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Arts and Entertainment

Sex, Lies and Awards Shows: Andie MacDowell's Daughter Named Miss Golden Globes

Photo of Rainey Qualley, second from right, via Shutterstock
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The honor of handing out trophies to quivering, exuberant actors at the 2012 Golden Globes has been given to Andie MacDowell's 21-year-old daughter, Rainey Qualley.

Qualley, who is also an actress, was named Miss Golden Globe at a party last night in West Hollywood. She's already getting down with the art of the perfectly benign quote to the press, saying in a statement: "I am honored to be selected as the 2012 Miss Golden Globe. It's very exciting to be a part of an awards show like the Golden Globes so early on in my career."

Qualley stars opposite her mother in the upcoming movie "Mighty Fine" about a dysfunctional family that moves to New Orleans.

The awards ceremony is scheduled for January 15.