From the cast of "Glee" to James Franco, the Who's Who of Hollywood were on hand for Sunday's 68th Annual Golden Globes and our Mary Hart and Mark Steines went one-on-one with all of Tinseltown's A-listers on the glam red carpet!
It was a number of celebs first time to attend the star-studded ceremony, including "'Black Swan''s Mila Kunis, who called the event, "easy and fun," and "Big Bang Theory"'s Kaley Cuoco, who was sporting high heels for the first time since breaking her leg.
"Four months later in heels again," she tells Mary proudly. "This is my first Golden Globes," she says. "I'm thrilled. It's like I've won already. It's my first one and they say you don't forget your first."
It was also the first time for Spider-Man Andrew Garfield, who was at the ceremony for 'The Social Network' and said it made him nervous to be walking the carpet sans his co-stars. "I feel really uncomfortable," he told Mary. "I'm looking for Jesse's (Eisenberg) hand but it's not there."
Also nervous was "Glee"'s Lea Michele. "I'm nervous, I'm shaking!" But this was old hat to her castmate Jane Lynch. "I've done this a few times," she said. "This is like dessert. Tasty and wonderful and a reason to celebrate."
Meanwhile, Mary had the A-listers use the handy Magic 8 Ball to help predict the future, which provided a number of fun moments.
Mary asked the 8 Ball if 'Burlesque' star Julianne Hough will be wedding beau Ryan Seacrest any time soon. "The outlook is good!" Julianne read.
Zac Efron, who just buzzed cut his popular 'do, played along and asked, "Will I grow my hair back?" After shaking, it read, "Very doubtful."
The red carpet also had some unexpected moments, like when ET brought Sean "Diddy" Combs and Colin Firth together and when Oscar hosts James Franco and Anne Hathaway revealed Academy Awards secrets.
"Anne has a ton of great ideas, but I'm just going with the flow," James admits.
"You don't give yourself enough credit," she tells James. "You have such a great take on it and your energy is so open I think we'll have fun."
Meanwhilie, "The Big Bang Theory"'s Jim Parsons also chatted it up with Alec Baldwin, who shook the Magic 8 Ball and predicted that someone whose name rhymes with "Tim Marsons" would take home a trophy tonight.
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