They're no ordinary band. GRAMMY winners Adam Clayton, Bono, The Edge, and Larry Mullen Jr. of U2 take home Best Original Song honors for "Ordinary Love" from Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom at the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 12 in Beverly Hills, Calif. Originals Songs, Boys Band, Adam Clayton, Globes 2014, Annual Golden, Globes Awards, Golden Globes, 71St Annual, Long Walks
Golden Globes: Julianne Moore wins Best Actress, Motion Picture Drama
Onstage, Moore thanked filmmakers Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland for making a movie about a middle-aged woman and for allowing her to be a happy person, which her mother always defined as “someone who had work and love.” Moore then thanked her family for giving her that love.
Golden Globes: Michael Keaton wins Best Actor, Motion Picture Comedy
Keaton then took the time to reflect on his working-class Pennsylvania upbringing, where his father constantly worked two jobs and his mother raised him and his six siblings. (He also dropped his birth name: Michael John Douglas.) Keaton then thanked his friends “all over the world,” choking up before he mentioned his very best friend: his son, Sean.
The Edge, Bono, Larry Mullen, Jr. and Adam Clayton of U2
Golden Globes: George Clooney calls Tina, Amy 'best hosts of the show'
“I’m sorry they’re not going to [host] again,” he said backstage at the Golden Globes. “They’re really, truly funny.”
Golden Globes: Amy Adams wins Best Actress, Motion Picture Comedy
Amy Adams won her first Golden Globe in 2014 for her role in American Hustle—and returned to the stage once again Sunday evening, this time to accept the Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy award for her role in Tim Burton’s Big Eyes.