Acting & Reacting: Faces Of The Golden Globes

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Last night's 67th Annual Golden Globes saw laughs, tears, surprises, disappointments, and lots of drinking. In this gallery, we compile how these moments played out among stars.

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Edie Falco's reaction to Sofía Vergara pronouncing her name "Eddie."


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That girl from Glee got all musical-theater-y about her loss.


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Mo'Nique wants that fucking camera out of her face right now.


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Mad Men's Christina Hendricks was sharing a private moment with someone at her table when she realized the camera was on her.


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The Wrestler (Mickey Rourke) kissed The Boxer (Mike Tyson.)


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And then he lovingly cradled his face in his manicured hands.


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Mercury poisoning.


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It was much more evident in HD, but John Lithgow had tears streaming down his face when Michael C. Hall won for Dexter.


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Do you think this guy reminded Tracy Morgan about consequences of having too good of a time, and alcohol-monitoring bracelets?


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During a commercial break, Pierce Brosnan was trying to make his way through the crowd and got annoyed when Colin Farrell and his girlfriend wouldn't get out of the way.


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He was pissed.


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Paul McCartney was a little taken aback when Ricky Gervais made a joke about his divorce settlement with Heather Mills.


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Despite the fact that—a possibly constipated—Arnold is Austrian, the camera focused on him during the acceptance speech for Best Foreign Film (which was German).


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Morgan Freeman did not give a shit about Kevin Bacon's role in some TV movie he never watched.


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Stanley Tucci felt bad about a joke made at Alec Baldwin's expense.


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Emily Blunt's "I lost to fucking Sandra Bullock?" face.


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Carey Mulligan gets An Education in losing gracefully.


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Gerard Butler is a mouth breather, easily bored, and thoroughly confused.


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Joseph Gordon-Levitt is as shocked as the rest of us that he was nominated for Best Actor.


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For someone who's supposed to be a good actor, Tobey Maguire sure sucks butt at pretending he's not pissed that he lost Best Actor to a pothead like Jeff Bridges.


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You'd think Jason Reitman would be happy that he won for Best Screenplay, but he seems disappointed that he lost for Best Director.


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But Nora Ephron took her loss the hardest. She was shocked and appalled that The Hangover beat out Julie & Julia.


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She ripped up her acceptance speech.

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I COULD NOT be more pleased that The Hangover beat Julie and Julia. Nora Ephron's face is absolutely priceless.