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How 'Bout the Globes on Them 'Dreamgirls'?

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Overheard at the Golden Globe Awards:

"'Everyone's drinking,' said Weeds star and supporting-actor nominee Justin Kirk. 'You sit at a table and they feed you and drink you.'" -- AP

"Cameron Diaz was probably the worst dressed at the entire awards show." -- Worst Dressed List at HollyScoop

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"I love gay. I wanted to be gay," said Grey's Anatomy's Isaiah Washington on the red carpet. "Please let me be gay." -- AP.

"Washington took the microphone from [show creator Shonda] Rhimes and said: 'I did not call [outed "Grey's" co-star] T.R. [Knight] a faggot.'" -- Out in Hollywood.

"I swear I have my papers, governor, I swear," Mexican director [of "Babel"] Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu joked in heavily accented English after being announced winner by the crutches-wielding Gov. Schwarzenegger. -- L.A. Times.

"Thank you to every American who has not sued me so far." -- Sacha Baron Cohen, via "Winning Quotes at Golden Globes."

"Dreamgirls" snagged 3 awards, Scorcese won best director, and Baron Cohen got the nod (over Johnny Depp) for best role in a comedy as Borat. "Ugly Betty" scored best TV comedy.

Full results at The Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

Kudos to The Daily News' new Red Carpet blog for keeping up with (if not besting) L.A. Times The Envelope's coverage.

more at The Hollywood Reporter.

AP photo by Kevork Djansezian