Winners of the 70th Golden Globe Awards, hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, will be revealed Sunday night. You can enhance your TV viewing experience with our digestible list of six ways to get more from tonight's Golden Globes online.
The red carpet events begin at 6 p.m. ET. And the televised show starts at 8 on NBC.
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Among the presenters this year are George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Kristen Wiig, Will Ferrell, Nathan Fillion, Jennifer Garner, Jennifer Lopez and Debra Messing.
1. Follow and Interact With Celebrities on Twitter
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Twitter created a special Golden Globes page, where you'll find star live tweeters. And to encourage people at home to participate, @GoldenGlobes has been seeking questions:
Keep those #askGlobes questions coming! Specify to which winner you're asking your questions and we'll tweet out the responses tonight!
— Golden Globe Awards (@goldenglobes) January 13, 2013
Actor In A Television Series (Drama)
Clockwise from bottom left: Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad); Jon Hamm (Mad Men); Steve Buscemi (Boardwalk Empire); Jeff Daniels (The Newsroom); Damian Lewis (Homeland)
For a full list of nominees, click here.
Photos via Getty Images Entertainment
2. Get a 360-Degree View of the Red Carpet Outfits
E!'s GlamCam 360 will give you a 360-degree view of the fashion rolling down the red carpet, while a Detail Cam and Mani-Cam will showcase close-ups of the accessories and nails.
And E!'s Heat Gauge tells you which red carpet stars are attracting the most Twitter buzz.
3. See the Sights and Stars on Instagram
4. Vote, Buy Movie Tickets, Purchase Stuff Via Zeebox
You'll be seeing promotions before and during the Golden Globes broadcast for Zeebox, a second-screen expereince. NBC will be touting Zeebox to encourage you to check out custom zeetags for trivia, movie video previews and IMDB talent profiles; Fandango zeetags for ticket sales; and iTunes zeetags for nominated songs.
Using the Zeebox app, you can also vote on your favorite red carpet fashions, view photos and read facts about the celebrity attendees.
5. Golden Globes Takes Over 'Celebs on Facebook'
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association took over the Celebs on Facebook page on Sunday to give behind-the-scenes content to the page's 4.6 million followers.
6. Go Behind-The-Scenes on YouTube
The Golden Globes YouTube channel offers behind-the-scenes footage of the hosts and celebrities as well as glimpses of what it takes to put on the ceremony.
Images courtesy NBCUniversal, E!, Instagram and Zeebox
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