Behind the glitz and glamour of Entertainment Tonight's annual Golden Globe Awards coverage is a small army of 120 ET staffers working hard to make the magic come alive. Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of how we make it all happen!
From the stars' first stop on the red-carpet platform with Mary Hart and Mark Steines to Nancy O'Dell on the red carpet and toasting at the Moet station, plus Cojo making his fashion statements, a well-oiled machine of ET producers, directors and support staffers armed with 10 cameras make it look easy, and they're all led by Entertainment Tonight Executive Producer Linda Bell Blue and Co-Executive Producer Heidi Clements.
"The momentum starts building as the stars start to arrive at 3:30," says Mary. "From that point on it gets really crazed."
"It is a three-ring circus," says Heidi. "Because you also only have three minutes to interview each celebrity."
"It's a long, long day for everybody," explains Linda, "but the next day it's a great feeling when it's one of our best shows of the year and we know that now the Golden Globes are behind us."
Watch ET Weekend for even more behind-the-scenes action at the Golden Globes!