The 2012 Golden Globes were a major attraction Sunday night as Hollywood's top talent flooding to Beverly Hills to celebrate some of this year's most extraordinary works. As the bubbly flowed, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association honored revered actors like Michelle Willams, George Clooney, Claire Danes, Meryl Streep, Jean Dujardin, Madonna and Kate Winslet.
What could be a greater fete? The after-parties, of course. After-parties conjured up a suave 1920s vibe, alluding to the Old Hollywood glorified in one of Sunday night's biggest winners, The Artist. Celebrities had their choice of a slew of parties around the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Miranda Kerr, Cameron Diaz, Lindsay Lohan and Jane Fonda were all in attendance for Sunday's post-celebrations.
It's felt very, very mellow tonight, but in a good way, American Horror Story star Connie Britton told The Associated Press just before midnight at Warner Bros./InStyle magazine bash at the hotel's Oasis courtyard. Britton's co-star, Jessica Lang, took home the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Series. Jessica's win felt communal. I came here to support the show. I didn't feel pressure about winning or losing, said Britton.
The AP noted that Sofia Vergara was in great spirits, sashaying around the dance floor with her son and friends, as the DJ spun 80s tunes. The 39-year-old stunner partied in a tent with red and blue twinkling lights and fragmented mirrors adorning the sides. That's the good thing about L.A., that you can finish early. I'm going to go soon. I'm old, said Vergara, with a mock frown, at 10:45 p.m.
Miranda Kerr added a bit more glamour to the room dressed in blue glittering Dolce & Gabbana dress with roses.
At NBC-Universal's rooftop party, singer Janelle Monae rocked the house with her eight-piece band. Guests ate sushi, roast beef and grilled salmon. Across the hotel, The Weinstein Company's annual party was held in a gigantic tent at the lot adjacent to Bar 210, which was formerly Trader Vic's, sponsored by CÎROC Ultra Premium Vodka. Weinstein partied with wife Georgina Chapman, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Lindsay Lohan. They ate oysters and shrimp and drank Moet champagne.
Lohan opted for a Prada dress and shoes, Chopard and Roseark jewels, a Hermes bangle, and an Yves Saint Laurent clutch. She did her own make-up but got her hair styled at Andy Lecompte Salon, according to Just Jared.
Cameron Diaz attended Weinstein's party showing off a shorter new hairdo and wearing a sking-tight royal blue dress. Rumor has it that the actress left the party with Sean Diddy Combs. The two had previously been spotted canoodaling at CAA's pre-Golden Globes party at the Soho House Friday night.
Check out the photos from Sunday night's after-parties.