"Glee" had a gleeful morning after learning it was the TV series that was awarded the most (five) Golden Globe nominations. ET was on the set of the hit FOX series to talk to Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison, Lea Michele and Chris Colfer, who all received acting nominations.
Matthew, who was nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series -- Comedy or Musical, says he hasn't actually made a single phone call. "I got calls from everyone in the world, but I was asleep. I thought the announcements were 8 o'clock, but that was 8 o'clock Eastern," he says. Then he adds, "I went out and took a nice long run to soak in this day."
Matthew will be working all day, so no celebration for him tonight, but Jane Lynch, who got the nod for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series -- Comedy or Musical, says she will be celebrating by taking her family out for a nice dinner. "I certainly don't expect it. I was thrilled and I jumped up and down and couldn't wait to get here to tell you."
It was a first Golden Globe nomination for Lea, who tells ET, "I am incredibly surprised and shocked, but I am thankful. This is amazing. Winning last year [for Best Television Series -- Comedy or Musica] , we were this new show. To get nominated again the second year is just awesome."
And Chris, who is up for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture made for Television, admits he completely didn't expect it.
"To prove how much I was not expecting this, I slept last night. Had I been expecting it, I wouldn't have slept. I would have been up all night wide-awake and miserable," he says. Instead, he got a surprise wakeup call this morning. "It was very early, so I thought something had gone wrong. They told me and all I could say was, 'Shut up. Shut up.' Then I had to make sure I wasn't still sleeping."
The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards airs on January 16 on NBC.