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Mon, 14 Jan 2013 06:30:00 GMT | By Emma Jones
The Best and Worst of the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards

Best example of nepotism rules



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  • Worst moment to make an upskirt joke (© Lucy Nicholson, Reuters)
  • Best example of nepotism rules (© Robyn beck, AFP/Getty Images)
  • Best at being simply the best (© Lucy Nicholson, Reuters)
  • Best disgruntled director to stick it to the Academy (© Kevin Winter, Getty Images)
  • Best dreamed a dream come true for Anne Hathaway (© Kevork Djansezian, Getty Images)
  • Worst metaphor for his craft (© Kevin Winter, Getty Images)
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Okay, okay, so we don't want to throw too much shade on Lena Dunham, because Girls has its moments; but when she's up against veteran comic greats like Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, does she really deserve the award for Best Actress in a Television Series, Comedy or Musical? She's privileged, naked far too often and convinced she has something important to say as "the voice of a generation." Hey, here's a voice, Jesse Tyler Ferguson's, who tweeted: "Congrats @lenadunham on your #GoldenGlobes award. I'm glad the shrine made in your honor was not in vain."

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