The 71st Annual Golden Globes are underway, and the show already has its first winners.
Jennifer Lawrence won her second Globe, earning Best Supporting Actress honors for "American Hustle."
The reliably quotable Lawrence delivered a quick but memorable speech, giving filmmaker David O. Russell – who also directed her in last year's Oscar and Globe-winning comedic drama, "Silver Linings Playbook" – the bulk of credit. Lawrence recalled enjoying "I Heart Huckabees" so much when first seeing it, she "Googled who made it." Lawrence also recognized her fellow nominees, in a typically candid -- and maybe too honest -- fashion: "I did watch all of the movies this year ... Not all of them but you know what I mean."
The night's second prize went to an emotional Jacqueline Bisset (Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie) who struggled to gather herself a couple times, admitted she was "shaking," and eventually had to fight the cut-off music in accepting her award for "Dancing on the Edge."
Other winners thus far include "Breaking Bad" (for Best TV Series, Drama, as well as Bryan Cranston for Best Actor in a TV Series, Drama), "Behind the Candelabra" (Best TV Movie or Mini-Series), Elizabeth Moss (Best Actress in a Mini-Series or TV Movie for "Top of the Lake") and "All Is Lost" (Best Original Score, Motion Picture).
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