The Golden Globes Were Full Of ‘Glee’

Robbie Daw | January 18, 2010 8:44 am

The music of Glee clearly resonated with viewers—or at least the members of the Hollywood Foreign Press. Ryan Murphy’s weekly hour-long slice of musical teen angst won the Golden Globe last night for Best Television Series—Comedy Or Musical. “We haven’t even finished our first season,” cast member Lea Michelle said in a post-win E! interview. “We just got picked up for our second, and to have this is just amazing.”

Meanwhile, so much for any illusion that that actors playing the teens are actually high school age—twenty-seven-year-old Cory Monteith (Finn) posted a pic to Twitter last night (see it below the jump) of the cast at their table, and it seems like there was plenty of booze being had.

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Underage Chris Colfer, who’s 19, looks like a deer in headlights. Conveniently, there’s a bouquet of flowers blocking our view of his glass—but surely he was just drinking water.

Other music winners from last night’s Golden Globes ceremony included Michael Giacchino, for Best Original Score—Motion Picture for Up, and Ryan Bingham and T Bone Burnett, who won in the Best Original Song—Motion Picture category for “The Weary Kind” from Crazy Heart.

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