- Awards shows generate a special kind of divisiveness. For a huge portion of the TV-watching public, they’re events worthy of parties, live tweets and endless recaps.
- — Jessica Rose (@NotMyTypewriter)Mon, Jan 13 2014 14:52:32Saw Saving Mr. Banks yesterday. An excellent reminder that the stories we make up are often the stories of our own lives. #GoldenGlobes
- The celebrities are entertainment in and of themselves during awards show season.
- — Ballpark Frank (@Chazballpark)Mon, Jan 13 2014 06:57:10Can't wait to hear what outrageous, candid shit Jennifer Lawrence said at The Golden Globes when I log into Facebook in the morning.
- — Courtney Blunt (@CourtneyBlunt)Mon, Jan 13 2014 04:55:43
- And as usual, fashion is as much a focus of the evening as the movies, shows and people.
- — Maggie Hobbs (@magster100)Mon, Jan 13 2014 13:28:11
- Yet others are militantly indifferent to an awards season that dominates entertainment news for roughly the first quarter of each year.
- — Amanda Elsing (@amandaelsing)Mon, Jan 13 2014 04:56:40Most people are talking about the Golden Globes tonight. I'm all about Sherlock and the new Game of Thrones trailer. What a night!
‘So Boring’: Twin Cities Residents Loathe, Applaud Golden Globes
The awards show may not be for everyone, but it certainly had people talking.
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