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THE ORIGINAL BLONDE BOMBSHELL
Only five months before she died of an overdose, Marilyn Monroe was on top of the world, winning the Golden Globe for female world film favorite at the 1962 ceremony, which she attended with Mexican screenwriter-director José Bolaños.
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Nominated this year for Grey Gardens, was only 7 when she donned a party dress for the 1983 ceremony, where E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial won best motion picture drama.
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In 1977, fans go wild for first-time nominee Farrah Fawcett, who was up for her role on the sexy drama Charlie’s Angels. In her lifetime, Fawcett would be nominated five more times for a Golden Globe.
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The Rat Pack’s fringe members – Shirley MacLaine and Tony Curtis – share a friendly smooch at the 1958 ceremony. They had a lot to celebrate: Curtis took home the male world film favorite award.
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Louella Parsons – the original Hollywood gossip columnist! – steals a moment with television’s golden couple, I Love Lucy’s Desi Arnez and Lucille Ball, in 1958 – the first year the ceremony recognized TV.
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The Moonlighting star holds her first-ever Golden Globe in one hand and opens the slit of her high-cut velvet gown with the other at the 1986 ceremony. The following year, Shepherd would win the best actress award again for the comedy-drama, which helped launch Bruce Willis’s career.
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There’s no raining on her parade! Barbra Streisand takes home the best actress award at the 1969 ceremony for her first movie, Funny Girl, an adaptation of her hit Broadway musical. Weeks later, she would win the Best Actress Oscar for the film.
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NEED A LIFT?
Bodybuilder-turned-actor Arnold Schwarzenegger has no trouble lifting sex symbol Raquel Welch at the 1977 Globes. That year the future California governor was named most promising newcomer for his role in the movie Stay Hungry.
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Notoriously on-again, off-again couple Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson were decidedly on in 1989, arriving hand-in-hand. Griffith – a onetime Miss Golden Globe – won a best actress trophy that year for Working Girl. Seventeen years later, their daughter Dakota would also be on the Globes stage, as Miss Golden Globe 2006.
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