January 12, 2015
Last night's Golden Globes reminded us of everything we love about the award show: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, and nothing else. The most talked about outfit looked like it was inspired by Little House on the Prairie. And in terms of the actual awards, the big winners were an almost three hour movie that took 12 years to film, and a movie made by a nerdy guy who looks more likely to almost run you over with his bike than make an actual movie worth watching. Skeletor Giuliana Rancic interviewed unenthusiastic stars on the red carpet, while Ryan Seacrest promoted his new Little People, Big Clothes line sponsored by Kevin Hart. Tbh, the only way I survived was by playing a drinking game where you drink every time Tina and Amy aren't on stage. Simple rules, fun results. Here's to hoping that Amal finally gets fed up with the dumb jokes and loses her shit at the Oscars.
Just because you're sleeping with a President on TV doesn't mean you have to dress like a fugly First Lady. If Michelle Obama wore shorts that one time, you can wear your hair down, Olivia.
Keira Knightley just wanted to get everyone's opinion on the drapes for her future child's nursery, so she wore them.
This woman is hotter at 77 than I have ever been, or ever will be, in my whole entire life.
She can do no wrong. Chrissy Teigen is killin' the game. Suck on that, Forever 21.
Emma Stone knew her boyfriend wasn't going to come so she wore the official symbol of powerful single women everywhere, a pantsuit.
Lorde's first time borrowing a Conair straighter from her boyfriend. It went OK, she only had to call Taylor Swift, like, six times.
This dress is the perfect combination of slutty and white. The only reasonable explanation is that Kate Hudson came directly from a wedding of someone that she hates.
Orange you glad I didn't say Jonah Hill?
You can take the girl out of the Scientologist, but you can't take the Scientologist out of the girl.
Jennifer Lopez looks so good she's gonna get upgraded to The Voice next season.
Allison Williams and Lena Dunham decided to match dresses. The theme was red and disgusting.
Arnold thought he was the only one who could wear dresses, but Gerald sure proved him wrong.
Everything Tina and Amy did last night was perfect. Well, except they each made one mistake...
It's the Starbucks mermaid logo come to life. Usually, I would love this, but all I can think of is all the hipster barista's taking their fifth cold shower.
Rachel Green used to be chic and work at Ralph Lauren, now Emma just cusses her out for embarrassing her outside a Wet Seal.
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