Change
Here's Best Supporting Actor Christoph Waltz with his Globe
And the Golden Globe for Best Actress Comedy/Musical goes to Jennifer Lawrence for Silver Linings Playbook! Yay! An Oscar portent?
Tommy Lee Jones didn't look amused though. Everyone else is cracking up at the two
And, haha, they just called Jennifer Lawrence JLo!
More funny people on stage! Joining Miss Moustaches Tina Fey are Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell
Stand up for the (former) President please. Bill Clinton is onstage. What is he doing here? He's introducing Lincoln, up for a slew of awards including Best Picture (Drama), Best Actor (Drama) and Best Director
And the Golden Globe goes to Kevin Costner! Costner wins Best Actor in a Mini Series of TV Movie for Hatfields & McCoys
In case you were wondering where Tina Fey has gotten to, she's in the audience in a wig, moustache and glasses!
The stunning Jessica Alba and Kiefer Sutherland present the award for Best Actor in a Mini Series or Motion Picture made for TV
Mr & Mrs James Bond look rather fetching! They'll be cheering Adele's win
Here's Best Actress nominee Jessica Chastain in pale blue Calvin Klein
Woohoo! Adele wins Best Original Song for Skyfall
And the Golden Globe goes to Mychael Danna for Life Of Pi
Jennifer Lopez and Jason Statham are presenting Best Original Score. The always glam JLo doesn't disappoint with her finger waves and lace gown
So that's 2 wins each for Game Change and Homeland. If Claire Danes wins Best TV Actress for Homeland, it will be her third Globe in a row
Viva Homeland! It gets Best TV Series - Drama
And the Golden Globe goes to Damian Lewis for Homeland
Salma Hayek and Paul Rudd are presenting Best Actor - TV series
Rosario Dawson, a vision in blue, introduces The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, up for Best Comedy/Musical
The stunning Catherine Zeta-Jones introduces Les Miserables, up for Best Comedy/Musical, Best Actor for Hugh Jackman and Best Supporting Actress for Anne Hathaway
A second win for Game Change! Julianne Moore wins Best Actress in a Mini Series or TV Movie for playing Sarah Palin. This is Julianne's second Golden Globe
Game Change wins Best Mini Series or Motion Picture made for TV
Mr and Miss Golden Globe for this year - Sam Fox, son of Michael J. Fox, and Francesca Eastwood, daughter of Clint Eastwood.
This is Christoph Waltz's second Golden Globe (he won for Inglorious Basterds) and Dame Smith's third
Maggie Smith wins Best Supporting Actress in a TV series, mini series or TV movie for Downtown Abbey
And the Golden Globe goes to Christoph Waltz for Django Unchained
The first presenters are Bradley Cooper and Kate Hudson giving out the award for Best Supporting Actor
And they roast Anne Hathaway - we haven't seen anyone so alone and abandoned since you were on stage at the Oscars with James Franco, they say about her Les Miserables performance. These ladies are lethal
A dig at previous host Ricky Gervais! He isn't technically in showbiz anymore, quips Tina
And the show begins! Tina Fey (in metallic blue) and Amy Poehler (in dark red) jump right in with a joke - you can smell the pills from here, says cheeky Amy
Stunning Claire Danes in red Versace. She was pregnant at the Globes last year (she won!) and she's fit and fabulous an incredible ONE month after giving birth. Wow!
Remember Jennifer Lawrence's red Calvin Klein triumph at the Oscars a couple of years ago? She does it again, this time in red Dior. We think she looks lovely
Kathryn Bigelow is up for the Best Director Award for Osama manhunt film Zero Dark Thirty
Megan Fox and husband Brian Austin Green strike a pose
A galaxy of stars have arrived on the red carpet which is, um, a sea of red! Nominees Jennifer Lawrence and Claire Danes are both in fire engine red
Good morning folks. We're excited about the Golden Globes this year. Tine Fey and Amy Poehler presenting, lots of great films and actors nominated. Stay tuned with us.
Join us at 6am IST on Monday, January 14 for live coverage of the red carpet and awards