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Bird-Flipping, Baby Bumps and Bisset: Golden Globes 2014 By the Numbers

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Bird-Flipping, Baby Bumps and Bisset: Golden Globes 2014 By the Numbers

Jennifer Lawrence accepts a Golden Globe for her supporting role in 'American Hustle' (Photo: AP/NBC)

The winners are in, the attendees have had their fill of champagne (at the ceremony, at least), and memories have been made. See this year's Golden Globe Awards by the numbers.

[Related: Golden Globes Complete Winners List]

3: Number of Globe awards won by "American Hustle," the most awarded title of the 71st annual show. The awards were so evenly distributed this year that "Hustle" won by a nose. "Dallas Buyers Club," "Breaking Bad," "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," and "Behind the Candelabra," had two wins each.

Dozens: Number of hair curlers worn by Globe nominee Bradley Cooper in "American Hustle." (He lost to Jared Leto in the Supporting Actor, Motion Picture category.)

1: Number of times 2014 Globe winner Jennifer Lawrence dropped her bracelet on the Globes red carpet.

Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde in green Gucci, proudly showing off her baby bump (Photo: Getty Images)

4: The number of baby bumps we spotted (Drew Barrymore, Olivia Wilde, Kerry Washington, and Elsa Pataky — "Fast & Furious" actress and wife of Chris Hemsworth).

28: Meryl Streep didn't win this time — but she still holds the all-time Globes wins record, with eight trophies. Streep also holds the record for total nominations, earning 28 dating back to 1978's "Deer Hunter." ­

2: Number of times Elisabeth Moss flipped the bird to E!'s "mani-cam."

14: Number of women who wore red on the red carpet, the most popular dress color of the night.

1: Number of trophies awarded to the seven-time nominated "12 Years a Slave."

2: Jacqueline Bisset, winner in the Best Supporting Actress, Television Movie or Mini-Series category and also the unofficial victor for Weirdest Acceptance Speech.

7: Number of times Bono has been nominated for a Golden Globe, arguably making him the most-nominated rock star ever. Incidentally, his band, U2, won this year for Best Original Song for "Ordinary Day," featured in "Mandela: The Long Walk to Freedom."

0: Number of film actor winners who also won for television performances. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Idris Elba earned two nominations each this year. In fact, in spite of their increased chances for a Globe, none of these three double-nominees won in any category.

2: Number of times a person who served as inspiration for a nominated film appeared onstage: Philomena Lee for "Philomena" (played on film by Judi Dench), and Niki Lauda for "Rush" (played by Daniel Brühl).

Golden Globes 2014 Moment — Julia Louis-Dreyfus Snubs Her TV Roots: