The stars did what they were supposed to do last night, Jan. 13, at the Golden Globes in Beverly Hills: They sparkled bright—literally, for some of them.
Jodie Foster is not ready to walk out into the sunset, thank you very much. After delivering a powerful, news-making speech at the Golden Globes in Beverly Hills on Sunday Jan. 13 — in which the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award winner acknowledged that she's gay and seemed to hint at retirement — Foster, 50, clarified her statements to reporters in the Green Room at the Beverly Hilton.
Call it the opposite of surprised face. Taylor Swift was not the winner at Sunday night's Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills — where fellow music superstar Adele picked up the award for Best Original Song for "Skyfall," the James Bond blockbuster of the same name. Swift, 22, was up for the award for "Safe and Sound," her track from The Hunger Games.
Supportive exes! Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck were reunited at the 2013 Golden Globes Sunday, Jan. 13. The former couple, who were dubbed "Bennifer" while they were dating and briefly engaged from 2002-2004, both attended the show and it didn't turn into an awkward reunion. When Affleck took the stage to accept his award for Best Director for Argo, an insider tells Us Weekly that Lopez was "beaming" and "paid close attention to the stage."
Robert Pattinson didn't have a date at the Golden Globes show, but he did have one for the after-party! Better late than never, girlfriend Kristen Stewart joined the actor at Soho House in West Hollywood Sunday, Jan. 13 for co-hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's late-night bash sponsored by Baileys.