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I am a senior staff writer at THG and a big fan of Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and Robert Pattinson. I believe Kim Kardashian is bad for society, but great for attention, and that The Real Housewives should all be banned from existence.

They make us laugh each Wednesday night on Modern Family, and they made us drool on the red carpet yesterday evening.

Indeed, among the many stars in attendance at the 2012 Golden Globes, few enjoyed a better time than Sofia Vergara and Julie Bowen, both of whom were nominated for trophies; looked gorgeous; and took their rightful spot on stage when their series won Best Comedy.

Posted in: Celebrity Fashion

Salma Hayek and Madonna both gave new meaning to the term "Golden Globes" last night, donning outfits that accentuated their impressive bosoms.

First, Hayek appeared on stage to present an award alongside Antonio Banderas. We have no idea what it was for. Our attention was elsewhere.

Posted in: Madonna

The two most dramatic men at the Golden Globe Awards last night are squaring off below.

George Clooney took home the trophy for Best Actor in a Movie Drama at the ceremony, for his role in The Descendants, while Kelsey Grammer's win over Bryan Cranston, Damian Lewis and others in the category of Best Actor in a TV Drama was one of the night's biggest upsets.

Posted in: Golden Globe Awards

Kelsey Grammer will soon be a father again.

People Magazine reports that the actor and wife Kayte Walsh are expecting twins, as the 32-year old is in her second trimester. It will be her first set of children and Grammer's fifth and sixth. He is already the father to son Jude, 7, and daughter Mason, 10, with Camille Grammer; daughter Greer, 19, with Barrie Buckner; and daughter Spencer, 28, with Doreen Alderman.

Posted in: Kayte Walsh

Stephen Colbert does not want to disturb you, but the leading candidate for the Republication Presidential nomination might be a serial killer.

The Comedy Central host, who is actually running in the upcoming South Carolina Primary, makes this startling accusation in a new ad from his Super PAC, one in which narrator John Lithgow follows Mitt Romney's own line of reasoning to its logical conclusion.

Posted in: Stephen Colbert

For the first time since his firing and the subsequent charges of child sex abuse against ex-defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky, Joe Paterno has spoken out.

Telling Sally Jenkins of The Washington Post that he's "shocked and saddened" by what has become of his former football program, the iconic coach admitted he "didn't know which way to go" after he was informed Sandusky had been caught engaging in appropriate behavior with a child in the shower.

Posted in: Sports