While overt competition is usually camouflaged during awards season, ET's Nancy O'Dell may have started a Tinseltown rivalry on the Golden Globes red carpet.
While Richard Gere enthralled Nancy and Rob Marciano in a story of how he and Nancy became pals, ET's gal in blue was called over to interview Denzel Washington. As a joke, Gere followed Nancy in feigned rage, confronting the Flight star over what just happened.
"I'm talking to this lady and she says 'Oh no, I gotta go over to Denzel now,'" Gere told Washington. "I was in mid-telling of a story ... Thanks a lot, man."
After laughing off the incident, Washington was proud to introduce his daughter Olivia, a budding actress who was walking the Golden Globe carpet for the first time.
President and CEO of CBS Corp. Leslie Moonves also had plenty to be proud of as Homeland took home three statuettes, including Best TV Drama.
"We got a lot of nominations at Showtime and CBS and CBS Films broke through this year, so we're looking forward to it," said Moonves. "Everybody loves Homeland and hopefully Claire [Danes] and Damian [Lewis] also win tonight." Danes and Lewis both won awards for Best Actress and Actor in a TV Drama.
Nancy O'Dell's personal favorite moment of the night involved her assistant and heartthrob Bradley Cooper. Watch the video to find out which lady Bradley could be linked to next.