Glee stars party after Globes wins


Glee star Chris Colfer picked up a Golden Globe for best supporting actor

The stars of Glee have celebrated their Golden Globes success with a raucous night of partying.

The cast of the hit musical show – which bagged the trophy for television’s best comedy or musical for the second year in a row, and a supporting actor gong for Chris Colfer – took to the dancefloor at the Warner Bros post-awards bash.

“Chris winning this year was like us winning last year. It was a shock. We all cried,” said castmate Kevin McHale, who plays Artie Abrams.

The stars of Facebook film The Social Network also toasted their success after winning prizes for best drama, best direction, best script and best score.

Cast member Armie Hammer, a Golden Globes first-timer, said he had enjoyed schmoozing with top actors and directors.

“It levels the playing field. It’s like, there’s Darren Aronofsky, and I say, ‘I love your work!’ And he’s like, ‘I love the Social Network!'” he added.

Meanwhile at the The Weinstein Company’s party, best actor winner Colin Firth settled into an outdoor booth with his wife Livia and his co-star in The King’s Speech, Guy Pearce.

Colin accepted compliments, but joked “I don’t have many accomplishments” when asked how his win ranked against other pinnacles in his life.

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