As with many of these things, the Golden Globes red carpet was a mess of questionable fashion choices, awkward interviews, and, of course, Ryan Seacrest. Beyond the best and worst dressed, we've collected some of the best and weirdest moments as we got ready for the big show.
The E! don's giant hair was a point of conversation for its, well, height.
Ryan Seacrest's hair is positively Conan O'Brien-esque cc @tandcmag— Danielle Stein (@danisteinchizz) January 13, 2013
Katharine McPhee's Sideboob
Ryan Seacrest awkwardly interviewed the star of NBC's Smash about her sideboob-tastic dress. "You can't avoid it," Seacreast said. Consensus seems to be that cleavage was big on this year's red carpet, and McPhee was one of its champions:
Zooey Deschanel's Nails
Okay, they're just cute.
Aziz Ansari Called Giuliana Rancic Racist
After Rancic asked Ansari to show her some dance moves because she thinks he "has good rhythm," the Parks & Rec star asked her if that was because of his "chocolate skin tone" and proceeded to teach her a dance called "What? That's Racist! Don't Say That Again."
Jennifer Lawrence Did Not Shake Seacrest's Hand
He mentioned she had the flu.
I don't care if it's b/c she didn't want to share her germs, Jennifer Lawrence's "I don't want to shake your hand" to Seacrest was PERFECT.— Danielle Turchiano (@danielletbd) January 14, 2013
Eva Longoria Wore Angelina Jolie's Leg
After Angelina Jolie's leg became one of the memes of last year's Oscars, Longoria appeared to want to emulate her to viral stardom.
The Angelina Jolie leg has arrived....and it's stuck to Eva Longoria! #Globes— MariaElena Fernandez (@writerchica) January 14, 2013
It would appear that Eva Longoria is attempting to get her leg its own Twitter handle tonight. #goldenglobes— Cosmopolitan (@Cosmopolitan) January 14, 2013
The Today Anchors Want to Frisk George Clooney
No further comment needed.
And What Ricky Gervais Was Wearing
He's not hosting (and not even attending) but Ricky Gervais did not want to miss out.
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